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Since 1973, Tokyo English Life Line (TELL) has provided a free daily telephone counseling service to the English-speaking community in Japan. Now, it is offering free training for volunteer telephone counselors for 2003. Anyone over the age of twenty-one years and fluent in English may apply. Over the course of 60 hours, volunteers are taught how to engage their callers and listen actively.

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