Dr. Megan McCoy will provide an overview of this new field of research and practice, and explain how it can benefit you and your clients. She will also describe a specific approach to financial therapy that she created called Narrative Financial Therapy. Her presentation will conclude with an exploration of a specific Narrative Financial Therapy Intervention, “the Miracle Question,” and explain how to it can be applied in your client interactions.
This four-session online course is designed to provide a framework for understanding how your client’s “two brains” have different needs. We will be using the book Switch: How To Change Things When Change Is Hard as our text book. Approved for 10 CFP® CE credits.
Dr. Lance Palmer will discuss a study that explores the relationship between self-control (or self-regulation) and financial self-efficacy, and how these two constructs interact and potentially influence financial management behaviors.