Join the Financial Therapy Association’s educational webinars to learn the latest developments, research, practice methods, and trends in financial therapy.
This webinar will introduce you to the concepts and activities of the Restorative Justice movement and its relevance to financial therapy. There are two components to this. First is to increase general awareness and understanding of Restorative Justice. This includes its use in schools, communities, prisons, and other institutions. It is very likely that at some point you will encounter clients in your practice who have participated in a Restorative Justice program so this could be useful background. Another aspect of this is to increase awareness of the role Restorative Justice is playing in working to build a more just and equitable society. Particularly in addressing issues such as mass incarceration and the school to prison pipeline.
At its core, Restorative Justice is about resolving conflict. This is the second component of the webinar. We will look at the approach Restorative Justice uses in conflict resolution and its relevance to financial therapy. We will review a couple of scenarios to illustrate this.
Continuing Education: 1 hour CFT
John Hankins, MSS, LSW, CFT-I is a contracted Licensed Social Worker and Certified Financial Therapist-Level I who is dedicated to helping individuals and small business owners who are facing challenges in late middle age (age 45-64) and beyond (65+). Although John began his career as a social worker, he spent 35 years in the business world before coming full circle back to his true passion. His lived experience and training in financial therapy and social work give him a unique perspective on complex issues. Some of these include planning for and managing retirement; supporting adult children and aging parents; and managing investments and associated anxiety, just to name a few. John recognizes that these issues have significant financial, behavioral, and emotional components, and he is eager to work with clients to help them reduce stress and increase happiness during this important time in their lives. More information is available at Mental Health Therapy Team — Croswaite Counseling PLLC
Saundra Davis, MSFP, APFC®, FBS®, CSC | Sage Financial Solutions
Joe Burhmann CFP®, ChFC®, CLU®| Senior Financial Planning Consultant |eMoney Advisor
Emily Koochel, Ph.D., CFT-I™, AFC® | Senior Financial Planning Education Consultant | eMoney Advisor
Sasha Grabenstetter, AFC® | Financial Planning Education Consultant | eMoney Advisor
April 1, 2022 l 1 PM ET
Speaker: Anita R. Johnson, Financial Behaviorist
This webinar will examine all the financial conflicts experienced in the Black community and equip Financial Therapist and Planners with the tools needed to assist those historically and presently struggling to move forward from the physiological obstacles camouflaged by the basic needs in life, such as breathing, food, water to the following four levels of Maslow’s pyramid until self-actualization is realized.
Cancellation and Refund Policy for Live Webinars:
Cancellations are accepted through the day prior to the live presentation and will incur a $5.00 administrative charge. FTA webinars are very low cost, and if you register for a live webinar and miss it for some reason, including logon challenges, the recording will be made accessible to you. The recording carries the same CEUs as the live session.
No refunds for the registration fee will be made for no shows.
Watch any of the following past webinars to learn more about financial therapy, and earn CEUs!
Dr. Ashley LeBaron-Black is an Assistant Professor of Family Life at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She received her PhD in Family Studies and Human Development from the University of Arizona. Her research focus is family finance, including finances in romantic relationships and financial socialization. Ashley has published 47 peer-reviewed articles and is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Family and Economic Issues. She is Chair of the Family Financial Wellbeing focus group for the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR).
Behind closed doors, what constitutes a “healthy” financial relationship? How do couples balance their relational and emotional needs with what is happening with their money? In this webinar, financial therapist Amanda Clayman presents examples of how different couples’ dynamics affect how they arrive at financial challenges, opportunities to grow and heal as they respond to that challenge, and what a financial therapist or coach can do to guide and support this process.
Continuing Education: 1 hour CFT, 1 hour CFP®
Amanda Clayman is a financial therapist who specializes in the cognitive, emotional, and behavioral aspects of our financial well-being. She is the host of the Death, Sex & Money podcast series Financial Therapy with Amanda Clayman for WNYC Studios. Amanda founded the Financial Wellness Program for national arts non-profit The Actors Fund, where she pioneered a cognitive-behavioral approach to financial education. Amanda is a sought after speaker who runs seminars and workshops around the country, as well as the author of several financial wellness courses for LinkedIn Learning. Her work has been featured in media outlets such as The Atlantic, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and The TODAY Show, and Amanda has appeared on MSNBC, FOX, and more. To learn about the inglorious start to Amanda’s financial wellness mission, read the story about her $19,000 Haircut at www.amandaclayman.com.