Do You Need Financial Therapy? We Discuss This New Field Of Financial Planning

Do you need financial therapy? Studies suggest you do...

Are you money avoidant, money vigilant, or money worship?

This week we discuss financial therapy, money scripts, cognitive bias and more.

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Today's Guest:  Megan Mccoy

Megan McCoy, Ph.D., LMFT, CFT-I™ is a Professor of Practice and the Director of the Personal Financial Planning Master’s Program at Kansas State University. Her research has been published in a range of journals such as The Journal of Financial Therapy, The Annuals of Business Review, The Journal of Financial Planning, The Journal of Family Economic Issues, Family Relations, and the Journal of Couple and Family Therapy to name a few. Dr. McCoy serves as Secretary for the board of Financial Therapy. In addition, she is the Associate Editor of Profiles and Book Reviews for the Journal of Financial Therapy.

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