The NCTS clinical team consists of over 45 Psychologists, Counsellors, Social Workers, Nurses and Psychiatric Nurses who specialize in providing psychological assessments and counselling services in northern regions. Associates have particular areas of expertise such as addictions, trauma and grief counselling, child and youth counselling, etc.
NCTS works within an associate service model, utilizing approaches that are client-centered and community-oriented. NCTS associates include psychologists, counsellors, social workers, mental health workers, psychiatric nurses, consultants, researchers, evaluators, and policy experts. All our associates have extensive northern experience.
The NCTS clinical team consists of over 50 psychologists, counsellors, social workers, nurses and psychiatric nurses who specialize in providing psychological assessments and counselling services in northern regions. Associates have particular areas of expertise such as addictions, trauma and grief counselling, child and youth counselling and others.
All NCTS clinical associates are carefully selected based on reputation and proven northern experience working with Indigenous and non-Indigenous clientele and have strong background knowledge and understanding of critical historical and current factors that have deeply impacted wellbeing in the North.
All clinical counsellors are members in good standing with professional regulatory bodies.
Consulting Branch (Policy, Programs, Research & Evaluation)
NCTS’ consulting branch provides consulting services on policy, programs, research and evaluation in the areas of mental health and wellness. The team consists of a diverse team of skilled professionals, including clinicians, former high-level government executives, evaluation specialists, researchers and program and community development experts.
All our staff and consulting associates have strong Northern experience and expertise.
NCTS develops and delivers a diverse array of mental health programs and clinical services to meet the needs of individuals, families, groups, communities, private and public sector...
In addition to our clinical services, we provide consulting services on policy, program development, research and evaluation in the areas of mental health and wellness in the North...
NCTS Emergency Response Team
Contact NCTS for information on Emergency Response Counselling Services we provide in Northern communities at firstname.lastname@example.org or at our toll-free number 1 (800) 346-1589. Our services are holistic, culturally sensitive, and safe.
Our team will work to determine the intervention and deployment in a timely manner to ensure your community is supported, appropriate referrals are made, and after-care is in place, to maximize therapeutic impact and healing.
Call Us : 1 (800) 346-1589