Information in English

Thank you for your heartwarming support
Since 11th March 2011, we Japanese have had to confront an unprecedented crisis for the nation caused by the catastrophic earthquake, tsunami and radioactive contamination from the nuclear power plant accident.
Even in the depth of our tragedy, we have been strongly encouraged from a lot of friends from foreign countries. Especially, we sincerely appreciate very much the prompt heartwarming messages from Prof. Sheila Eyberg and PCIT-international. They also sent us very useful information regarding crisis responses for children and the families in disasters, part of these were translated by PCIT-Japan into Japanese and already been disseminated at important points.
PCIT-Japan is now planning a project centering on PCIT for the disaster victimized children and parents, foster parents and other caregivers. We would appreciate your continued assistance in this difficult period.

PCIT-Japan President  Toshiko Kamo


Board menbers


President:
Toshiko Kamo M.D., Ph.D. /Wakamatsu-cho Mental and Skin Clinic
Former professor in Institute of Women’s Health, Tokyo Women’s Medical University
presodemt@pcit-japan.com


Board members:
Hiromi Ogata Psychologist / Saitama City Mental Health Center
Mari Kasahara M.D. / Komagino Hospital
Ikuko Kato M. D. Ph.D./ Department of Pediatrics, Tokyo Women’s Medical University
Yuki Sunohara Ph.D / Professor in Department of Human Studies, Musashino University
Yuka Fukumaru Ph.D. / Professor in Department of child studies, ShiraumeGakuen University
Tami Yanagita Ph. D. / Assistant Professor in Department of Human Studies, Taisho University
Fumie Ito Ph.D./Institute of Women’s Health, Tokyo Women’s Medical University


Auditors:
Yuri Ujiie M.D., Ph.D. / Institute of Women’s Health, Tokyo Women’s Medical University
KayanoKodaira M.D., Ph.D. / Tokyo Metropolitan Child Guidance Center&Office


Professional Advisory Board:
Yutaka Ito M.D., Ph. D. / Tokyo Metropolitan Child Guidance Center&Office
Mineko Inuzuka M.D., Ph. D. / Professor in Department of Human Studies, Taisho University
Yoshiharu Kim M.D., Ph. D. / National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry


Officemembers:
Under construction


Address

PCIT-Japan Office
in Wakamastu-cho Mental and Skin Clinic
MH Bld. 101, 9-4 Wakamatsu-Cho, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 162-0056

office@pcit-japan.com


Membership


Currently the membership of PCIT-Japan is given only the person who completed 5days PCIT Workshops, while professionals and postgraduate students who haven’t attend the workshop yet but are interested in PCIT can join to PCIT-Japan as associate members.


Where can you get PCIT treatment in Japan?


Please don't hesitate to contact to PCIT-Japan office!

PCIT International certified trainer and therapist

Master Trainer:

Toshiko Kamo Shinjuku-ku/Tokyo

Level 1 Trainer:

Fumie Ito Shinjuku-ku/Tokyo

Certified therapist:

Ikuko Kato Saitama-shi/Saitama
Tomoko Kato Hakodate-shi/Hokkaido
Tomoko Kuniyoshi . Kobe-shi/Hyogo
IKuko Narita Hakodate-shi/Hokkaido
Kayano Kodaira Shinjuku-ku/Tokyo
Nana Hosogane Minato-ku/Toky)

 

Literature citations of PCIT publications in Japan


Kamo et al: Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement ( in Japanese). Paper Presentation in the 8thcongress of Japanese society of traumatic stress studies, 2009.


Kamo et al: Preliminary trial of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for mother and child victimized by intimate partner violence in Japan, poster presentation in 9th National PCIT conference, 2009

Kamo et al: Clinical experience of Parent Child Interaction Therapy in Tokyo Women’s Medical University (in Japanese). Paper presentation in the 9thcongress of Japanese society of traumatic stress studies, 2010.

Kamo et al: Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and reconstruction of childcare in mother and child victimized by domestic violence (in Japanese). PsychiatriaetNeurologia Japonica (in Press) 2010.

Kamo et al: The preliminary evaluation of efficacy of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for Japanese mother and child victimized by domestic violence. Paper presentation in 20th IFP World Congress of Psychotherapy, 2010