In this episode Melissa Joy, CFP®, and Nate Astle, M.S., discuss how financial therapy offers a way to better understand how people think, feel, and behave differently with money. Financial therapy is a process informed by both therapeutic and financial competencies that helps people think, feel, and behave differently with money to improve overall well-being through evidence-based practices and interventions.
We will discuss:
- How COVID has left many people stressed and uncertain about their financial future.
- Why trauma can lead to poor decision making.
- What are the differences between therapy and financial therapy?
- How can financial therapy help you with your financial plan?
- Find out more about Nate HERE.
- Read about the field of Financial Therapy.
- Order a copy of The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma.
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Melissa Joy, CFP®, CDFA® is the President of Pearl Planning and a Wealth Advisor for Raymond James Financial Services. Reach out for a call today at 734.274.6744. Address: 8031 Main St. Suite 302 Dexter, MI 48130