Mental Wealth: How to Promote Mental and Financial Health & Resilience
The pandemic caused global mental health and financial crisis. The plummeting economy and surging unemployment have triggered negative emotions, obsessive thoughts, and suicidal ideation. 23% of adults and 36% of millennials experience financial stress at levels that qualify as a diagnosis of PTSD.
In this dynamic, engaging, and interactive program, you will learn twelve mindsets identified by counselor and entrepreneur, Joyce Marter, which are empirically supported to promote both mental and financial health and resilience. This program will equip you with evidence-based exercises and innovative self-assessment tools to help you and your clients achieve the holistic success that includes mental wellbeing, compassionate relationships, work/life balance, and greater financial prosperity.
- Identify concepts from Family Systems Theory and psychodynamic psychotherapy to help clients remove the blinders of defenses and denial and become aware of self-sabotaging roles and relational patterns.
- Recognize skills from 12-step programs and narrative therapy to help clients free themselves of resentment and anger, empower themselves, and take fiscal responsibility.
- Discuss strategies to help clients apply mindfulness to their financial life to make the best decisions from a place of peace, groundedness, and clarity.
- Receive innovative tools to help clients recognize how their ego is hindering their contentment and prosperity and help them cultivate healthy self-esteem.
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes