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Financial Therapy Course


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Financial Therapy is a emerging therapeutic field that combines financial management, counselling and mental health support. A good Financial Therapist should have a degree in psychology, psychotherapy, behavioural science, counselling or social work and work with both the psychological and behavioural issues with money.

Financial Therapy equips people to reach their financial goals by thoughtfully addressing financial challenges through psychological, behavioral and personal  relationship lens.  Our relationship with money can be a tricky business. Largely in most part because we are usually unaware of the hidden psychological drives and motivations that direct our decisions with money both positively and negatively.

Financial Therapy may help with ...

  • Heal the rift between you and your spouse's constant arguments about money

  • Understand your upbringing and its effect on your relationship with money

  • Supports you through divorce settlements, that serves you and your family

  • Curb risky financial behaviours that hit your bank balance

  • Help kick gambling habits

  • Ease the consumerism drive that sends your credit cards over the limit

  • Supports you through traumatic financial circumstances and assist recovery

  • Build a foundation of self-care around money

  • Assist in building budgets and sticking to them

  • Learn the patterns and lessons you are teaching your children about money

  • Empower you to remain centred during the natural ebb and flow of money in your life​​ ...and so much more. It's it time you THIRVED!​

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