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Counseling Division

Counseling Division privides counseling for students who have worries and troubles aobut study, future career and life, interpersonal relationship. family issue, and campus life.

Consultation from students

  • I have some troubles with my friend relationships (e.g., friends, lab members, club members).
  • I would like to talk about my family.
  • I am not motivated to study and research.
  • I can not make up my mind which future career to choose.
  • I do no know how I make a living in the suture.
  • I have troubles with solicitations.

Consultation from faculties and staffs

  • I can not reach my student.
  • I feel that student look different from usual.
  • I would like to consult with counselors about how to interact with the student whom my usual supervision does not work.

Consultation from students’ families

  • My kid does not go to university.
  • My kid repeated a year.
  • My kid seems to have some troubles in university.

Group Activities

Faculty Consultation Office

From the 2019 academic year, we have established a new consultation room exclusively for faculty and staff. A clinical psychologist will be available to help faculty members who are having trouble with student guidance or support, as well as staff members who are having trouble with counter support. Many faculty and staff members are hesitant to ask for help with this kind of issue, but please don’t keep it to yourself and contact us.


Peer Supporter

Supporters for student campus life

Senior student supporters give advises and share their experiences, and sometimes just chatter with students who have some troubles and worries about university life. They also answer for you questions through “Peer-suppost” which you can put in your questions about campus life and “Tsubuyaki” (means whisper) Notebook which you can wirite your questions. There are also “Kokoro-no-syohosen” which contains the message from suppoters and sometimes events!

Day and Time

Wednesday 12:00-16:00

Location

Student Counlseling corder, 2F, the Central Library

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