Noriko Odagiri


Noriko Odagiri is a Professor of Clinical Psychology at Tokyo International University where she teaches clinical psychology within the university’s counselling course. She holds a PhD in Psychology and is a certified clinical psychologist, a certificated public psychologist, and has been as an ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) mediator for the Hague Child Abduction Convention in Japan since 2014.

She has served as a Visiting Professor at Willamette University, United States from 2011 to 2013. She participated in the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) arranged by the United States Department of State, visiting Washington DC, Florida, and Oregon for research on the legal practice of international child abduction in December 2016.

Currently, she provides therapy to divorced or separated parents who have difficulty with childcare and parent-child relationships, and counsels children experiencing parental disputes. Additionally, she provides co-parenting programs after divorce, creating an app for participants in this program, and runs a visitation centre with a lawyer in Tokyo.

Panel Presentation (2024) | Ethics and Care in Sole Custody Policy

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