Transforming Your

Financial Wellbeing

IFS Informed Financial Therapy helps individuals to permanently integrate the ability to make sound financial decisions

Transforming Your

Financial Wellbeing

IFS Informed Financial Therapy helps individuals to permanently integrate the ability to make sound financial decisions

Internal Family SystemsSM

What Is IFS Informed Financial Therapy™?

Rick combines Informed Financial Therapy with Internal Family SystemsSM (IFSSM). This focused process allows his clients to identify and modify extreme money beliefs, resulting in the ability to integrate new financial behaviors which enhance financial wellbeing. This overt practice of addressing financial beliefs and behaviors allows progression to financial wellbeing more quickly than in traditional IFS Therapy.

He is a Certified IFS PractitionerSM, Certified Financial Therapist-Level 1™, Certified Financial Transitionist™.

About Us

IFS Informed Financial Therapy, while in its infancy, is similarly effective in helping clients reduce anxiety, panic, and internal conflict around money and to help create and maintain financial well-being.

Rick limits IFS Informed Financial Therapy to IFSSM trained practitioners or therapists and their clients. Sessions are typically 90 minutes and we recommend that you initially commit to six sessions. If you qualify, please go to our website, www.kahlerfinancial.com/request-an-appointment and fill out a request for a 30-minute free consultation.

Advance Wellbeing Financial Therapy Service Fees

Approaches:

IFSSM (Internal Family SystemsSM)

Insurance Accepted:

Private Pay Only

FEES:

  • 60 Minute Session: $250
  • 90 Minute Session: $375

SERVICES

It's Not Just About The Money

Financial Therapy

Financial therapy merges finance with emotional support to help people cope with financial stress.

Financial Disorders

Financial disorders are the maladaptive patterns of financial beliefsand behaviors that lead to clinically significant distress

Financial Fear

Financial fear, especially among the new, inexperienced or financially illiterate investors.

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