Mika Nitta, M.A. ,Psy.D.
I was born and raised in Japan and lived there until I came to Massachusetts for graduate schools.
I have been working in this field since I obtained a master degree in psychology at Boston University in 1996. I have experiences working in inpatient units at a psychiatric hospital, a partial hospital, community health clinics, and school settings for various age groups. I also have worked in research areas, doing research in brains. I studied clinical psychology more extensively at Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP), which is now called James William College (JWC), where I obtained a Doctorate of Psychology, Psy. D in 2012. My dissertation was about a psychoanalytic theory that originated in a Japanese concept, focusing on the importance of cultural differences in human psychology.
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