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: December  6, 2019 at 1 p.m. EST

True Boundaries: How to Create Safety and Respect in Relationships Around Money 

 What kinds of problems arise when true boundaries do not exist? Overspending, financial enabling, financial dependence, etc. When most people talk about boundaries, they are actually talking about limits.  A limit is not a boundary. In this webinar you will learn about the components of a true boundary. We will talk about the difference between limits, walls, punishments, rewards and consequences. The purpose of establishing boundaries around finances is to create more respect and safety in financial relationships.  We will explore boundaries parents may want to set with their children or each other around finances and financial therapists with their clients.  

Presenter:  Dave Jetson LPC-MH

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