Counseling Center

Introduction

Counseling Center is situated on the 4th floor of Hui-Sun Auditorium. It consists of a team of warm-hearted teachers and enthusiastic volunteer workers, who keep their heads down and dedicated themselves to the services and assistance to help guide countless students. The counseling center also plants the NCHU into its core value, following the ''N''ature, offering ''C''oncern, providing ''H''ospitality, and listening the ''U''nload from people, to alive the school,National Chung Hsing University.

1. Psychological counseling
When in a bad mood, faced with bottlenecks in life and emotional frustrations, students are welcome to visit Counseling Center. In this cozy and comfortable environment where kind hearted counselors will listen to you and offer their experience and suggestions, students can open up their mind and cope with challenges in life.

2. Psychological tests and assessments
Counseling Center provides a variety of psychological tests and assessments covering emotions, personalities, interests and psychological health. Students are welcome to register, make reservations, sit for the tests and then discuss the results with counselors.

3. Class support
Any class with 20 students and more  who would like to request for support can apply for class support. Counselors will lead the discussions of topics with which students can explore and develop their own thoughts. The exercise will not only enable students to better understand themselves but also enjoy deeper interactions with classmates through discussions and sharing.

4. Training of volunteer workers
These volunteer workers are a group of people who love life, willing to grow and care about others. Counseling Center provides a get-together venue for volunteer workers so that they can receive training in helping others and psychological health, as well as participate in the activities and events organized by Counseling Center in growth and development.

5. Resource classrooms
Counseling Center provides assistance in psychological development and daily life issues for disabled students, as well as support in schoolwork, career development and applications for relevant benefits.

6. Career & job-search support
Counseling Center provides relevant tests regarding career development, recruiters’ information, recruitment magazines, annual career fairs, seminars on career planning and overseas studies, to help students to understand the trends on the job markets before graduation. The purpose is to enable students to project the appropriate attitudes, send out applications effectively, and to know how to present themselves in speech and etiquette during interviews.

7. Development groups
One development group normally has of 8-12 people. Counselors would lead the discussions of specific topics (such as self-exploration, inter-personal relationship development, and gender relationship) one a week and a few weeks in a row. Participants will gain a deep understanding of themselves from various topics and share their thoughts with others. Development groups promise to be a warm-heartening and unique experience.

8.Location
The Counseling Center is located on the fourth floor of Hui-Sun Auditorium, the first building on the left from the main gate.

9.Hours
The Counseling Center is open between 8:10 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Evening service is available, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, only in the academic semesters.
If you have never been seen at the Counseling Center before, your first visit will be with the triage counselor. The triage counselor will discuss your concern and decide on a treatment plan together with you. Any subsequent visits are scheduled by appointment.
If you have already been seen at the Counseling Center during this academic year, you can simply phone in for an appointment with the same counselor.
The Counseling Center is open for appointments between 8:20 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The last scheduled appointment is at 4:00 p.m.

10.Cost
The services are free of charge for now.

11.Confidentiality
Only campus counselors and the Counseling Center providers have access to treatment information. No information, including the fact that a student has been seen in the Counseling Center, can be released to others, including parents, unless the student provides signed consent.
No notation about visits to the Counseling Center will be made in the student’s academic record. In the case of administrative or disciplinary referrals, the student will be asked to sign consent for the referring administrator to be contacted.

12.Other services and Classes
Other services cover issues in the promotions of gender equality and appropriate approaches to deal with gender equality. It is also involved in the class supervisor system by providing assistance in activities between supervisors and students and relevant funding issues throughout NCHU.

