When the door is open, you'll see an overwhelming rush of emotionDaiji Akehashi, psychiatrist, General Manager of Psychosomatic Medicine Department in Shinsei-kai Toyama Hospital
Children who stopped communicating with others come to see me, although they are not suffering from the same disorders as Miyapu.
They are children with mutism, adolescents who have withdrawn from the society, bewildered patients, and young boys who committed crimes. If we sincerely keep knocking the door of their hearts, your feeling will reach them, and when the door is finally open, you will be astonished by the overwhelming rush of their emotion. That's what Miyapu and Kakko-chan taught me and that teaching touched my heart.
Few people know the fact that there are ways to communicate with people in comatose and each life has tremendous amount of potential.
To help disseminate the information as much as possible, I would like to truly support this Snow White project.
General Manager of Psychosomatic Medicine Department in Shinsei-kai Toyama Hospital
Profile of Daiji Akehashi
Psychiatrist, General Manager of Psychosomatic Medicine Department in Shinsei-kai Toyama Hospital
Born in Osaka in 1959.
Graduated from Medical School at Kyoto University in 1985. After practicing at National Hospital Organization Kyoto Medical Center (Department of International Medicine) and Department of Psychiatry, Nagoya University Hospital (Department of Psychiatry), assumed the current post in 1994.
Currently Dr. Akehashi is a commissioned doctor to the Child Counseling Center, a school counselor, and the Director of Children's Rights Promotion Center "Palette", an authorized NPO.
While practicing medicine, Dr. Akehashi, a fervent advocate of necessity of providing support for child-rearing, gives a lecture more than 100 times a year, and one of the series of his books titled as "Advice for happy child-rearing" sold more than 4 million copies so far.
Appears in various media including Fuji-TV" Waratte Iitomo", Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation "Joho Live Miyane-ya", NHK Education Channel "Tonari no Kosodate".
"Why you live"
"Advice for happy child-rearing 1, 2, 3"
"Advice for happy child-rearing: It's good that I knew!- Pediatrics"
"Advice for happy child-rearing: Pregnancy, childbirth, babies", etc.
（All the books above were published by Ichimannedo Publishing Inc.）