The Coordination Section is a one-stop first point of contact for those seeking counseling, including students, faculty and staff members, and other concerned parties (parents, etc.). It is responsible for coordinating connections to appropriate support on and off campus.
(1) Coordination on and off campus
The Coordination Section coordinates with all campus help desks, off-campus support facilities, parents, and other resources to allow students and faculty and staff members to receive seamless support. We also offer consultation services to parents and other concerned parties who are struggling with how to find ways to helping the student.
(2) Early response
The Coordination Section holds numerous activities including Incoming Student Interviews for new students in May, Startup Information Sessions for students having trouble earning credits (including students returning to school after taking time off) in September and March. Additionally, it approaches students who have consistently been absent from a specific class.
We act early in coordination with workplace supervisors, occupational health doctors, and off-campus support facilities to allow faculty and staff members to be connected to the support they need.
(3) Crisis response
We respond in coordination with the concerned on-campus departments in the event of an incident, accident, or suicide. We are responsible for coordinating a Post-Incident Response Team.
(4) Psychoeducational activities
We provide preventive and developmental support for students and faculty and staff members through classes, workshops, group activities, and distribute custom-made self-care resources (including information on self-care skills for promoting mental and physical health)
(5) Recommendations for campus-wide student and faculty and staff members support systems
We analyze various data in an effort to assess the needs of
students and faculty and staff members. We also offer
recommendations for creating necessary support systems in
coordination with other departments of the Campus Life and
Health Support Center.
*We cannot answer questions about a given student or faculty and staff member’s use of the Campus Life and Health Support Center without their permission (except in emergencies). We appreciate your understanding.
(1) Office hours: Monday through Friday (closed on holidays) 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(2) Make a reservation: We offer personal counseling sessions.
We will be able to better assist you if you make a reservation
in advance over the phone or by email.
Center for Health Sciences and Counseling.
Big Sand 2nd Floor, Ito Campus
744 Motooka, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka 819-0395
Academic conference participation, presentation reports,
and presentations during lectures
Research results related to medical services are reported at each academic conference. The main academic conferences we participate in are:
The Kyushu Area University Health Conference (presented the merit award at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Kyushu Area University Health Conference),
The Japan University Health Association Meeting
【Past Presentation Highlights】
1. Haruhi Kaku, Yusaku Omodaka, Toru Maruyama
On startup information session initiatives for low-credit students held in collaboration with the educational institution and their effects, the 57th Annual Meeting of the Japan University Health Association, October 9, 2018.
2. Yusaku Omodaka, Haruhi Kaku, Toru Maruyama
On initiatives of the department handling coordination at Kyushu University and its significance, the Japan University Health Association Meeting, October 3, 2018.
3. Initiatives and challenges in coordination services, the 48th Annual Meeting of the Kyushu Area University Health Conference, August 30, 2018.
4. Haruhi Kaku, Yusaku Omodaka, Toru Maruyama
On startup information session initiatives for low-credit students held in collaboration with the educational institution and their significance, the 49th Annual Meeting of the Kyushu Area University Health Conference, August 22, 2019.
(1) Create an early intervention and support system
(2) Propose and develop a preventive educational program based on learning and school attendance data
(3) Create a prediction model to enable early intervention
Below is an overview of the programs and group activities provided by the Coordination Section.
■Startup Information Sessions These sessions are an opportunity for low-credit students to get basic information about course registration and how to take classes that fit their mental and physical condition at the beginning of a new semester. Startup Information Sessions are held on the Ito Campus twice each year (March and September).
Questions? Coordination Section: 092-802-5881