• Financial Social Work

    Financial Social Work

    Finances can be a major source of stress for individuals, couples and families. Many people struggle with paying monthly bills, impulsive spending, even gambling.  It often feels like a game of chess.  Moving our money around just trying to get across the board.  We make progress and then life throws us a curve ball, devastating us financially.

    Improving our relationship with our money and understanding the psychological, emotional and social influences of our financial habits can improve our financial wellness.  Financial Social Work builds this awareness and provides practical skills and strategies to improve your financial wellness and reduce finance related stress.

    *This is not a financial advising.  Financial Social Work is a cognitive behavioral model that helps you understand your relationship to your money and develop skills and strategies to meet your financial goals, thereby reducing stress and conflict in your life while increasing a sense of peace and security.