In family programs I bring a voice to every person's point-of-view.
Depending on the situation, members of the family may want to meet with me individually versus in a group. However, all of my family sessions end with every members of the family being present.
I mentor your teen to understand how to express and cope during challenging times.
I hold space for parents to refuel, and guide them to conscious parenting habits; adopting conversation versus being reactive.
I serve as a mediator and translator recognizing and validating every person's point-of-view.
Benefits of working with sahar:
- Begin conscious parenting
- Stop passive-aggressive communication
- Your family will truly feel like one-team
- Compassion for each other will come naturally
- Problem solve as a family so it benefits everyone
Your investment includes
- 30 minute phone call with parent pre-session
- 45 minute video session (individual or family)
- post-session wrap-up e-mail
- $185 investment
Your Right to Privacy:
You have certain rights as a client and as a consumer of Sahar Paz coaching services.
You have a right and a limit to privacy. Generally speaking, information provided by a client during coaching sessions is legally confidential, and the coach cannot share or disclose the information without the client’s consent.
This means that what is said in our coaching session will be kept private. However, as with all mandated reporters, I am ordered by law to report the things you have said if I have reason to believe that one or more of the following situations exist:
• I suspect child abuse, or abuse of an elder or disabled person.
• I feel there is a threat of you harming yourself or others.
• You become unable to take care of yourself and additional help is required.
• There is a mandated legal request for information (i.e., court subpoena).
Your records will be maintained in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), a federal law that provides privacy protections and client rights with regard to the use and disclosure of your Protected Health Information (PHI) used for the purpose of treatment, payment, and health care operations. HIPAA requires that I provide you with a Notice of Privacy Practices.