Since 2007, APA’s Stress in America survey has identified money as the no. 1 source of stress in the lives of three quarters of Americans. However, money has been a topic that has been traditionally ignored in psychological research and practice.
This 90-minute presentation will provide information on the relationship between money beliefs, money disorders, financial health, and psychological well- being. Participants will learn about three helpful instruments designed to assess the psychological aspects of financial health, and the new approach to finances in clinical practice known as financial therapy.
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