Advancing Your

Financial Therapy

Financial therapy is a type of counseling that can help you understand your financial behaviors and develop healthier habits. It can also help you address underlying emotional issues that may be affecting your finances.

Advancing Your

Financial Therapy

Financial therapy is a type of counseling that can help you understand your financial behaviors and develop healthier habits. It can also help you address underlying emotional issues that may be affecting your finances.

Financial Therapy

We are trained to understand the complex relationship between money and emotions.

We can help you explore your own financial history, beliefs, and values, and how they may be affecting your current financial situation. We can also teach you practical financial skills, such as budgeting, debt management, and investing.

Financial therapy can be helpful for people who are struggling with a variety of financial problems, including:

  • Debt
  • Overspending
  • Undersaving
  • Under charging for their services
  • Financial anxiety or stress
  • Financial trauma
  • Financial conflict in relationships
  • Feeling stuck around a financial decision
What Can an IFS Financial Therapist Do for You?

Feeling Overwhelmed?

Financial therapy can improve your financial well-being and achieve your financial goals.

Here are some specific examples of how financial therapy can help:

  • If you’re feeling anxious or stressed about your finances, a financial therapist can help you develop coping mechanisms and strategies for managing your stress.
  • If you’ve experienced financial trauma, such as a job loss or a natural disaster, a financial therapist can help you process your emotions and develop a plan to rebuild your finances.
  • If you’re in a relationship and you’re having financial conflict, a financial therapist can help you communicate better about money and develop a financial plan that works for both of you.
  • If you have a history of overspending, a financial therapist can help you understand the underlying emotional reasons for your spending habits. They can also teach you how to create a budget and stick to it.
  • If you’re struggling with debt, a financial therapist can help you develop a plan to pay off your debt and avoid accumulating more debt in the future.

Financial therapy can be a valuable resource for anyone who feels financially stuck or is struggling with their finances. If you’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed, don’t hesitate to reach out to us and we can explore if we are a right fit for you.

About Us

Financial Therapy and IFS Informed Financial Therapy, while in its infancy, is both effective in helping clients reduce anxiety, panic, and internal conflict around money and to help create and maintain financial well-being. Our financial therapists are also Certified Financial Therapists-1™ to help you with your financial anxiety and your personal finances. Rick limits his practice to IFS Informed Financial Therapy™. 

Sessions are typically 90 minutes and we recommend that you initially commit to six sessions. If you qualify, please request an appointment at https://advanced-wellbeing.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: $300
  • 90 Minute Session: $450

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