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Tag: Financial Therapy

Ten Things A Financial Therapist Wants You To Know

Bari Tessler was practicing financial therapy before most of the rest of us had ever heard the term. A psychotherapist, Bari decided to go into the bookkeeping business, quickly saw the union of psychology and money, and in 2001 began calling her work financial...

When to Call Couples Financial Therapist

The last thing in the world I would ever want to be is a couples therapist. This is despite—or perhaps because of—the fact that for 40 years most of my work as a financial planner has been with couples. Helping individuals negotiate their relationship with money...

Financial Evolution of Ebenezer Scrooge

If you were given a magic wand to change anything about yourself that would improve your financial and emotional wellbeing, what would it be? This is a hard question. It is not about changing your financial circumstances through winning the lottery or inheriting a...

Asking For Help When You’re Financially Stuck

What do you do as a driver if your car gets stuck in the mud or a snowbank? You probably try shoveling, rocking the car back and forth, or putting something under the wheels. Sometimes, though, you can’t get unstuck by yourself; you have to call for help. What...

Finding a Financial Life Planner

The difference between a traditional financial planner and one that practices financial life planning is significant. The former focuses on the dollars and cents of making good financial decisions, while the later adds the more complex human component to the process....