Why see a Registered Clinical Counsellor:

The BC Association of Clinical Counsellors (BCACC) was established in 1988 to regulate the professional practice of clinical counsellors and therapists in British Columbia.

A Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) can help you cope more efficiently with life’s challenges, enhance your self-growth, your general mental health and well-being. When you see the RCC designation, you will know the counsellor has met the rigorous academic Masters level training and has clinical experience and supervision requirements that are part of the BCACC’s membership criteria.

RCCs are held accountable to their clients through the BCACC’s Code of Ethical Conduct, Standards of Clinical Practice, and its complaints, investigation and disciplinary procedures. All RCCs must pass a Criminal Record Check and carry professional liability insurance.

For insurance processing purposes, Dr. John E. Charlton’s BCACC RCC registration # is 9168.