+ Thank you to those who attended the luncheon!
Have a look at our article to find out what was discussed!
We are pleased to invite you to our November luncheon with Mr. Hitoshi Tamai (Clinical Director, Tokyo Mentalhealth Counseling Center; Director, Tamai Psychological Laboratory), who will deliver a speech titled “Free from Impressions, Persistent Emotions: An Encounter with Yourself”.
In Spring 2021, the SCCIJ decided to make a donation in order to raise awareness for mental health issues. One of the two causes chosen is Tokyo Mental Health Square, a Japanese NPO providing counseling and mental support by phone, online, chat, SNS, and face-to-face. Mr. Tamai supports the NPO as a counselor.
In life, we encounter many things, some we can change, others we have to accept as changing them is beyond our power. Everyone has their own ways of thinking and believing, and are often unable to free themselves from their own mind and attitude. Knowing and taking good care of oneself is a crucial step towards self-acceptance. In his speech, Mr. Tamai will introduce clues on how one can be aware of one’s own way of thinking and feeling and on how to proceed to make meaningful changes in one’s life.
|Date & Time:||
Monday, November 15, 2021; 12:00-14:00
Grand Hyatt Tokyo, Room “Tarragon”, 3F (MAP)
|COVID-19 Sanitary measures:||
In accordance with the Tokyo government’s current COVID-19 directives for large social gatherings, participants are kindly requested to present 1 of the following proofs of COVID-19 vaccination upon arrival at the SCCIJ registration desk:
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Biography of the Speaker:
Mr. Hitoshi Tamai is a Certified Clinical Psychologist. Having graduated from the University College London, he started working with patients with family problems before focusing his research on the study of human impulses and to the recovery from past damage experiences. Recently, he also expanded his reach to industrial mental health. In 2016, Mr. Tamai shared his expertise to the wider public by authoring a manga called「マンガでやさしくわかる認知行動療法」 (“Understand Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Easily via Manga”). Aside from research, he enjoys kendo when time and environment allow.