The Harassment Counseling Center （HCC） is established under the Harassment
Prevention Policy of the University of Tokyo. The HCC is university-wide office and
does not belong to any department on campus..
The Article 10 of Rules and Regulations of the HCC articulates that all counseling
sessions are strictly confidential. Without your consent, we are obligated not to
disclose any information obtained through the sessions.
Exceptions to confidentiality exist. There are circumstances in which certain information
must be released to others. When you pose a danger to yourself or to others, we are
required to breach confidentiality in order to warn and protect someone in danger, and
to report these situations to the responsible authorities.
You can be anonymous if you wish.
※ When you consider seeking internal disciplinary or corrective actions using the
University system, we do need your name, affiliation and any other information
relevant to you.
When you request ongoing assistance, not everyone is assigned to the same
counselor. If you have any preference of your counselor, please let us know in the first
session. Requesting a particular counselor does not guarantee that he or she will be
available but at effort to secure him or her will be made by our staff.
In order to protect your and other party's privacy and safety, please do not disclose
any information regarding your counseling sessions and process on the Internet.