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Shin-ichi ISHIKAWA. Ph.D.
Faculty of Psychology, Doshisha University

PROFILE

Shin-ichi ISHIKAWA Ph.D.

Biography

2001
B.A. (Human Sciences), Waseda University
2003
M.A. (Human Sciences), Waseda University
2003
Educational counselor, Tokorozawa City Board of Education
2005
Lecturer, Faculty of Education and Culture, University of Miyazaki
2008
Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology), Health Sciences University of Hokkaido
2010
Fulbright Scholar of Researcher Program (Swarthmore College)
2011
Associate Professor, Faculty of Psychology, Doshisha University
2017
Professor, Faculty of Psychology, Doshisha University

Award

2005
Award of the Japanese Association of Behavior Therapy
2006
Award of the Japanese Association of Counseling Science
2008
Award of the Japanese Association of Depression
2010
Award of the Japanese Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (coauthor) (awardee: Hiroshi Sato, PhD, Kansai University)
2011
Award of the Japanese Association of Depression (coauthor) (awardee: Rie Tanaka, University of Miyazaki)
2016
Award of the Japanese Psychological Association

Funding

2004-2005
Research fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
(gEffect of cognitive restructuring on anxiety symptoms in childrenh)
2007-2009
Research fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science gGrant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)h
(gCognitive behavioral therapy for children with anxiety disordersh)
2008-2010
PMI2 Strategic Alliances and Partnerships project, Research Co-operation,
(gAnxiety and fears across two generations of the same families in Japan and in the UKh as Co-PI with Dr. Cecilia A. Essau, Department of Psychology, Roehampton University)
2010-2013
Research fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science gGrant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)h
(gFamily cognitive behavioral therapy for children with anxiety disordersh)
2012-2014
The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation,
(gImpact of Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami on Japanese adolescentsh Co-PI with Dr. Cecilia A. Essau, Department of Psychology, Roehampton University)
2013-2017
Research fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science gGrant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)h
(gCognitive behavioral therapy for children with depression and anxiety disordersh)
2018-
Research fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science gFund for the Promotion of Joint International Researchh, up to 12 million yen. (gA Cross-cultural Comparison of Interactions between Therapists and Children within Sessions of Cognitive Behavioral Therapyh)