Douglas Berger psychiatrist Tokyo is a fully bilingual American board certified psychiatrist and is the Director of the Tokyo Meguro Counseling Center. Dr. Berger received his M.D. and psychiatry training from New York Medical College, and his Ph.D. from the Department of Psychosomatic Medicine at the Tokyo University School of Medicine. He speaks native-level Japanese. Dr. Berger utilizes a variety of different approaches to psychiatry, which you can find here.
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Divorce in Japan? Following the family court leads to the same cookie-cutter outcome no matter what discussion is in the cookie machine. Answer: get out of the cookie cutter machine! How? There are many ways to negotiate using social pressure that a lawyer will never tell you.
What do you do when your estranged parents all of a sudden give a large gift to your child’s school? You can tell the school not to give out your child’s connection to the gift, but we don’t know where it will go next. Us: https://t.co/VOm63HtESZ, https://t.co/uaoP3ZdWvx
Postpartum depression: new baby stress, sleep poor, husband not available, etc. Lots of stressors to blame, but the real cause in most cases are disrupted hormones and neurotransmitters, not as easy to see as the stress. Us: https://t.co/VOm63Hc41r, https://t.co/uaoP3ZvxU7
Depressed people do many impulsive things: change jobs, go with unhealthy partners, use substances. It’s all due to illness not intent or ignorance. Us: https://t.co/VOm63Hc41r, https://t.co/uaoP3ZvxU7
When a spouse becomes mentally ill it's hard for the other spouse to accept. They want to deny or make some logic why the spouse must relate normally. It takes time to accept that their spouse has become ill because it’s hard to see something concretely wrong in a mental illness.
Covid prevention & treatments right under our noses! Vits D & C, zinc, quercetin (in place of hydroxychloroquine), macrolides like erythromycin used for acne, baby aspirin, amantadine (flu drug), BCG vaccine, and more, go look! Us: https://t.co/W6SS4mUflN, https://t.co/urVpIxQD7G
The Covid deaths/pop in Japan as of today 972/125,930,000=0.0000077. In the US 129,654/331,002,651=0.00039. The ratio of deaths to pop of Japan vs US 0.0000077/0.00039=0.0197, about 2%. Something is very strange with biology, cultural norms, or the way stats are taken or a mix.
In >200 persons at our center from all over Japan in the last 6 months, only 3 had a few weeks of rough cold symptoms, and all recovered at home on no meds (none were tested for Covid). 1 had loss of smell & taste. Incidence rate of 1.5%, death rate of 0%.
People can have acne then pick on it and have acne & a big red spot. Similarly, people can have anxiety and then get anxious and blow-up many areas of their life. Us: https://t.co/W6SS4mUflN, https://t.co/urVpIxQD7G
“My dad is a terrible person” is a common complaint. It should be “my dad is terrible to be with”. This is because these dads have mental issues out of their control. Getting away from dad is still the answer but realizing dad is not well can be eye-opening.
“No-fault depression” is when one has some unseen biologic reason for depression. These persons look back on life and conclude xyz event is the cause though the chronology of the event and start of depression don't match-up. Noting this can relieve the torment of a memory.
What course of life are you on? Clues: look at what happened to persons in your current position in life who are now 20 or 30 years older and decide if that is ok or if you want to take charge of your destiny now. Us: https://t.co/xJKjtzIjZq, https://t.co/bggAMvY10t
Corona has left many persons out of work. Go where you are needed (hospitals, nursing homes, etc), and don’t go where you aren’t needed (restaurants, airports) because the effect on these industries will not go away soon. Us: https://t.co/xJKjtzIjZq, https://t.co/bggAMvY10t
What happens when persons with mental illness don’t agree to get help? The answer is they have chosen to live with their problems and the Dr’s job is to minimize the consequences to their life, not always easy. Us: https://t.co/xJKjtzIjZq, https://t.co/bggAMvY10t
It can be quite aggravating when people you trust break their promises. The best response is to appreciate what these persons have taught you about human nature and how to avoid, parry, and foresee future back stabbings. Us: https://t.co/xJKjtzIjZq, https://t.co/bggAMvY10t