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TELL Is Now Accepting Applications for Spring Phone Counselor Training

Published on December 1, 2015

Training dates: KANSAI | February 27-May 14 / TOKYO | March 12-May 21 Read more »

Do you work out?

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Healthy body, healthy mind. Read more »

Support TELL by Joining the TELL Wine Club!

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Do Something Good, Get Something Good Read more »

Connoisseurs’ Auction Helps TELL Move Closer to 24/7 Lifeline, Chat-based Services

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Thank you for all your kind support and donations! Read more »

TELL Intern Stefan Abbekerk, In His Own Words

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TELL Intern Stefan Abbekerk gives us a look to his life so far in Japan, in his own words. Read more »

TELL Welcomes Dr. Shruti Rane

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Welcome Dr. Shruti Rane. Read more »

20th Annual TELL Connoisseurs’ Auction Set for Tuesday, November 24

Published on November 13, 2015

NOVEMBER 9, 2014 – TELL, a not-for-profit organization that has provided mental health support and counseling services to Japan's international community for over 40 years, will host its 20th Annual Connoisseurs’ Auction at the ANA InterContinental Tokyo on Tuesday, November 24. Read more »

WSJ: Portrait of a Trailing Spouse: Dependent, Dejected and Learning to Give Herself Some Slack

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“The number one reason for an overseas assignment to fail is an unhappy spouse, followed by a child that is failing to adjust to the new environment. Often the spouse and the child have little say in moving to a new country.” Read more »

Taking steps against a silent scourge

Published on September 17, 2015

"Perhaps more than time or money, TELL needs voices: people willing to speak up and raise awareness for mental health... Raising awareness also means clueing people in to suicide’s warning signs and encouraging them to reach out." Read more »

Reaching out and saving lives

Published on August 25, 2015

"People are dying because they’re lonely, because they have depression, because they have financial pressures … because they have mental health problems. It’s the same everywhere.” Read more »

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