Mental health and counseling

A counselor can advise you from a psychological point of view and a doctor from a psychiatric point of view on matters such as anxiety, relationships, and other mental health and wellbeing issues regarding your school life and/or work place. Consultations are strictly confidential. Please feel free to talk to us about anything.


All faculty, staff members and students (updated 2/8/2021)
For the time being, the counseling and mental health care will be offered in accordance with the university's policy for dealing with COVID-19. If you wish to make a new appointment, contact us in advance during our office's opening hours. Those with scheduled appointment, please contact/come to the Health Support Center at specified time. Counseling is currently available for 30 minutes per session. There may be changes in the future depending on the situation which we apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding for the preventive measures taken against the spread of COVID-19.

(Updated 05/19/2020)
Message for Students: Coping with Stress, Fear, and Anxiety - How to Manage Your Mental Health
(Updated 07/20/2020)
Message for Students(Part Two):Mentally Adapting to the New Environment as We Approach Summer


Opening Hours

Monday - Friday (except holidays and New Year's) 8:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.

Appointments may be made by phone or at the reception desk.

Schedules may vary. Please call us before coming to the Center.

Contact numbers:

Ookayama Health Support Center


Suzukakedai Health Support Center