Curious about what financial therapy might look like? I understand entering into the world of emotions and money can seem intimidating. That's why I've included some of the tools I use in my financial therapy sessions here, for free, for you to try out. All you have to do is enter your info and click the button. You’ll be subscribed to my email list. Don’t worry, I hate spam and won’t subject you to any.
Here's a worksheet I use with clients to help them from twisting down into a negative thought spiral, to reframing things to help them spiral up. Can you relate? Sign up below to claim your free copy.
The good-ol jumping-to-conclusions. "They'll hate my idea," "I know I'll say something stupid." These thoughts aren't limited to standard self-depreciation, they tend to be rampant when it comes to our money worries. In this worksheet, we'll walk through how to take a reflective moment to look at these worst-case emotional scenarios with some reality.
Resources I Love
If you are interested in learning more about personal finances and emotions, check out some of my favorites listed below. Some of the links are affiliate links, which means at no additional cost to you, I receive compensation if you click through and make a purchase.