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うつの患者さんを診察してみよう

Examining a patient with depression
あなたは問診票を確認しながらうつ病患者を診察しています。
患者さんがどんな気持ちか、いつからその症状が生じているか等、丁寧に聞いていきましょう。
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I'd like to consult with a doctor concerning my depression.
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I'd like to consult with a doctor concerning my depression.

Thank you for coming. My name is Tuyu and I'm your counselor. You can feel free to speak anything you would like. Whatever you say here, it's a confidential, so it is not going to disclose anywhere. If you feel not right talking with me, please let me or our staff know. We will refer you to another counselor right away. If you are ready, please feel tell me anything about your feeling.

自然な表現

Thank you for coming. My name is Tuyu and I'm your counselor. You can feel free to speak about anything you would like. Whatever you say here, it's _ confidential, so it is not going to be disclosed anywhere. If you feel not right talking with me, please let me or our staff know. We will refer you to another counselor right away. If you are ready, please feel to tell me anything about your feelings.

1. Speak ABOUT something.
2. No article needed without a noun.
3. BE + PAST PARTICIPLE required after GOING TO.
4. TO + INFINITIVE.
5. Plural required.
Thank you very much. I haven't been feeling like myself these past of couple weeks. I am ashamed to say I have suicidal thoughts. What can I do?

Thank you very much for telling me this. It is not a shame to have such feelings. Let's find out together. I would like you to tell me more specific. In what situation do you feel that you are not yourself? For example , in the morning, at the office, or in the train ... and so on. Do you have any thoughts about this?

自然な表現

Thank you very much for telling me this. There's no shame in having such feelings. Let's find out together. I would like you to tell me more specifically. In what situation do you feel that you are not yourself? For example, in the morning, at the office, or on the train, and so on. Do you have any thoughts about this?

1. SHAME here is the uncountable noun (not the countable noun used in the expression IT'S A SHAME), so you need THERE IS NO before it.
2. We often say shame IN -ING verb something.
3. Adverb required.
4. No space before a comma.
5. We use the preposition ON for TRAIN.
6. Just use a comma before AND SO ON.
These thoughts =mostly come when I am alone at night. When I am with colleagues and friends , and family I feel fine.

I see. You become this kind of thoughts at night when you are alone. Are there any causes of that come to mind for you? Is there any difference between you are with somebody and alone? If you have, what is it? The difference is physically or mentally?

自然な表現

I see. You have these kind of thoughts at night when you are alone. Are there any causes of that which come to mind for you? Is there any difference between when you are with somebody and alone? If there is, what is it? Is the difference _ physical or mental?

1. HAVE with THOUGHTS.
2. THESE with plural noun.
3. The relative pronoun WHICH is needed here to refer the thoughts again.
4. WHEN required here to refer to the TIME when it happens.
5. The question was IS THERE, not DO YOU.
6, 8. You need a question word at the start of the sentence.
7. We use ‘the’ when there is only one of something or when we are referring to a particular thing. (E.g. “I looked at the Moon. I used the Internet. The report was difficult to read on the small screen.”)
9, 10. Adjective required to describe the noun DIFFERENCE.
I dont have any explanation of why this happens to me at night and when I am alone. Are there any pills that I can take?

I see. I'm a counselor, so I have no authorization to give you a prescription. If you need I introduce a psychiatrist.

自然な表現

I see. I'm a counselor, so I have no authorization to give you a prescription. If necessary I can introduce you to a psychiatrist.

1. You can use the adjective NECESSARY to here to refer to the need for something.
2. Use CAN to refer to possibility.
3, 4. Introduce SOMEONE TO someone.
That will be great if you can introduce a psychiatrist. Do you have any recommendations that you can give me?

Yes. There is Dr. Ken at ABC hospital and his is a very good doctor. I can write you a letter of reference for Dr. Ken. Do you want me to write it?

自然な表現

Yes. There is Dr. Ken at ABC Hospital and his is a very good doctor. I can write you a letter of reference for him. Would you like me to do that?

1. Capital letter for part of the hospital name.
2. You can use the pronoun to avoid repeating the name.
3. WOULD YOU is more polite and speculative.
4. You can use DO THAT to avoid repeating the same words again.
  • disorder(不調)
  • lifestyle (生活習慣)
  • lifestyle-related diseases(生活習慣病)
  • diseases (病気)
  • depressed (落ち込んだ)
  • the feeling of hopelessness(絶望感)
  • address an issue(問題解決に取り組む)
  • mental issues associated with(〜に伴う精神問題)
  • the feeling of helplessness(無気力感)
  • What are you worrying about?(何か心配事はありますか?)

こんな方にオススメ

  • 日常
  • 中級
  • その他
  • シーンリクエスト
  • 病院
  • 診察