The Morita School offers a variety of options for people interested in learning and applying the principles of Japanese Psychology to their lives. The most cost effective and least structured way to learn is to study the resources available on our website.
For students who want more direct consultation and teaching, individualized instruction is available. The initial conversation to determine your interests and needs is free. After this I will usually propose a negotiable learning plan and fee structure. Instruction occurs through e-mail and phone contact, and typically includes experiential and multi-media learning resources designed to meet your specific needs.
James Hill, Director of the Morita School, is a licensed Occupational Therapist in the state of Illinois. He received his training at the University of North Dakota, graduating in 1989. He has worked in mental health settings since graduating, with a special focus on the treatment of depression, anxiety, and addiction. He became a certified Gestalt Therapist in 1996, and in 2009 received certification in Japanese Psychology through the ToDo Institute.