We have specialized and experienced counselors from different corners of the globe in the following:


  • Marriage & Family Relations Counseling

Meet our Counselor

You can consult our counselors on the phone, via email or face to face. We consider the impact of modern society upon the family as it relates to courtship, size of family, member relationships, economic problems, family systems, communications in intimate relationships and marital stability, etc. We compare alternative life styles, marriage, and family relations throughout the life span. We also examine family development across generations to better advisory services.

  • Child & Adolescent Counseling
  • Social Problems and Deviance
  • Personality and Social Development
  • Alcohol & Drug Counseling
  • Social & Crisis Counseling
  • Trauma, Anxiety and Depression treatment.



After consultation (whether online or face-to-face with our counselor), our clients go through specific processes that will help them to better know and understand themselves and the world of work in order to make career, educational, and life decisions.

NCCAC has a comprehensive and developmental program designed to assist individuals in making and implementing informed educational and occupational choices.  NCCAC career guidance and counseling program develop an individual's competencies in self-knowledge, educational and occupational exploration, and career planning.

The focus of our career counseling and advisory services is generally on issues such as career exploration, career change, personal career development and other career related issues.

              Special focus for students and graduates

 Considering individual differences, we also help students and graduates to make analytical and critical analysis of their weaknesses and strengths in order to know how to fully capitalize on the latter in planning their career. 

NCCAC helps with choosing, changing, or leaving a career and is available at any stage in life. One's career is often one of the most important aspects of adulthood, and embarking on a new career, whether for the first time, the second time, or any time thereafter, can be a stressful event, especially when economic difficulties such as recession are a factor. A career counselor can help by outlining and discussing one's potential career options.

 Our counselors are also therapists or life coaches trained to provide career information resources, discuss career development, and administer and interpret aptitude and ability assessments.

             Special focus for High Schools

 NCCAC is open for pupils for career or guidance counseling in high school before applying to college and then again in college before choosing or changing majors, but career counseling can help anyone who wishes to change careers, leave work altogether, or explore ways to be more satisfied with a current career.

 Choosing a career is an important task, but it may also be a difficult one. It may not be easy to decide what type of job will be the best fit, and since career counseling helps people assess their skills, needs, and desires in order to find a career that works for them, this type of counseling is considered to be an important step to take before deciding on a permanent career. Researching a wide variety of potential careers may be overwhelming, and information on the skill sets and education needed for a particular position may be contradictory or difficult to find. Our counselor will often be able to provide valuable information in these areas and others.

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