A Recession Regression: Finding the Root of Our Relationships with Money (for laypeople)

Participants will read and answer questions about the inner root of people’s relationships with money to help
them learn more deeply about their own relationships with money, and how those relationships affect our
national and global economies. Through examples from current life events explored in the course, participants will recognize how their childhood experiences affect their emotions and behaviors related to money and to the economy in any time – from recession to prosperity. They will also begin to comprehend the impact that the individual’s relationship with money has on our world, and how healing one’s own individual relationship with money can help to heal the global relationship with money.

Course Information

Estimated Time: 2 hours

Difficulty: Beginner

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Course Instructor

Judith Barr Judith Barr Author

Judith Barr has been a depth psychotherapist in private practice since 1975, now practices in Brookfield, Connecticut, and has earned an M.S. in Counseling and licensure as a Mental Health Counselor in Florida, New York, and Connecticut. She has published a life-changing book, Power Abused, Power Healed, as well as an audio series, The Spoken Word on Behalf of the Feminine, and dozens of articles for both professionals and the general public. Judith offers her healing expertise in an array of formats, including working with individuals, groups, workshops, and consultations. In addition to this she offers training and supervision programs for healing arts professionals. Through her numerous speaking engagements, her radio, TV and print interviews, her blog, PoliPsych, and her teleconferences, Judith touches lives, teaching and inspiring us to live from the inside-out. Judith is also an affiliate of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA), and a member of The Financial Therapy Association and The Nazrudin Project. Judith has been offering individual and workshop sessions, ―Healing Your Relationship with Money,‖ for many years. Her clients attend, the public attends, psychotherapists attend, and even financial professionals have attended (accountants, bankers, insurance professionals, and financial advisors). A number of NAPFA planners have brought Judith to their local study groups and have witnessed the importance both of working with the deep level of relationship and of facing the feelings within us. One of the planners even said afterward that he had learned more about the participant’s relationship with money in the previous half hour than he is ordinarily able to do in six months.