When the thought of money comes to mind, what feelings follow? Are you energized, notice a sense of
security and satisfaction? Or, maybe anxiety, resistance, envy, or depression surface. Money pervades our lives on many levels—symbolic as well as pragmatic. A person’s relationship to money and beliefs about the implications of financial status are foundational to behaviors that enhance or undermine our efforts to realize good fortune and develop magnanimity. As a psychologist, I provide financial therapy to relieve anxiety around money matters and build capacity for thoughtful conversations about finances, as well as for informed management of personal fiscal issues. Exploring lifetime experiences with money and related beliefs have led many to enhanced achievement, improved interpersonal relationships, and a deeper sense of security. Consulting, counseling, seminars, and educational speeches are available for individuals, couples, and groups.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Certified Financial Coach(CMC)
Adjunct Faculty Antioch University
Typical Client Profile:
50’s and above; Retired; $50,000 - $5,000,000.
Stanford BA & MA
Pacific School of Religion MA
San Francisco Theological Seminary Diploma of Spiritual Direction
Pacifica Graduate Institute PHD Clinical Psychology
Neutralizing the emotional content of financial behaviors, beliefs, and attitudes that sabotage wellbeing of the individual, couple, and family."