We are an integrative psychotherapy practice
Bringing New York Style psychology to English and Japanese speakers in Tokyo Japan! In the world-class cities of New York and now Tokyo, we bring an optimistic and high quality service to professionals, executives and everyday people who want to do better in living the lives they want.
We offer hope and relief to those seeking a better way to live life. Our methods offer evidence-based treatments that can be found across the world. In addition, these treatments are informed by an understanding learned in New York City developed over many years from different theories and methodologies.
What we can help
- = Effective Evidence Based Psychotherapy
- = Couple's/marriage therapy
- = Counseling and Life-Coaching for difficulties
- = Consultation for agencies on work-life concerns
- = Training and Supervision for clinicians
- = Neuropsychological and Testing
Dr. Tyson Furr
In his education and practice in New York City, Dr. Furr has accumulated a unique skills set from different modalities and training...
(at home, work and academics)
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“As my therapist was saying to me…” is not a refrain often heard in the restaurants and izakayas of Tokyo. But all that is about to change if Dr Tyson A Furr and his team at Herald Square Psychology have their way. Having established a successful practice in Herald Square, Manhattan, Dr Furr is bringing to the Japanese capital the open attitude to therapy that New York City is famous for... [Read More]
What happens to the development of our personality when we live in the shadow of narcissistic parent? Here are eight of the most common effects.
1. Chronic self-blame. Narcissistic parents may or may not be openly abusive, but they’re almost certainly emotionally tone deaf, too preoccupied with their own concerns to hear our pain. Because emotionally sensitive children who long for love can’t simply walk out the door and... [Read More]
ROn the eve of his big sister Liz’s high school graduation, nine-year-old Aiden sits with his parents and relatives at a celebration dinner, bored by their “adult” conversation and irritated at all the attention showered upon Liz. He can’t wait to get back to his video game! Before dinner, Mom had (annoyingly) called him away to join the family, and.... [Read More]