Noriko Takahashi, M.A.

Assistant Professor, Department of Disaster Psychiatry, Fukushima Medical University

Certified Clinical Psychologist

E-mail: noriko-t@fmu.ac.jp

http;//www.takahashinoriko.com

Fax: +81-24-547-1892

Hikariga-oka 1, Fyukushima City, Fukushima, 960-1247, Japan

 

 

Educational Background:

MA in Human-Environment studies

Graduate School of Human-Environment Studies, Kyushu University, 2002.

BA in Humanites

Department of Law, Economics and Humanities, Kagoshima University, 1999.

 

Professional Experience:

Assistant Professor, Department of Disaster Psychiatry, Fukushima Medical University, 2014 to present

Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Koshien University, 2011 to 2014

Lecturer, Department of Clinical Psychology, Kyoto Bunkyo University, 2007 to 2011

Counselor, Student Support Office, Kyoto Bunkyo University, 2005 to 2007

 

Other Academic and Professional Activities:

Board member, The Japanese Association for Humanistic Psychology, 2009 to present

 

Grants:

Takahashi, N., Doi, A. and Kaneko, S. (2012) Facilitation Study Group, Grant for Self-Organized Programs, Japanese Association for Humanistic Psychology.

Sakanaka, M., Takahashi N. and Nakaji, N. (2011) Facilitation Study Group, Grant for Self-Organized Programs, Japanese Association for Humanistic Psychology.

 

Publications: Academic paper

1. Fukuda, R., Mitani, K. and Takahashi, N. (2001) Report and Review on the “Field Practice at a Nursery School” for the Candidates of Clinical Psychologists: Their Personality Growth, Communication Skills for Making Relationship and Identity as Clinical Psychologists. Kyushu University Clinical Psychology Study Journal, 20, 103-112. (in Japanese)

2. Nojima, K., Yoshioka, K., Takahashi, N. and Mitani, K. (2002) Structured Encounter Group Facilitator Training Trials based on the “Multiple Co-Facilitators System”, Kyushu University Psychology Study Journal, 3, 21-28. (in Japanese)

3. Takahashi, N. (2003) Characteristic of Withdrawal Client’s Self-idealization Evaluation and the Change in Counseling, Kyushu University Psychology Study Journal, 4, 127-133. (in Japanese)

4. Takahashi, N. (2005) “Clinging to the Ideal Self” and Changes of the Client in the Therapy Sessions: A Study on the Male Client with Depression, Kyushu University Clinical Psychology Study Journal, 24, 57-61. (in Japanese)

5. Takahashi, N. (2006) Structured Encounter Groups in the Telephone Counseling Training, Kyoto Bunkyo University Counseling Center Journal, 8, 107-112. (in Japanese)

6. Takahashi, N. (2008) Review on the Recent Trends in the Studies on Student Counseling. Student Counseling, 28 (3), 238-245. (in Japanese)

7. Sakanaka, M. and Takahashi, N. (2009) Revision of the “Encounter Group Session Questionnaire”, Fukuoka University of Education Journal, 58, 107-112. (in Japanese)

8. Takahashi, N. and Nozaki, T. (2009) Roles and Problems of the Facilitators for Parents in the Parent-Children Groups for Children with Mild Developmental Disorder, Kyoto Bunkyo University Counseling Center Journal, 10, 79-83 (in Japanese)

9. Takahashi, N. (2009) Trends in the Studies on Ideal Self in Clinical Psychology, Journal of Kyoto Bunkyo University Human Studies Institute, 9, 79-85. (in Japanese)

10. Sudo, H., Ohtani, S. and Takahashi, N. (2010) The Significance of Psychological Field Practices and Assessments for the Students of the Department of Clinical Psychology, Research Report of the Department of Clinical Psychology, (2), 121-131. (in Japanese)

11. Takahashi, N. (2010) Groups as “Means”, Journal of Kyoto Bunkyo University Human Studies Institute, 10. (in Japanese)

12. Ohtani, S. and Takahashi, N. (2010) Expressions of “Prayers” in Osore-zan Mountain: From the Viewpoint of the Sand Play Therapy, Study on Clinical Psychology: Kyoto Bunkyo University Counseling Center Journal, 11, 85-91. (in Japanese)

13. Takahashi, N. (2012) Collaboration for the Setting-up of Group Work Activities at a University, Bulletin of Koshien University, 39, 29-34. (in Japanese)

14. Nishihara, M. and Takahashi, N. (2012) Relationship between Trends of Friendship of Female Undergraduate Students and Text Messaging, Bulletin of Koshien University, 39, 51-58. (in Japanese)

15. Takahashi, N. (2014) Current Status and Problems of School Health in Fukushima, Journal of the Japanese Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, 12(1), 28-33. (in Japanese)

 

Presentations at International Conferences:

1. Takahashi, N. (2004) The study of the relationship between reflection and introspection based on the quality of ideal self-International, ?  Congress of Psychology. (Poster presentation)

2. Takahashi, N. (2008) Functions of the Psycho-Retreat, the 8th International Conference for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy, ?  (Poster presentation)

3. Takahashi, N. (2010) The Relationship between “Experience to be Supported” and “Experience to Seek for Support” of University Transfer Students, the 9th International Conference for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling, Rome, Italy. (Poster presentation)

 

Publications: Books

1. Yoshioka, K. and Takahashi, N. (Eds.) (2010) Exploration on Friendship of Undergraduate Students: Tips for Making Friends. Kyoto: Nakanishiya (in Japanese).

2. Takahashi, N. and Yoshioka, K. (Eds.) (2011) Introduction to Clinical Psychology Fields: Scenes and Experiences Half-step Forward from Beginners. Kyoto: Nakanishiya. (in Japanese)

3. Takahashi, N., Nojima, K. (Eds.) (2012) Training Psychologists to be Group Facilitators: Systems to Learn Facilitation and the Process to Making the Best Use of Facilitation. Osaka: Sogensha. (in Japanese)

4. Takahashi, N. (2012) “Group Facilitation” and “Qualitative Study”, The Japanese Association for Humanistic Psychology (Ed.) Handbook on Humanistic Psychology, Osaka: Sogensha. (in Japanese)

5. Takahashi, N. (2012) Thinking Through Moving: Making up of the “Field” with the Participants, Nojima, K., Yoshioka, K and Motoyama, T. (Eds.) Frontiers of the Clinical Psychology: Growth through Various Practices of Young Clinical Psychologists, Osaka: Sogensha. (in Japanese)