With this combined approach informed by both therapeutic and financial competencies, financial therapists are equipped to help people reach their financial goals by thoughtfully addressing financial challenges, while at the same time, attending to the emotional, psychological, behavioral, and relational hurdles that are intertwined. 

Webinar: September  6, 2019 at 3 p.m. EST

 

Attitudinal, Behavioral and Relational Domains that May Buffer Married Couples' Negative Relationship Responses to Economic Distress

Nearly all couples will experience negative financial events and the economic pressure that they generate.  Researchers have shown a clear link between economic pressure and relationship distress.  However researchers have also demonstrated that certain factors (i.e., attitudes, individual and relationship behaviors) that allow couples to weather economic pressure resiliently.  This webinar will focus on these factors that can help couples avoid relationship distress in spite of economic pressure.

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What's New in Financial Therapy Research?

Journal of Financial Therapy
Volume 9, Issue 1