NAGAYAMA Tomoyuki

FacultyClinical Psychology
PositionLecturer
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Last Updated :2019/10/05

Researcher Profile and Settings

Association Memberships

  • Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration
  • THE ASSOCIATION OF JAPANESE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • THE JAPAN ASSOCIATION OF SANDPLAY THERAPY
  • JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT COUNSELING
  • JAPAN SOCIETY OF PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Psychology, Clinical psychology

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Quantum-mechanical analysis of an adolescent diagnosed as Autism Spectrum Disorder, NAGAYAMA,Tomoyuki, International Association of Dynamic Psychotherapy,   2017 11 03 , Self-expression of a case study diagnosed with ASD changed through clarifying the Client’s position, which was helped by the Therapist’s objectiveness. Client established independence including a self-space for maintaining the quantum-mechanical world.Questions with options suggest the microscopic world experienced by Client, which has been a state of endless choices that had to be made one after another. Two options are supposed to lead to “quantization,” i.e., things are always divided into two. It was difficult for Client to stay with the other person “here, and now” and to attract the person’s interest. Therefore, Client made the other person experience the quantum-mechanical parallel world and tried to make a confirmation through interacting with the other person. As Th decided without observation, a vector was clarified, and Client might have been able to receive a particle from Th. Thus, because of the expression of Th’s candidness, the boundary was clarified, and the position of Client was settled through an interactive mental matrix. Consequently, Client stopped asking questions and started to make decisions through his own will.


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