What We Do

To promote and equip the body of Christ in Malaysia with Christian counselling knowledge and skills through networking, events, seminars, conferences and publications.

Christian counselling is a relationship between two or more persons in which the counsellor seeks to help the person(s) in need, using theory and techniques developed through an integration between psychology and theology.

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Mission Statement

To promote and equip the body of Christ in Malaysia with Christian counselling, knowledge and skills through networking, events, seminars, conferences and publications.

Promoting the development and advancement of Christian counselling as a publicly-recognised discipline in Malaysia
Equipping lay Christian counsellors in churches
Promoting high standards in the theory and practice of Christian counselling in Malaysia through the NACC Code of Ethics
Encouraging NACC members to research and write in areas unique to Christian counselling
Fostering co-operation and unity through sharing of information and experience among Christians of different biblical counselling approaches and specialties
Promoting and initiating care and counsel as mission for Christ

Our Ministry to Churches, Christians and Community


Care for Pastors Program

While pastors put their heart and soul to fulfill their God-given mandate in caring for others, some may not be aware of some psychological hazards in pastoral ministry which could affect their ministry’s effectiveness.

According to a national survey conducted in 2012, 96% of Malaysian church leaders had high scores in secondary traumatic stress and 74.3% had average burnout scores.

The results may mean that many of our church leaders might be experiencing the effects of these psychological malaise such as moodiness, depression, anxiety and anger outbursts which affect not only their ministry but also their relationships with family members and church staff. One Christian psychologist aptly said, “ When helping you is hurting me”.


Caring for the community through our Emmanuel Community Care (ECC) Program

Mental health issues can affect our mood, thinking and behavior. Examples of mental illness include depression, anxiety, school refusal, and addiction which can affect our social, work or family functioning.

ECC is a ministry by a group of trained counsellors seeking to provide kindness and mental health support to people from all walks of lives, especially the poor, needy, orphans, and widows.

For more information and to book an appointment, click here:

ECC Website


Raising up Lay Counsellors through our Certificate in Lay Christian Counselling Program

This is a basic equipping course in counselling skills and knowledge to equip Christians to serve in their local church and society at large.

Half-day classes are held on a monthly basis on a Saturday over a period of two years covering subjects on Basic Counselling Skills, Family Counselling, Life Stages, Crisis & Disaster, Sexuality & Addiction and General Mental Health.

Upcoming Courses & Workshops

15Jun(Jun 15)9:00 AM20Jul(Jul 20)1:00 PMKEMAHIRAN ASAS KAUNSELING(June 15) 9:00 AM - (July 20) 1:00 PM Event Type:Webinar

29Jun(Jun 29)9:30 AM27Jul(Jul 27)12:30 PMNACC Workshop: Overview of Depression, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Anxiety Attack and OCD(June 29) 9:30 AM - (July 27) 12:30 PM Event Type:Workshop

24Aug9:30 AM12:30 PMNACC Workshop on Stress Management9:30 AM - 12:30 PM Event Type:Workshop


News & Articles

March 29, 2019

State-of-the-Art Christian Counselling: Top New Directions

March 29, 2019 in Articles

Manifesting Christ: Grace and Truth In and Through the Caregiver

What does it mean to manifest Christ? What is required of Christian counsellors and caregivers? The term “manifest” is defined as, “making clear or evident to the eye or the…
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March 29, 2019 in Articles

Thick and Thin Counselling

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March 29, 2019 in Articles

Working with Couples: A Conceptual Framework

Helping individuals with mental health issues can be quite challenging. It can take several years of training and experience to begin feeling competent to help individual clients across a range…
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March 29, 2019 in Articles

Healthy Directions through Group Counselling

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