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The Student Counseling Room was established to give all students the opportunity to consult with a counselor on various issues that may arise during the course of their studies at Keio University.
Rather than struggling with problems alone, students are encouraged to visit the Counseling Room and obtain professional assistance.
Every consultation is kept confidential.
Notice to users of the Keio Student Counseling Room（Updated Jan. 6th）
In the current situation of the COVID-19, the Student Counseling Room is open for Phone Counseling. (Depending on the content or given situation, we may be able to switch to web counseling.)
Consultations are in principle by appointment only. Appointments can be made by phone or directly in person during the opening hours of the Student Counseling Room on each campus.
We will be able to provide our service with only a limited number of staffs. Please be aware. If you have any questions in English, please give us a call at Mita Student Counseling Room.
*There are more days available for phone counseling in Japanese. For more information, please check our Japanese website.
The future is still unpredictable with regard to the COVID-19 situation. Many of you may have spent New Year holidays with a sense of anxiety that remains unresolved in the restricted and unfettered lifestyle.
Stress and doubts that could normally be resolved through casual conversations with friends may pile up during the current situation of self isolation. The pain of family and other people not understanding the difficulties of university life that you are experiencing. Feeling loneliness while stuck at home for long periods. These types of stress are common difficulties for everyone this year.
The Student Counseling Room is established to give all students the opportunity to chat with a counselor on various issues that form a part of student life. When you feel stressed, frustrated or distressed, or just want to put your thoughts and feelings into perspective, we encourage you to give us a call at the Student Counseling Room.
In addition, the Student Counseling Room also hosts group activities using ZOOM (on an irregular basis). The group activities are designed for students to get ideas for stress management and maintaining your mental health. These group activities will be held in Japanese but all students are welcome to participate.
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The Counseling Room provides advice regarding:
To Obtain Assistance from a Counselor:
Visit the Counseling Room. In principle, consultations must be reserved in advance. However, every effort is made to accommodate students whenever they visit the office.Students can bring along friends or relatives to a consultation (the content of the consultation must be in regard to the student).
A counseling session is about 30 minutes and available free of charges to all students. If required, the counselor can refer students to other institutions inside and outside university for follow-up assistance.
Location and Opening hours:
Location: B1 F, South School Bldg.
Location: 1F, 4th Bldg., Independent Wing (Dokuritsukan)
Locatio:n: Room 101, 1F 26th Bldg.
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Location: 1F Bldg. No. 2
*Students are allowed to use the student counseling rooms on any campus.
*In case of an emergency or if the situation is urgent, please go to the student service at the nearest campus or try contacting the English speaking counselor by phone.
The Student Counseling Room frequently hosts workshops to assist students with self-discovery and self-expression. These activities also provide a venue for students to expand their social network. These workshops will be held in Japanese but all students are welcome to participate.