Genetic counseling is the process by which patients or relatives at risk of developing a disorder with a potential hereditary component are advised of the consequences of the disorder, the probability of developing or transmitting it, and the ways in which the risk may be prevented, or mitigated. The adoption of NGS techniques has given rise to newer challenges in this field, such as the lack of trained manpower and the difficulty in interpreting variants of uncertain significance. This webinar will cover some of these new challenges, and attempts being made to meet these.