Sasha Weiss MA, MEd

Life Coach

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Sasha Weiss MA, MEd

Life Coach

OFFICE LOCATION(S)

  • Hahistadrut
  • Raanana
  •  
  •  

ABOUT

Sasha intuitively understands situations, encourages introspection, and guides her clients to success in a positive and reassuring way, removing the stress usually associated with change.”  - Nikki Leviner



New beginnings are hard.  They can lead people to feel stressed, overwhelmed, and insecure. However, if handled well, transitions are opportunities for unparalleled growth, accomplishment, fulfillment, and joy. 



I’m a transition and executive coach with more than two decades of experience in the business and non-profit sectors.  I have worked in private equity, established nonprofits, and sat on boards of major organizations as well as coaching executives and managers, olim and students. This background has given me a broad perspective that touches on different life stages and organizations at all levels.


My passion is helping people fulfill their potential, make order out of seeming chaos, acclimate to new positions and situations, and feel a sense of control and joy during times of transition.  My coaching clients include entrepreneurs, executives, olim, non-profit professionals, students, and returning to work mothers.  I have an MA in Social Psychology and Education and am a certified coach and organizational consultant.


 


I can help you :


ü Accelerate onboarding into a new position


ü Adapt to new life stages and locations


ü Become a more engaged and effective employee and or student


ü Manage stress


By working hand-in-hand with each client to define specific, personal goals, and to create and implement a roadmap to reach them, I help clients become more successful, calm, and fulfilled in their professional and personal lives. 


 

QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Education Year of Graduation
MA, MEd MA Social Psychology IDC 2020

Degree
MA, MEd

Education
MA Social Psychology IDC

Year of Graduation
2020

Years in Practice

10

Additional Credentials:

MA Social Psychology IDC 2020

MEd University of Pennsylvania 1996

Organizational Consultant Bar Ilan 2013

Certified Coach International Coach Academy 2008

FINANCES

  • Average cost per session

    250-350 NIS

  • Insurance

    None

  • Discounts Available

    Student Discount

DISTANCE COUNSELING

Telephone Counseling, Online Therapy

BLOG POSTS

New Job Jitters

Mar 09, 2021

When beginning a new job if you are constantly worried about failing and feeling like you need to prove yourself at every turn that can cause significant stress which will most likely hinder performance.  Rather than engendering positive relationships and being open to learning, the fear of someone discovering shortcomings will be so pervasive that it will be very difficult to acclimate to the new position effectively.  On the other hand, a growth mindset which encourages you to learn from others, think about mistakes as essential to the process of learning and acclimating and being open to a new way of doing things will lead you to have more joy and energy, feel less anxious,  and make a good impression on your colleagues.


The Flip Side of Stress

Jan 31, 2021

Research has shown that when we are able to regulate our emotions in a stressful situation we are able to not only feel calmer but to also become more collaborative, creative and thrive.


Learn more about GHI's verification of therapists here.

PRIMARY SPECIALTIES

ADDITIONAL SPECIALITIES

Academic
Adjustments
Executive / Career / Life Coaching
Life Transitions
Self-Esteem
Stress Management
Vocational Counseling
Work Issues

CLIENT FOCUS

Age

Adolescents
Adults
Women

Languages

Hebrew
English

TREATMENT APPROACH

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

SERVICES OFFERED

Coaching
Consultation
Workshops/Educating

BLOG POSTS

New Job Jitters

Mar 09, 2021

When beginning a new job if you are constantly worried about failing and feeling like you need to prove yourself at every turn that can cause significant stress which will most likely hinder performance.  Rather than engendering positive relationships and being open to learning, the fear of someone discovering shortcomings will be so pervasive that it will be very difficult to acclimate to the new position effectively.  On the other hand, a growth mindset which encourages you to learn from others, think about mistakes as essential to the process of learning and acclimating and being open to a new way of doing things will lead you to have more joy and energy, feel less anxious,  and make a good impression on your colleagues.


The Flip Side of Stress

Jan 31, 2021

Research has shown that when we are able to regulate our emotions in a stressful situation we are able to not only feel calmer but to also become more collaborative, creative and thrive.


Learn more about GHI's verification of therapists here