Genetic Counselling

Each year, students applying to Genetic Counselling programs across Canada seek out our services to prepare for their interview.

Here’s why…

  • Proven strategies to help you prepare and ace your interview
  • Tips on interview-related verbal and non-verbal communication skills
  • Hundreds of questions in a variety of categories
  • Tips on what interviewers are looking for
  • Advice on interview etiquette
  • Common errors made in Interviews
  • Questions for you to ask at your interview, if permitted
  • Strategies on coping with stress and nervousness
  • Very high success rate in all disciplines
  • Close to 45 years work experience, mostly in healthcare
  • Well versed and experienced with the MMI, panel and traditional interview processes
  • Low hourly rates
  • Flexible meeting times, days, evenings, and weekends
  • Our goal is your goal, to succeed at your interview
  • A referral program where you are rewarded for referring a friend or family member to us

All Genetic Counselling programs in Canada require an interview for those selected for admission. Please click on the program’s website link before for more details about the program.

Preparing ahead for the interview is very important to having a successful outcome. Preparation sessions for the school’s interview are provided through Blue Dolphin Training and Coaching. Contact us early for more information.

Genetic Counselling Programs in CanadaName of ProgramApproximate interview dates
McGill University
Montreal, QC
MSc in Genetic Counselling ProgramMarch/early April
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON
MSc in Genetic Counselling ProgramMarch
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB
MSc in Genetic Counselling ProgramMarch/April
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC
MSc in Genetic Counselling ProgramMarch

What our clients say

A friend recommended Gordon to me, and I am so lucky to have had him as my interview coach. When I initially emailed Gordon, he referred to the fact that he did not know too much about genetic counselling, but he was confident he could help me as he specialized in interview coaching. This proved automatically to me that Gordon was an honest and professional person. He asked if I could give him the weekend to take the time to learn some important details about genetic counselling and to develop some questions about genetic counselling which I may be asked at an interview.  Gordon was able to guide me through both MMI and panel interviews. Through many sessions, Gordon encouraged me to explain each answer in depth and he prompted me to think of important details which added immensely to my ideas. Gordon was extremely helpful with the structure and content of answers along with basic communication skills. I felt more comfortable and confident with each question Gordon, and I went over. With the help of Gordon, I was accepted to both schools I interviewed at, and I truly believe he was huge factor in my acceptance. Gordon is well experienced, very patient, and extremely supportive when it comes to preparing for an interview, I would highly recommend him to anyone looking to improve their interview skills!