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The below list represents mental health professionals who have achieved the status of National Certified Counselor (NCC).

Through the National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc. (NBCC), NCCs meet examination-based professional certification. These requirements will include:

  • Master’s degree from a CACREP-accredited degree program or a counseling program that is an institutionally accredited institute
  • 100 hours of post-graduate counseling in a minimum of 24-month period
  • Endorsement from a professional colleague who holds a mental health master’s degree
  • 3,000 hours of post-graduate counseling in a minimum of 24-month period
  • Passing NCE score or NCMHCE score

Leon Ginn



Ginn Counseling, LLC, provides virtual therapy to individuals, couples, and families in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and all of Pennsylvania. Click here to meet our therapist, Leon Ginn, MSPC, LPC.

Naureen Dharani (She Her)

New York

New York

I first and foremost come from a south asian background. Growing up, I had difficulties navigating my parents well-intentioned parenting styles which led me to becoming someone who did not know how to process emotions, communicate my needs, and accept myself for who I am. Through my own therapy I have overcome many struggles I presently observe in the South Asian community. I have to come reali...