Coaching and Counseling Services

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Do you need counseling for depression, anxiety, infidelity, childhood trauma, relationship problems, marital problems, or parenting?

OR

Do you wish to improve some areas of your life, or relationships that are difficult to manage?

OR

Are you just going through some major changes in your life?

Counseling or therapy is useful to anyone. It is for all people. There is no longer a stigma attached to seeking help.

Best of all, counseling can turn you into a better and more likable person! 

With Mel Tiangco, July 2015, Nathan Chua talks about video game addiction on Magpakailanman.

Nathaniel Chua has a master’s degree in Counseling.  His office is located conveniently at the heart of Metro Manila in Quezon City, Philippines:

CMS Clinic

2nd Floor Back to the Bible Building

135 West Avenue (near EDSA), Quezon City, Philippines,

Telephone Numbers:  (632) 215 5193; (63) 917 855 6287

Email:  nathanielchua@onelifeonly.net, onelifeonlycounseling@gmail.com, nathanchua@onelifeonly.net

So if you are looking for counseling help in Quezon City, you need not look very far. Nathan Chua’s office is very near SM City North Edsa, and Trinoma Mall at the corner of EDSA and North Avenue, Quezon City!

Nathan Chua’s Areas of Specialization

Individual Counseling, Marital Counseling, Infidelity, Depression, Relationship and Self-Improvement Seminars, Anger Management, Parenting Advice and Seminars, Personnel Management Problems, Personality Development, Youth Counseling, Victims of Sexual/Child Abuse, Grief Processing

What is One Life Only Counseling?

  • You are assured your problems and identity will remain confidential.
  • You will not be judged by your religion, ethnicity, gender, sexual preference, occupation and even your lifestyle.
  • This is probably the only service in the Philippines that endeavors to employ a purely existential, secular, and humanistic approach to therapy, that consequently proscribes the imposition of the values and positions held by the therapist, on you, the client. In other words, the therapist shall in no way, impose his own beliefs and values on you.
  • One Life Only Counseling allows individuals, couples, and families the freedom to make their own life choices, and respects their beliefs on what constitutes for them, the good life, with the unqualified respect to their faiths, and the worldviews they have come to adopt. 

Here’s an interview of Nathan Chua with William Thio on GNN:

See other videos of Nathan Chua here:

On Video Game Addiction

http://www.onelifeonly.net/video-games-addiction/

On 700 Club Asia

http://www.onelifeonly.net/nathan-chua-on-700-club-asia-video-game-addiction/

On Infidelity

2014

http://www.onelifeonly.net/baby-expo-december-2014/

On Video Game Addiction

July 18, 2015

http://www.onelifeonly.net/nathan-chua-talks-about-video-game-addiction-on-gma-networks-magpakailanman/

http://www.onelifeonly.net/nathan-chua-talks-about-video-game-addiction-on-gma-networks-magpakailanman-part-2/

2016

On Sex Education and One Night Stands

http://www.onelifeonly.net/sex-education-and-one-night-stantds/

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Latest Photos and Media Appearances of Nathan Chua

Interview on Failon Ngayon about the dissolution of marriage, August 19, 2017
Interview with Amy Perez and Marc Logan on Sakto July 13, 2017
After interview with Joseph Morong for Valentine’s feature on 24 Oras! February 14, 2017. Topic: Loving More Than One Person: Is it possible?
Guest resource person at ABS CBN Studio Kapamilya Konek with Jing Castaneda and Susan Afan. February 19, 2017. Topic: Childless Couples
Interview on Pepito Manaloto about One Night Stands 2016

Sakto Guesting for Halloween 2017

Thanks again to the people behind Sakto for having me on their show last October 31, 2017. This time it was with Marc Logan and K Brosas! Topic was about grieving among Filipino families.

Mental Health Awareness Month at UP

Last October 24, 2017, I had the privilege of being invited to be a part of UP Diliman’s Mental Health Awareness Month. Congratulations to the UP School of Economics Student Council for holding such a timely, relevant and successful event!

 

What’s the fuss about millennials?

by Nathan Chua

The irony in the complaints about millennials, is the thought that these kids were raised by the very same people who are now their biggest and most vociferous critics. The need for casual communication, the wish for personal fulfillment over financial security, the preference to spend resources on travel and experience over the accumulation of material possessions, the primacy of relationships in the workplace over other perks at work, and of course, what we often hear baby boomers and Gen Xers complain about, their sense of entitlement to getting what they wish for without paying their dues, all of these are what the fuss is all about. They are called the, “Look at me,” generation.

I have read through some recent articles studying the phenomenon. They paint a rosier picture than what I had expected. It’s really all a matter of not missing the forest for the tree. For these very same traits that millennials learned from the way they were brought up, are the ones that will make them the kind of productive workers that only this generation that grew up with the internet, can uniquely provide.

It’s all just a matter of knowing these tendencies and providing the right kind of working environment that will allow them to flourish. The fuss is really about this generation of young people starting to join the workforce that is still led by the boomers and the Gen Xers. Like any other moving in situations, having a new breed of home dwellers invade your private space, can pose challenges to say the least.

Some of these potential benefits can be drawn from the millennials’ preference for working in teams, and their confidence in casually discussing their views to their seniors. This makes possible contributions accessible and available with neither fear nor shame. Then of course, they can also teach the older generations how to work more efficiently, with the use of social media to communicate much more quickly than other traditional means.

I guess as far as I can surmise from the resources that I found, it is really up to the more mature part of the population to adjust to the needs of the younger ones. Then we can see the potential benefits of such a flexibility amongst the older set.

I for one, am not so keen on finding out how these dynamics affect the world of work while I deal with individual clients. I guess it’s just the part of me that wants to see all of us as human beings with the same bedrock wishes and needs. I recently found a wonderful quote from a Harvard Professor, Gordon Allport, “Each man is like all other men; each man is like some other men; and each man is like no other man.”

We are both different from, and similar to each other at the same time, which make us true wonders of nature. This is the reason that I come to see every encounter with a client, an adventure into the lives of the wonderful, and the amazing.