GCC Code of Ethics

version of December 2014 Our Scope and Limitations.  Counsellors and Therapists of GCC specialize in Psychological (Cognitive-Emotional-Behavioral) and Spiritual (Existential) problems.  We do not and we cannot  claim to be experts in all forms of problems and concerns.  We seek for your consideration and understanding should we reject concerns regarding: […] Read more »

Counselling Frequently Asked Questions

What is Counselling? How does Counselling work? Counselling is a process where a counsellor, using psychological tools and theories, facilitates mental, emotional, and behavioural changes on the person that they are helping. Counselling is helpful for the following situations: Facilitate decision making:  For career decisions, relationship and marriage decisions. Manage […] Read more »

Counsellor-Client Relationship Agreement

  Click here to download the GCC Counsellor Client Relationship Agreement   The Counsellor-Client Relationship is a sensitive issue that is taken seriously by all trained counsellors. It is a professional relationship that is defined by certain goals and expectations between the 2 parties: The Counsellor and The Client.   Read more »

What to expect in Counselling

What to expect: Counselling is a one to one private consultation with a professional counsellor/therapist that will last for an average of one hour.  The first session is very important as it is the time when the counsellor-client fit is determined.  The first session is also the only time given […] Read more »