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This profile was last updated on 2/2/08  and contains information from public web pages.

Dr. Kenji Yoshida

Wrong Dr. Kenji Yoshida?

Teaching Position

Tokyo University
 
Background

Employment History

  • Seat Doctor
  • Chief of Psychology
    Hayashida Institute

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    NERV
Web References
Long Way Home
www.darkscribes.org, 2 Feb 2008 [cached]
Dr. Kenji Yoshida ran a hand through his thinning hair as he muted the sound on the small television in his office and set the remote down on his desk. He didn't need to hear the report again because he had already heard it three times and he knew what it said. More importantly he knew what it didn't say.
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Dr. Yoshida was one of the most respected psychologists in Japan and had once held the position of Chief of Psychology at the Hayashida Institute before taking a teaching position at Tokyo University. When Nakamura had been arrested, the Prime Minister himself had requested that Yoshida examine Nakamura's victims and see to their treatment.
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The Prime Minister had reluctantly confirmed for Yoshida that the whispered rumours about Nakamura were true.
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Yoshida hadn't really known Nakamura very well, but during what little contact he did have with him he found him to be a supremely arrogant man who seemed to think of himself to be above everyone else. He always acted as if he held some great knowledge that placed him in a different class than the rest of humanity. It had turned out that he indeed was in a different class. Not many people wanted to destroy all life on earth in a divine attempt to end mankind's suffering. He had been largely responsible for crafting SEELE's intricate manipulations of the government and the UN.
The police investigation had found that the now deceased doctor had been subjecting his patients from NERV to hallucinogenic drug therapy, designed to make their existing conditions worse. They suffered from hallucinations and nightmares that progressively worsened their conditions, and at least one patient had died of a heart attack when his body could no longer handle the anxiety or the cocktail of drugs Nakamura was feeding him.
When Yoshida had taken over there were still four patients at the institute who had been under Nakamura's care, if it could be called that.
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Yoshida slipped on his reading glasses and picked up the fourth patient's file again. It had been a rough five years for her. She had spent almost three years in a coma before she finally awakened and was admitted to Hayashida shortly afterward. It was thought that she had been admitted under false pretences by Nakamura himself who had seen her in the hospital when he was there on other business.
The cocktail of drugs that he had been giving her had been enough to leave her in poor physical shape all on their own, regardless of her previous condition, and she was currently in the medical wing of the institute undergoing treatment to detoxify her body. He glanced at the photos he had inserted in her file to document the condition she was in when he took over her care. She was pale and thin, her features drawn, and her eyes were ringed with dark circles due to a lack of sleep and had a sad and haunted look about them. She was physically weak and probably had been ever since she had awakened.
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Yoshida found himself taking this case personally because he was already familiar with the patient. He had first met her twenty years earlier when she was only fourteen years old.
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However, Yoshida could not and would not take any of it as truth until he could verify it for himself. He wouldn't base his treatment program solely on what a vindictive ass like Nakamura had documented. There was simply no way to trust the information until it could be verified. He wanted to have her medical files as well, but someone in the hospital's administration had a case of the jitters and was reluctant to give them up since she was a former member of NERV.
A knock on his office door brought him out of his thoughts. "Come in," he said as he closed the file and slid it aside.
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"I thought you could use a little break Kenji," Nozaki said.
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Yoshida gestured for him to have a seat in front of the desk.
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Yoshida asked. "I've been getting nowhere with the hospital administration for a week."
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"I haven't seen her yet today," Yoshida admitted.
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Yoshida shook his head sadly.
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Yoshida nodded.
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"Then I will go to the government and demand some answers," Yoshida said with conviction. "The Prime Minister asked me to look into what has happened here and he should be prepared to supply the information I need to do so and help Nakamura's victims."
"You really are taking this case personally, aren't you?"
"It may not be very professional of me, but yes, I am," Yoshida confirmed.
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Dr. Yoshida's Office:
He felt like he was fighting a losing battle and it disturbed him a great deal.
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Yoshida then went to the Prime Minister's office to seek answers and was given a lecture on how sensitive the subject of NERV was and that he should forget about any further inquiries.
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Three nights later, Dr. Kenji Yoshida found himself in an upscale, downtown bar waiting for Professor Inaba.
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"I was beginning to think I wasn't going to hear from you," Yoshida said.
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"I have a patient that's on the verge of falling off the deep end and they're worried about the spectre of a dead organization," Yoshida muttered bitterly, unable to hide the growing disappointment and helplessness he was feeling.
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"Thank you," Yoshida said with a sigh of relief.
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"If he's alive, I wonder why he hasn't come to see her in the last five years," Yoshida pondered.
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"Your information does clear up a few of the questions I had," Yoshida said.
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Yoshida asked.
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Yoshida felt his stomach tighten.
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I think they wish to help your cause Yoshida."
"Then for the sake of my patient I will take that chance. He finished his beer and went to the table Inaba had indicated.
"Have a seat Doctor Yoshida," the man told him when he walked up to their table. He was a rather distinguished looking gentleman with grey hair and a seemingly kind, yet cautious demeanour. To his right
was a tall blonde woman whose cool and appraising stare made him feel as if he were being dissected on the spot. To the man's left was a shorter, brown haired woman who's face wore a look of concern.
"You have me at a disadvantage," Yoshida began as he sat down.
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"If you have already spoken to Professor Inaba, then you know why," Yoshida countered.
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Yoshida regarded them for a moment. "Very well.
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"And he used that to blackmail the government into allowing him his freedom," Yoshida speculated.
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"I have experienced that first hand in my efforts thus far," Yoshida explained.
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Yoshida drew a deep breath and let it out slowly before beginning the story. He indeed told them everything. What he knew had happened for sure, what he had been told, what he could confirm and what he suspected. He told them what drugs Misato had been given and how they had affected her. He told them everything he could about her treatment program since he had taken over her case.
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"Physically, yes," Yoshida assured them. "Mentally, not without Shinji.
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Yoshida breathed a great sigh of relief. "Thank you.
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Dr. Yoshida is one of the best psychiatrists in the country and you're here now, which by her own admission is what Misato needs and wants."
He looked at her intently, his eyes pleading for reassurance.
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Dr. Yoshida was supposedly making his rounds of the patients on the second floor, as well as the third where patients who required medical as well as psychological care, like Misato, were cared for.
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They exited Dr. Yoshida's office and followed the long hallway back to the reception area and they knew immediately that something was wrong. People from the security staff had joined the receptionist at her desk and were preparing to search the fourth floor and had people stationed at the elevators and the door to the stairwell.
"What's going on? Ritsuko asked the receptionist who had earlier shown them to Dr. Yoshida's office.
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Fortunately they didn't have to wait long as Dr. Yoshida stepped out of the elevator only a couple of minutes later. He had a very distressed look on
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