Telephone Consultation Service

No Matter What, Don't Hesitate to Call / Telephone Consultation Service: University Edition
Consultations by e-mail and in person available as well

A new type of counseling service was started by the Student Support Center in June 2009 for students who require counseling but find it difficult to visit the Health Service Center or Student Guidance Room. Counseling is currently being performed to high acclaim.

All of the staff members are reliable and kind advisors with wide-ranging life experiences.

This service is aimed not just at people who face serious problems that they are not sure how to handle, such as anxieties over school work and research, human relationship problems (research related, family, friends, lovers), worries over repeating school years and future options, harassment, etc.; it also provides positive advice for people who are having trouble managing everyday life, who lack confidence, who are suffering from depression, who have trouble socializing with other people, who are anxious whether they have made the correct decision in studying science and technology, or who are overburdened with the expectations of their parents.

Taking time to discuss such problems without pressure helps calm anxieties and provides people with the strength to confront the issues they face. It is not necessary for students or parents to suffer this alone. Feel free to call us and discuss the problem with a sympathetic listener. (Naturally, all calls will be dealt with confidentially, and consultations under pseudonyms are possible.)

Contact:

Tel. No.
03-5734-2134 (Extension: 2134)
Available Hours
10:00 to 17:00 (Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays)
E-mail Address
denwa.soudan@jim.titech.ac.jp
(Contact us by e-mail for consultations outside available hours and to make reservations.)

Staff

Fumio Arisaka, Advisor
Wednesdays and Thursdays
Anything and everything related to human relationships, research, personality problems, daily life problems, etc.
He is a veteran teacher who taught at Tokyo Institute of Technology. He came back in two years, and is bubbling over with opportunities to communicate with students. Think about the state of mind when studying at a university for science and engineering, human relationships and daily life problems together.
Osamu Sakurai, Advisor
Mondays and Fridays
Anything and everything related to school work, future options, research, human relationships,  etc.
He is a veteran advisor who graduated from the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Having chosen a career involving Materals Socience and Engineering himself, he became cordial and listened to your trobles and puzzlement with fresh sense. He can provide conversations to put his experience up to now.

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