Join the Financial Therapy Association’s educational webinars to learn the latest developments, research, practice methods, and trends in financial therapy.
The Intersection of Money and Milkshakes
May 7, 2021 l 1 PM EST
Speaker: Wendy Wright, LMFT
Are your clients having trouble managing their finances? Do they feel like their spending is out of control? Has money become a source of chaos and confusion for them?
What about their nutrition? Do they make promises to themselves each morning, only to find their choices in turmoil again before noon? Are they so preoccupied with the fear of “messing up” that they’re struggling to enjoy their lives?
If your clients, or you, are struggling to find the balance between disorder and rigidity with both their money life and their food life, Wendy Wright can help! As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Certified Financial Recovery Counselor, she helps her clients feel empowered and confident about their money management skills. By applying the philosophy of intuitive eating — a skillset she uses as a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor when supporting clients with disordered eating habits — to her financial therapy sessions, she encourages people to connect to their intuition and listen to it as they make decisions about their finances. Thanks to Wendy’s unique guidance, her clients improve their relationships with both money and food, creating a new story for their future.
In this webinar, you will learn how addressing this intersection of money, food, and emotions can lead to deeper and more lasting change for your clients. We will explore the connections, and expand on the idea of using the beliefs behind intuitive eating for teaching mindful money management.
Money and Memory
Presenter: Christine D. Moriarty, CFP(R), MBA
Our elderly population in the United States is expected to reach 80 million by the year 2050. What does this mean for your clients and their loved ones as they retire and beyond? The Money and Memory session is specifically designed for financial and long-term planners to help people with the financial realities that many will encounter. By preparing for the possibilities ahead, individuals can live through retirement with a peace of mind around their financial reality.
December 4, 2020 at 1PM EST
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!