About the Center for Student Counseling

The Center for Student Counseling was established to help students achieve fulfilling lives on campus by improving the existing systems for Student Counseling, Mental Health Consultation, Career Counseling, and Disability Services.

The worries and problems that confront you on a daily basis also provide a precious opportunity for self-reflection. While you may usually be able to work through such issues with the help of your friends, seniors, supervisor or family, in daily life, it can be difficult to find the time to contemplate the worries and problems we face. Wouldn't it be great to try speaking with us at the Center for Student Counseling at such times?

The Center for Student Counseling is more than just a place to come for advice and suggestions. It is also a place where you can find the clues to solve your problems and grow up, by putting your feelings and ideas into words and sorting up them through talking with staff. Even though your consultation with us will be to solve your practical problems, it may also lead you to reflect on yourself and to view yourself in a different light.

News and Events

Archive
  • 2017.09.01
  • OSD
  • Ms. Hyunghee Lee, a clinical psychologist, arrived at Office for Student with Disabilities.
  • 2017.07.01
  • Career
  • Ms. Tomoko Ido, a career counselor, arrived at Career Counseling Section.
  • 2017.05.08
  • Center
  • Students living in dormitory who have experienced any psychological problems because of the fire accident on May 4th as well as those not living in the dorm are very welcome to the center.
  • 2017.05.01
  • Mental Health
  • Dr. Aya Yokoi, a psychiatrist, arrived at Mental Health Section.
  • 2017.04.01
  • Career
  • Ms. Rie Kurihara, a career advisor, arrived at Career Counseling Section.
  • 2017.04.01
  • Center
  • Dr. Mariko Matsumoto, a professor of Nagoya University Psychological Support & Research Center for Human Development became the director for the Center for Student Counseling.