About Staff

Takashi Matsuki MD

Takashi Matsuki, M.D.

Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist

Professional Experience

  • Private Practice, located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York, NY, and Fort Lee, NJ.
  • Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY
  • Attending Psychiatrist, Mount Sinai St. Morningside and West Hospitals, Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program

Prior Experience

  • Medical Director, Attending Psychiatrist, Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital, Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program

Supervised a multi-disciplinary team of mental health professionals. Monitored and improved patient care and outcomes. Ensured quality control and compliance with state and federal regulations. Supervised and taught psychiatry residents and medical students.

  • Medical Director, Shonan Nagisa Medical Clinic, Fujisawa, Japan

Served as a primary care physician for the largest medical home care organization in Japan. Provided medical services for bed-ridden/home-bound patients. Actively involved in palliative care of terminally-ill patients. Supervised more than 90 employees.
Coordinated medical care of more than 1800 patients under our care.


  • M.D. (Doctor of Medicine): Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan

Postgraduate Training

  • Resident in Psychiatry: Mount Sinai Beth Israel New York, NY

Completed ACGME-accredited psychiatry residency training program.

  • Resident in Emergency and Primary Care Medicine: Yokosuka General Hospital, Uwamachi, Yokosuka, Japan

Completed the Japanese two-year mandatory postgraduate physician training program in primary care as required by the Japanese government for full licensure.

  • Rotating Intern: United States Naval Hospital, Yokosuka, Japan

Completed rotating internship in an actual American clinical setting. Learned outpatient and inpatient medicine and assisted as a medical liaison between United States Naval Hospital and local Japanese hospitals.

License and Certification

  • Board-Certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
  • New York State Medical License and DEA
  • New Jersey State Medical License and DEA
  • Texas State Medical License and DEA
  • Alabama State Medical License and DEA
  • Georgia State Medical License and DEA
  • Washington State Medical License and DEA
  • California State Medical License and DEA
  • Massachusetts State Medical License and DEA
  • Maryland State Medical License and DEA
  • Illinois State Medical License and DEA
  • Tennessee State Medical License and DEA
  • Kentucky State Medical License and DEA
  • Wisconsin State Medical License and DEA
  • Japanese Medical License

Professional Membership

  • American Psychiatric Association
  • New York County Medical Society
  • JAMSNET(Japanese Medical Support Network) Mental Health Network
  • The Japanese American Association of New York, Committee on Aging Issues


Megumi Omonishi, Ph.D.

Megumi Omonishi, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist *NJ Office Only

  • Kansai University in Osaka, Japan
  • Southern Arkansas University
  • Central Arkansas University – Master in Psychology
  • Georgia State University – Doctor of Psychology
  • Tennessee University Health Science Center – Internship

Dr. Megumi Omonishi Ph.D. provides teletherapy in the following states as well.
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin


Takako Suzuki, Ph.D. Psychologist

(For university students, 18 and older to the elderly: individual, couple, family therapy. Bilingual: Japanese/English)

Born in Tokyo/Chiba, Japan. Graduated from Chuo University with a degree in psychology and studied at Temple University (Philadelphia, USA) to obtain a master's and a doctorate degree in psychology. Holds licenses from New York and Pennsylvania and has been practicing for more than 30 years.

Dr. Suzuki specializes in the treatment of anxiety, phobias, obsessive-compulsive, trauma, depressive mood disorders, insomnia, intercultural adjustments, interpersonal relationships including international marriage, and age-related issues. She also emphasizes the psychological effects of physical illness and the interaction of psychological problems on the body since the mind and body are connected.

Therapeutic approach: based on cognitive-behavioral therapy. The approach of cognitive-behavioral therapy is that “What we think affects our bodies, emotions, and behaviors”, “The way we think, feel, and act is learned from the living environments and can be unlearned and relearned or changed", and “Focus on identifying and solving problems. " Utilize other psychotherapy approaches to help solve problems as needed.

Dr. Suzuki is a member of JAMSNET, the Medical and Mental Health Network. It provides support to Japanese residents in the US, and to Tohoku, Japan after the great earthquake.

Kimi Aoki LCSW

Kimi Aoki LCSW

Psychotherapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Tae Asahina CCC-SLP

Tae Asahina CCC-SLP

Speech Language Pathologist

  • University of Wisconsin Eau Claire - Master in Communication Science and Disorders
  • Columbia University in the City of New York - Bilingual Extension Program
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence, Speech-Language Pathologist (CCC-SLP)
  • PROMPT Level 1 Trained

New York, New Jersey, and California-licensed speech language pathologist with extensive work from preschools to middle schools. ASHA certified.

Hiroe Imai Hu, DO

Hiroe Imai Hu, DO

Psychiatrist *Pennsylvania Only

  • Dr. Hu is a licensed psychiatrist in the greater Washington DC area and state of California. She graduated residency from Medstar-Georgetown University Hospital and is a current Clinical Research Fellow at National Institute of Mental Health under the Experimental Therapeutics and Pathophysiology Branch. Her current research is focused on treatment-resistant depression and novel agents for the treatment of mood disorders.
  • Dr. Hu is originally from Ashiya, Hyogo.
  • She attended Brown University for undergraduate and Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine for medical school.
  • Prior to starting residency, Dr. Hu has done a number of research projects and published journal articles in Integrative Medicine, Contemplative Psychology and Cultural Psychiatry (focusing on Japanese cultural perspectives).
  • During residency, Dr. Hu has also been involved with cutting-edge research in psychopharmacology and mood disorders at the National Institute of Mental Health.
  • The breadth of scholarly accomplishments, combined with her own multicultural background, has informed her clinical philosophy today to understand and treat the patient through encompassing the biological, somatic, psychosocial, cultural, and spiritual aspects of the person.

Yukina Matsuura

Yukina Matsuura

Mental Health Counselor Limited Permit

  • Waseda University, Japan
  • Boston College, Mental Health Counseling MA
  • Completed an internship at Home for Little Wanderers TASP

New York Office

5 West 86th Street, Suite 1A
New York, NY 10024
Tel: 201-809-3508
Fax: 201-331-5975

New Jersey Office

1 Bridge Plaza North, Suite 675,
Fort Lee, NJ 07024-7586
Tel: 201-809-3508
Fax: 201-331-5975
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For Telepsychiatry Services in Texas

Takashi Matsuki MD Texas Clinic

For Telepsychiatry Services in Georgia, Alabama

Takashi Matsuki MD Georgia Clinic

For Telepsychiatry Services in Washington

Takashi Matsuki MD Washington Clinic

For Telepsychiatry Services in California

Takashi Matsuki MD California Clinic

For Telepsychiatry Services in Massachusetts

Takashi Matsuki MD Boston Clinic

For Telepsychiatry Services in Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland

Takashi Matsuki MD Washington DC Clinic

For Telepsychiatry Services in Illinois

Takashi Matsuki MD Chicago Clinic