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A Primer on Therapy vs. Coaching

Kathleen Burns Kingsbury posted a story from the Boston Globe that caught my eye.  It’s on the differences between coaching and therapy.  This is something I’ve written about extensively in the past in the books I co-authored with psychologists Ted Klontz...

Financial Therapy Continues to Gain Recognition

A new study released by the University of Georgia is aimed at merging the realms of therapy and financial planning.  Financial therapy is where therapists and financial planners partner to deliver a more integrated approach to solving financial problems for...

The Financial Wisdom Of Ebenezer Scrooge Now In Romania

The Financial Wisdom of Ebenezer Scrooge, a book I co-authored, has made it to Romania.  At least that’s what I am making of a Google Alert I received yesterday.  Not knowing Romanian, I turned to iGoogle and here is what the article said: “Unlike other...

Scripts from the Past Help Enlighten The Present

What can a week at a financial integration workshop do for you?  Leading financial journalist Bob Veres, editor of Inside Information, writes in Financial Planning magazine about his recent experience attending the Healing Money Issues workshop.  The entire article is...

Need a Money Makeover? Start With Your Money Scripts

It’s a good idea to be cautious about anything that promises a quick fix, whether it’s an “instant” weight loss product, an “effortless” exercise gimmick, or a “simple” solution to all your money woes. I was hesitant,...

Could a Two-Hour Money Makeover Change Your Life?

Could I possibly do a financial therapy money makeover for a one-page magazine feature article?  That’s the challenge Sushma Subramanian, a reporter for SELF magazine, gave me last May.  She wanted a financial therapist and me to visit with three women and do a...