Michael Mascolo, Ph.D.
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Very patient and detail oriented. He really pushed to look further and working on improving. I am really appreciating his insight. Additionally, he is very open to questions and explained all my questions and corcerns. I look forward in continuing this professional relationshipSep 15, 2016Verified
Have only had one meeting so far. Im impressed so far we'll have to see as time proceeds. Seems very knowledgeableAug 21, 2016Verified
I have worked with Michael for a couple of years. He is very responsive, and readily arranges time to talk, whether in person, or by phone or Skype. He has helped me learn a lot about myself and new, more productive ways of addressing conflict.Oct 9, 2014
I have worked with Michael for a couple of years now. He is very attentive, experienced and has helped me tremendously when I need him. He is very direct and to the point which I like. I would highly recommend him.Jun 30, 2014
Mike completely changed our lives. We were struggling to understand and meet the needs of our eldest child, who had numerous educational and social difficulties. Mike gently, and with wonderful warmth and humor, helped us to understand how to balance her needs with our own, how to provide her with the scaffolding she needed to learn and thrive, and how paying attention to our own needs made us better parents. I would wholeheartedly recommend Mike to anyone looking for help with parenting or relationships.Jun 3, 2014
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I charge $75 per hour. I don't believe that there is a need to break the bank to receive good coaching. Sliding scale for demonstrated need.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Our initial consultation is free -- no matter how long it lasts. After we meet, we will discuss your goals, your challenges and your background. I will explain in detail the types of work we can do together to foster the development of your goals.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have a PhD in Developmental Psychology (University of Albany, Postdoctoral Work at Harvard University). I am also a college professor. I have written books on parenting, psychotherapy, and human development. I am the former editor and contributor to a parenting magazine. I have published scores of papers in scholarly journals and books.