Money & Your Client’s Life

$20.00

Money talks. Or so they say.
If money talks, what exactly is it saying?
And how does money affect the health of our clients? Or even our own health?
As we work toward helping our clients to have the healthy and happy lives they envision, assessing how money influences their wellbeing seems like a prudent thing to do.
We often suggest clients complete an assessment of each area of their lives, but how often do we see inquiries about money and finances included?
Perhaps money should have its own place on the assessment tool. After all, couples often cite financial issues as the cause of relationship difficulties. Money issues can lead to depression and dealing with money can be downright stressful. A host of issues including insomnia, poor job performance, and eating issues may ensue because of money worries.
The American Psychological Association found that 72% of adults they surveyed said that money was the most significant source of stress in their lives.
This topic deserves our attention. Join in on the next Health & Wellness Connections Call where we will draw from the work of Dr. David Krueger and others to discuss:
With this hour-long webinar, you’ll be able to:
  • Recall the effects money problems can have on a person’s health
  • Explain the four aspects of the self-reinforcing debt cycle
  • Identify the often subconscious behaviors used to keep money problems out of awareness
  • Recognize meanings that money can have for a client
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Money talks. Or so they say.
If money talks, what exactly is it saying?
And how does money affect the health of our clients? Or even our own health?
As we work toward helping our clients to have the healthy and happy lives they envision, assessing how money influences their wellbeing seems like a prudent thing to do.
We often suggest clients complete an assessment of each area of their lives, but how often do we see inquiries about money and finances included?
Perhaps money should have its own place on the assessment tool. After all, couples often cite financial issues as the cause of relationship difficulties. Money issues can lead to depression and dealing with money can be downright stressful. A host of issues including insomnia, poor job performance, and eating issues may ensue because of money worries.
The American Psychological Association found that 72% of adults they surveyed said that money was the most significant source of stress in their lives.
This topic deserves our attention. Join in on the next Health & Wellness Connections Call where we will draw from the work of Dr. David Krueger and others to discuss:
With this hour-long webinar, you’ll be able to:
  • Recall the effects money problems can have on a person’s health
  • Explain the four aspects of the self-reinforcing debt cycle
  • Identify the often subconscious behaviors used to keep money problems out of awareness
  • Recognize meanings that money can have for a client

This program qualifies for 1.0 ICHWC CE Credit. A Certificate can be obtained in the resources center for $10 after purchasing the training, completing it, and submitting the evaluation.