Financial Psychology in the News
The Impact of Money Disorders on Mental Health: Interview with Psychologist Joe Lowrance
Do you hoard money, compulsively buy or are financially dependent? If you answered, "yes" then you could have a money disorder that is impacting your mental health. To help understand what are some other examples of someone having a money disorder and the impact money disorders have on mental health, read this interview with Joe Lowrance.
Published June 4, 2011 on Associated Content from Yahoo!
Tips for Overcoming Financial Infidelity: Interview with Psychologist Joe Lowrance
If you or your spouse is keeping a secret about major spending or finances then financial infidelity is being committed. To help understand where financial infidelity stems from and how someone can overcome financial infidelity, read this interview with Joe Lowrance.
Published April 27, 2011 on Associated Content from Yahoo!
FinancialPsychologyCeus.com CEO discusses "Money, Mental Health and Financial Wellness" in Associated Content Interview
ATLANTA, May 18, 2011 - "Money, Mental Health and Financial Wellness" is the topic of a newly published interview of Dr. Joe Lowrance, FinancialPsychologyCeus.com's CEO, by medical writer Jaleh Weber on Associated Content, a Yahoo Contributor Network. Read Complete Interview
Dismantling the Money Taboo: Mental Health Professionals' Call to Action
March 2011 - Financial psychology, despite its relevance in contemporary life and mental health, is a neglected area of emphasis in mental health professionals' education, training, and practice. Yet, dysfunctional, destructive money-related beliefs, emotions and behaviors have significant negative consequences, including contributing to the decline in mental and physical health, relationship and family struggles, and in imperiling financial condition. Download Whitepaper
Money May No Longer Be Taboo Topic in Psychotherapy. National Psychologist article by Dr. Joe Lowrance focuses on money as an emerging topic in psychotherapy
Atlanta, GA, April 6, 2011 - In the latest issue of National Psychologist, a major publication for practicing psychologists, FinancialPsychologyCeus.com's CEO and Founder Joe Lowrance, Psy.D., discusses how money is increasingly emerging as a psychotherapy topic. In an article, entitled Once Taboo Topic Now Critical Therapy Issue, Dr. Lowrance points out that mounting research and clinical literature connect financial psychology with a number of mental health concerns.
FinancialPsychologyCeus.com Offers the Training Professionals Need to Deal with Clients' Money Issues
Atlanta, GA., May 11, 2010 - The vast majority of mental health professionals today receive little or no education or training related to financial psychology and money related issues. FinancialPsychologyCeus.com, a new Atlanta company, is changing that by offering a wide variety of continuing education courses focused on financial psychology and money's relationship to overall wellness.
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