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Counseling and Resource Room

Caring and Attending to Your Needs


We are here to stay with you,

Supporting you to go through the challenging time in your life.


Welcome you to stop by at any time!

We are located at B1 of the Gymnasium.

Tel: (02)2908-9899 ext. 4320~4325


            Email: counsel@mail.mcut.edu.tw        


Director & Case Manager:

Shu-fen Huang

Ext 4321


陳芳儀 老師

Counselor for International Students and College of Environment Resources:

Ya-Chen Yu

Ext 4322


陳怡君 老師

Counselor for College of Engineering:

Ching- Hsi Chiu

Ext 4320


Counselor for College of Management and Design:

Joy Lin

Ext 4323


Resource Room- Counseling Service for Students and Disabilities:

Su Nan

Ext 4343


Resource Room- Counseling Service for Students and Disabilities:

Yi- Jing You

Ext 4343


Resource Room- Counseling Service for Students and Disabilities:

Cho Hui

Ext 4343


Career Counselor:

Chi-Yeh Liu 

Ext 4344


Career Counselor:

Chun-Yen Lin

Ext 4344


Intern Counselor:

Nelson Fang

Ext 4324

Intern Counselor:

Julie Chang

Ext 4325




Counseling Services

The Student Counseling Section provides individual counseling, group counseling, psychological tests, and consultation which support you to go through the challenges in your life and help you develop positive coping skills to overcome difficulties.

For appointments: 02-2908-9899 ext. 4325


Counseling Services for Departments, Programs, and Classes

The Counseling Section counselors offer in class seminars and sessions to best fit the needs of each department, program, or class to provide mental health information and to improve the well-being of students, staff, and faculty members.

Welcome you to arrange counseling services for your department or program


Mental Health Education Week

The Counseling Section is dedicated to organize a series of activities which include a variety of mental health topics, information, and education. Please come to join us for fun activities, such as movies, board games, workshops, seminars, speeches, or competitions.


Books, Magazines, DVDs, and CDs for Borrowing

In the Counseling Section, we have lots of books, magazines, DVDs, and CDs relating to Psychology, Counseling, Education, or materials that are fun and popular for students to check out. Please stop by and take a glance at any time.


Words for New Comers

Culture Shock

You may expect some degrees of disorientation in Taiwan. The disorientation is called the Culture Shock. Experiencing culture shock is normal when you are already in Taiwan for a perid of time. Once you start to find ways to coping with shock challengesm such as learning learning Mandarin or making Taiwanese friends.


Adapting to a New Culture

It is normal to feel difficult, frustrated, awkward, stressful, confused, or helpless…

It can be exciting, fun, and challenging at the same time

It is a big CHANGE!

Be prepared and accept it

You have to learn a lot of things from scratching, understanding the culture

Most importantly: Stop Making Assumptions    

There is no better way of doing things, it is just a different way

Adapting to a new culture requires a new level of open mindedness

Learn to work with the culture, not against it!


Ways to Diminish Feelings of Culture Shock

 "Plunge" into your host culture and wrestle with the differences.

 Keep an open mind

 Athletic activities: team sports or taking walks

Get to know others at your host school or organization

 Do not isolate yourself

 Keep a journal

 Find a local person with whom you can discuss your frustrations and encounters.

 Learn as much as you can about your host culture.

 Maintain a support structure with others, ex. MISA particularly those going through the same experience. However, do not retreat into a “clique” to avoid the discomfort of culture shock.

See more at: http://exchanges.state.gov/non-us/adjusting-new-culture#sthash.yL9CrM5A.dpuf


You Are Not Alone!

Life changes can cause stress.

Most of the time, people adjust to such changes within a few months.

 But if you continue to feel down or self-destructive, anxious or depressed, have difficulty with sleeping, eating, or even have thoughts of suicide.

Your normal daily routines may feel overwhelming, or you may make reckless decisions.


Resource Room

Resource Room- Counseling Service for Students with Disabilities

Resource room assists students with disabilities in creating a barrier-free school environment for them. Resource room also provides individualized care and supports to help students overcome obstacles in their daily living.

The Resource Room is also located in the Student Counseling Section at B1 of the Gymnasium.


Services for Guidance Teachers

Education and Skill building Sessions for Guidance Teachers

By facilitating educational and skill-building sessions, counselors assist teachers in learning and practicing guidance principals to support students and foster the development of students using coping skills and a positive sense of well-being. The goals of this year include learning“Mindfulness-Based”and“Career-Building”techniques.



Volunteering in the Counseling Section

A group of enthusiastic and warm-hearted volunteers assist the services in the Counseling Section. They receive professional training, learn from serving people, and also grow from volunteering experience. If you also have a big heart to give, welcome to join our warm-hearted Counseling Volunteering Team.


Report for Sexual Harassment

What is Sexual Harassment? https://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/publications/fs-sex.cfm

Sexual harassment can occur in a variety of circumstances, including but not limited to the following:

The victim as well as the harasser may be a woman or a man. The victim does not have to be of the opposite sex.

The harasser can be the victim's supervisor, an agent of the employer, a supervisor in another area, a co-worker, or a non-employee.

The victim does not have to be the person harassed but could be anyone affected by the offensive conduct.

Unlawful sexual harassment may occur without economic injury to or discharge of the victim.

The harasser's conduct must be unwelcome.


Who do You Report?

Campus: Office of Students Affairs

Workplace: HR, or local Labor Affairs Department

Public place: Police office, or local Department of Social Welfare


Appeal Contact for Students

Division of Student Affairs (on the 2nd floor of the gym)

Gender Equity Education Committee

Personnel Office (on the 2nd floor of the 1st Education Building): To promote positive attitudes toward gender equality, eliminate gender discrimination and create a gender-equal educational environment.

If you need to talk to someone— Student Counseling Section (on the B1 of the gym)

Sexual Harassment Appeal Hotline02-29038713

Email: judy@mail.mcut.edu.tw


Student Grievance

You can file complaints to the Student Complaint Committee if the disciplinary sanctions regarding your right to education are illegal or inappropriate and infringe on your personal rights and interests.

Student Complaint Committee is located at the Student Counseling Section

Student Grievance Hotline: 02-2908-5175

Email: counsel@mail.mcut.edu.tw



Contact Us

Office Hours

Hours: Tuesday and Wednesday from 8 AM to 8:30 PM.

Monday、Thursday and Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM

Location: B1 of the Gymnasium

Tel: (02)2908-9899 ext. 4320~4325


Email: counsel@mail.mcut.edu.tw