Interview Practice


I believe that asking questions makes a difference.  My hope is that my relationship to you is one of constant curiosity about your experience.

As we form a plan for our work together, I want to emphasize your knowledge about the topics we discuss.  This may show up as me asking you simple questions which I genuinely do not know the answer to.  It may also take the form of me finding out your ideas about the events and happenings of your life. These practices, among others, create new possibilities for how you think about your life.

As a hired interviewer, I will ask you about your life in ways that support positive outcomes with lasting effects.

Mike Giancola, LMFT