Financial planners, therapists, and financial therapists will be introduced to the psychological theory of attachment theory, its implications and applications for financial planning, and financial therapy. The students will have the opportunity to acquire new knowledge and practice skills in action during this course that will directly improve how they engage with their clients around money and relationships. With this new knowledge and skills, it is expected that the professionals will be able to help clients and couples more effectively communicate their emotional, relational, and financial needs in their relationship, helping them to foster greater financial intimacy and financial well-being.
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Ed Coambs, LMFT, CFP®, CFT-I™, MS, MBA, MA – Ed seeks to expand the awareness and practice of Financial Therapy in the fields of mental health and financial planning. Ed operates a private practice counseling center dedicated to serving couples and their relationship with money. His area of speciality is in helping clients through the intersections of their developmental attachment history, trauma and its impact on their ability to experience financial well-being.
Ed also operates HealthyLoveAndMoney.com an online self-help website dedicated to providing support for couples and their financial well-being. Ed has served on the Financial Therapy Association board for six years in a number of different capacities, recently completing work on the development of the Certified Financial Therapist – I.
Ed has earned an MBA from Queens University, an MA in Counseling from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, and a MS in financial planning from Kansas State University. He also holds the CFP®, and CFT-I™ professional certifications. Ed’s vision for the future of Financial Therapy is that it is a well-researched, integrated, and integral part of helping people develop financial well-being.
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