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Coaching and Counseling Services


Do you need counseling for




Childhood trauma?

Relationship problems?

Marital problems?


Seek help here!

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

CMS Clinic

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

and his

One Life Only Counseling Office

8003 Mother Ignacia Avenue, South Triangle, Quezon City, Philippines.

Telephone Numbers:  (632) 215 5193

Mobile Number:  (63) 917 855 6287

Email:  nathanchuaph@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 offices are very near SM City North Edsa, and Trinoma Mall at the corner of EDSA and North Avenue, with his One Life Only Counseling Office just a stone’s throw away from ABS-CBN Studios along Mother Ignacia Avenue, South Triangle, Quezon City!

Nathan Chua’s Areas of Specialization

Individual Counseling, Marital Counseling, Depression, Relationship and Self-Improvement Seminars, Anger Management, Parenting Advice and Seminars, Personnel Management Problems, Personality Development, Youth Counseling, Adult 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 and occupation.

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

See other videos of Nathan Chua here:

On Self-Image and Depression


On Video Game Addiction


On 700 Club Asia


On Infidelity



On Video Game Addiction

July 18, 2015



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Three Steps to Better Anger Management


by Nathan Chua

It could get uncomfortable and uncontrollable. It feels like a tsunami of thoughts that come in and get you amped up to the point of no return. The world feels like it is falling apart and no one is listening. If you are like me, I know you struggle every day when you are confronted with stuff not happening your way. We who have anger management problems, often come from a history of anger outbursts and violence experienced in our early years. Something in the circuitry of our brains, just keeps us from letting our more complex brain functioning, hold us from blurting out the first epithet that comes to mind.

I am quite sure we are all interested in how it is that psychology can help us, or stop us from that next angry episode that we soon regret. Rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) has produced certain techniques that could alleviate some of that struggle.

Here are three steps from Dr. Janet Wolfe, who uses REBT to treat clients with anger problems:

Take one long deep breath. If we do a quick search, we will find that relaxation is started with some breathing exercises. Doing this when there is a stimulus that makes us mad, can help slow the flush of emotions.

We have a choice. This is right out of the existentialist playbook. Much of our thoughts can become automatic. When we find ourselves on the verge of exploding in anger, we need to remind ourselves that we may not have a choice on what other people or the environment is doing to us, but we do have a choice on how we react.

Learn to say TS. Third but definitely not the easiest task, is to admit our own impotence. There are certainly more situations that we cannot avoid than those we can. TS stands for “tough s@#%.” We should understand that our humanity limits our capacity to do everything perfectly all the time. Recognizing this about ourselves and others will give us a more forgiving heart. TS anyone?

To end this post, just remember that there is a difference between a lapse and a relapse. Having anger management problems is a lifelong struggle. Count your blessings if you find yourself losing control less often than you have before. Consider that as an improvement and continue to love yourself, warts and all.

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Sex Education and One Night Stands

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The Problem With Romanticism

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From Steven Pinker


People kill each other for moral reasons.

Steven Pinker

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