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Welcome to Counsellor Council of India

Counsellor Council of India (CCI) was established as an Educational and scientific wing of Gramin Yuwa Vikash Samiti, 2011. Shaping as a professional body of Counsellors, by coming together of a large number of Professionals, Organizations/Institutions of Counsellors to work for the advancement of Counselling profession in various disciplines and for enhancing the image of counsellors in society, by focusing on quality and accountability of counsellors.

"Since 2004, We worked for the development of Psychological Counselling and Guidance through education, research, practice and professional development consulting services. CCI progresses through its expert services to move forward for people’s lives and their well-being. View details

Practice Resources for Psychologists

What is Counsellors Council of India?

The Counsellors Council of Indiais a non-profit scientific and educational wing was founded in 2011 and has as its aims to Promotion of Human Well-Being and Mental HealthSupport and Career Counsellingin India by research and practice of Psychology.


CCI Membership

Our community is made up of psychology practitioners, researchers, educators, consultants, undergraduate and postgraduate psychology and developmental studies students – all working towards Career guidance, improved mental health, and wellbeing for the community.


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Therapist Near Me

Counselling / Therapeutic services are available for educational institutions, health clinics, hospitals, jails, social welfare agencies, rehabilitation centers, and workplaces.


Career Guidance

A platform to bridge the requirement of Career Guidance through training the professionals for helping students.



A platform for Counsellors /Psychologists to share educational knowledge, professional skill, and opportunities at all levels.



Establish and Enablement of Counselling and Wellness Centre through our members to deal with Psychological Issues across the country.





  • Walter Katkovsky Research Grants
    Application Deadline:
    March 1, 2023
    Funding: Two grants of up to $22,500
    Eligibility: Psychologists with up to 12 years of postdoctoral experience The Walter Katkovsky Research Grants support research on the general topic of psychotherapy. Research proposals should be directed to questions and hypotheses designed to improve our understanding based on theory or methods of how psychotherapy promotes behavioral, emotional, or cognitive changes.
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  • Lorraine D. Eyde Fund Grants
    Application Deadline:
    March 1, 2023
    Funding: Two grants of up to $3,500 each
    Eligibility: Applicants must be graduate students or early career psychologists (no more than 10 years postdoctoral). The grant is designed to sponsor research investigating issues surrounding the ethical and professional use of psychological tests. Research proposals can focus on elements of testing such as privacy and confidentiality; quality of tests (reliability and validity); tests in employment selection; test construction; qualifications of psychologists utilizing tests; race, gender and transgender issues in testing; and inherent bias in tests and testing procedures that disproportionately impact underserved or marginalized populations. Researchers from a broad range of content areas are encouraged to apply, including neuropsychology, personality, vocational psychology, educational testing and entrance examinations, cognitive ability testing, and other fields where testing plays a prominent role. Grant proposals are not limited to the examples cited above and may include a substantial range of issues related to test use and ethics.
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  • Trauma Psychology Grant
    Application Deadline:
    March 5, 2023
    Funding: One grant of up to $3,200
    Eligibility: Applicants must be early career psychologists (no more than 10 years postdoctoral). The APF Trauma Psychology Grant seeks to support innovative work to alleviate trauma.
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  • APA-IUPSYS Global Mental Health Fellowship
    Application Deadline:
    April 14, 2023
    The APA-IUPsyS Global Mental Health Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for a psychologist to collaborate with World Health Organization (WHO) staff in the Mental Health Unit of the Department of Mental Health and Substance Use (MSD) for a period of one year. The fellow will focus on one or more issues related to the WHO Comprehensive Mental Health Action Plan, 2013-30, that aims to promote mental well-being, prevent mental disorders, provide care, enhance recovery, promote human rights and reduce the mortality, morbidity, and disability for persons with mental disorders. For more information on WHO MSD’s mental health work, please visit the website. The APF Trauma Psychology Grant seeks to support innovative work to alleviate trauma.
    Sponsors: APA ; International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS)
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