Neuropsychiatric care

Primary neuropsychiatric care (appointment required)

A neuropsychiatrist will perform medical examinations for symptoms including psychosomatic disorders arising from such conditions as insomnia, anxiety, depression, or stress.

In recent years, society has transformed significantly, and the environment that surrounds us, including the structure of society and relationships among people, has changed substantially. Among the new students, there will be those who will be living on their own for the first time. Adapting to the changes in your living and educational environment as well as the problems that may arise from relationships with others will cause various types of stress. When things get tough, please consult a doctor instead of carrying around your worries by yourself.

If necessary, you may be referred to a specialist after the examination. But first, please do not hesitate to consult us.

Conditions that are treated

Autonomic dysfunctions (psychosomatic illnesses), peptic ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, palpitations, dizziness, hyperventilation syndrome, eating disorders (anorexia, binge eating), postmenopausal syndrome, premenstrual tension, fever of unknown origin, minor mental disorders, adjustment disorders, depressive state, sleep disorders, schizophrenia, anxiety disorders (obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, etc.), adult developmental disorders

*If you wish to consult us about the results of your stress check or mental health check, please inform us when you make an appointment. The details of your consultation will not be reported externally without your consent.

Counselling for students: please visit the Student Counseling Room

*For physical disorders, consultations are also given at the Health Center on each campus.