As the tasks handled by the university faculty and its staff become increasingly sophisticated and diversified, a variety of burdens are placing the staff under greater stress, affecting their mental health. In this lecture session, Professor Yoshihiko Morotomi of Psychology at Meiji University, who is also Executive Director of the Japanese Association of Counseling Science, will speak about the mental health of the university faculty and its staff. He has been actively involved in this field for many years and is a graduate of our own university. We look forward to your active participation in this session.
Date and time: Tue. January 19, 2016 15:00–16:30
Place: Room 116, Laboratory of Advanced Research D
Speaker: Professor Yoshihiko Morotomi (School of Arts and Letters, Meiji University)
Chairperson: Professor Masashi Sugie (Counseling Service, Health Center, University of Tsukuba)
Host: Doctoral Program in Human Care Science: http://www.hcs.tsukuba.ac.jp/
Cohost: Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences
Mental Health Lecture Session