13.Staffs and Affairs

  • Director
    Name:Pai, EHui-Chuan
    Education:
    Affairs:Integrated Management of Center Affairs
  • Officer
    Name:Chien, Yu-Chuan
    Education:Feng Chia University Department of Business Administration
    Affairs:1.Properties Management  2.Tutor Affairs
  • Full-time psychologist
    Name:Li, You-Syuan
    Education:M.A. in Psychology, National ChengChi University
    Affairs:1.Psychological Counseling 2.Gender Equality
  • Full-time  psychologist
    Name:Liu, Hsiao-lan
    Education:M.A. in education psychology and counseling, National Taipei University of Education
    Affairs:1.Psychological Counseling  2.Project-Appointed
  • Full-time  psychologist
    Name:Tang, Pi-kuo
    Education:M.A. in Guidance & Counseling, National Changhua University of Education
    Affairs:1.Psychological Counseling 2.Freshman General Survey  3.Intern Affairs
  • Full-time  psychologist
    Name:Tsai, Pei-Shan
    Education:M.A. in Guidance & Counseling, National Changhua University of Education, PhD. program in Guidance & Counseling National ChiNan University
    Affairs:1.Psychological Counseling 2.Volunteer Affairs
  • Full-time  psychologist
    Name:Tsai, Yi -Cheng
    Education:M.A. in Counseling and Applied Psychology, National Taichung University of Education
    Affairs:1.Psychological Counseling 2.Class and Grade Counseling
  • Resource Classroom Teacher
    Name:Lin, Yu-Ju
    Education:B.A. in Youth and Child Welfare , Chia Nan University of Pharmacy & Science
    Affairs:Mental & Physical Disability Service
  • Resource Classroom Teacher
    Name:Lin, Wan-Lien
    Education:B.A. in Special Education, National Taichung University of Education
    Affairs:Mental & Physical Disability Service
  • Dispatching Staffer
    Name:Wang, Ying-Yuan
    Education:
    Affairs:1.Register 2.General Affairs
  • Part-time Psychologist
    Name:Jiang, Shinn-Nan
    Education:M.A. in Behavioral Medicine, college of Medicine, National Cheng-Kung University
    Affairs:Psychological Counseling
  • Part-time Psychologist
    Name:Hu, Chen-Jung
    Education:M.A. in Guidance & Counseling, National Changhua University of Education
    Affairs:Psychological Counseling
  • Part-time Psychologist
    Name:Hung Lee
    Education:M.A. in Counseling Psychology, concentrated on Expressive Arts Therapy, California Institute of Integral Studies
    Affairs:Psychological Counseling
  • Part-time Psychologist
    Name:Chang, Tzu-Fen
    Education:M.A. in Psychology, National Taiwan University
    Affairs:Psychological Counseling
  • Part-time Psychologist
    Name:Chang, Hsiao-Pei
    Education:M.A. in Guidance and Counseling, National Chi Nan University, PhD. program in Guidance and Counseling, National Chi Nan University
    Affairs:Psychological Counseling
  • Part-time Psychologist
    Name:Kuan, Yung-Hsing
    Education:M.A. in Psychology, National ChengChi University
    Affairs:Psychological Counseling
  • Part-time Psychologist
    Name:Liao, Jiunn-Jye
    Education:M.A. in Psychology, Fairleigh Dickinson University in U.S.A
    Affairs:Psychological Counseling
  • Part-time Psychologist
    Name:Li, Jun-Liang
    Education:PhD. in Guidance & Counseling, National Changhua University of Education
    Affairs:Psychological Counseling
  • Intern Psychologist
    Name:Liu, Wan-Jou
    Education:M.A. program in Educational psychology and Counseling, National HsinChu University of Education
    Affairs:Psychological Counseling
  • Intern Psychologist
    Name:Hsu, Chiu-Fang
    Education:M.A. program in Educational psychology and Counseling, National HsinChu University of Education
    Affairs:Psychological Counseling

Professor
Dr. Sheng-Jung Ou

Dean, Office of Student Affairs
Tel: +886-4-22840223
Fax: +886-4-22874839
E-mail: sjou@dragon.nchu.edu.tw

❖ Contact Division/Center

Ms. Hsiu-Fen Lin

Senior Executive Officer, Dean Office
Tel: +886-4-22840222
Email: nchuosa@dragon.nchu.edu.tw

Mr. Wen-Jye Tan

Military training instructor, Office of Military Education
Tel: +886-4-22870050
Email: military@dragon.nchu.edu.tw

Ms. Chin-Ling Li

Specialist Clerk, Division of Student Life
Tel: +886-4-22840663
Email: living@dragon.nchu.edu.tw

Ms. Shu-Mei Huang

Officer, Division of Extracurricular Activities
Tel: +886-4-22840227
Email: actnam@dragon.nchu.edu.tw

Mr. Chien-Chou Chen

Officer, Career Development Center
Tel: +886-4-22840237
Email: grwork@dragon.nchu.edu.tw

Ms. Chia-Ying Tseng

Officer, Division of Overseas Chinese Students affairs
Tel: +886-4-22840693
Email: overseas@dragon.nchu.edu.tw

Mr. Chun-Kuei Yang

Specialist Clerk, Division of Student Housing Service
Tel: +886-4-22840552
Email: dormitory@dragon.nchu.edu.tw

Ms. Ya-Ling Chang

Officer, Health and Counseling Center
Tel: +886-4-22840241
Email: counsel@dragon.nchu.edu.tw