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【April 13, 2021】Regarding the University’s handling of COVID-19 infections
To all current clients and those who are considering counseling
at the Harassment Counseling Center
In order to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infections on campus, the Harassment Counseling
Center (HCC) at the University of Tokyo will implement the following changes as of April
13, 2021 until further notice:
The HCC’s Hongo Counseling Room will remain open with normal business
hours (Monday through Friday, 10am-12pm, & 1-5pm ).
Komaba and Kashiwa Counseling Rooms will be closed.
We are currently not conducting in-person, face-to-face meetings.
All of our counseling and consultation sessions are currently conducted by email,
phone and/or Zoom.
The HCC recommends that clients utilize distance counseling/consultation via Zoom
meetings. If, for any reason, clients are unable to follow this recommendation, in-person,
face-to-face sessions can be arranged. Should you need this arrangement, please indicate
as such in the "Consultation Summary" section of the Online Form.
All in-person, Zoom (online) counseling/consultation sessions are by appointment
ONLY with no exception. Please note that Face-to-face and Zoom
sessions are not available to clients who wish to remain anonymous.
For appointments and/or inquiries, please contact us via the the HCC’s Online Form.
In an effort to prevent and minimize the spread of the COVID-19, please refrain from
We will reply to emails/inquiries in the order received. We ask for your patience at
Should there be any changes in our counseling systems and/or related duties in the future,
we will update the information on this website.
Thank you for your cooperation!
To all UTokyo members
Our academic community is currently facing unprecedented challenges due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Regardless of our positions- whether we are students, faculty or staff- we are all in this together. It is our sincere hope that we remain vigilant, support one another and protect our daily lives by taking good care of ourselves.