- For Psychotherapists and Healing Arts Professionals (NBCC) : 1 Hour (1 Continuing Education credit)
Register for the 1 NBCC CE Credit course – $15.00
- For Financial Professionals (NAPFA) : 1 Hour (1 Continuing Education credit)
Register for the 1 NAPFA CE Credit course – $15.00
- All of Judith’s courses are available with a “no credit audit” option for lay people
- There is no difference in the course material compared to the “credit option”
Register for the No Credit Audit course – $10.00
Laypeople and professionals 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.
Financial professionals who take this course will also learn to assist their clients in these challenging economic times and will learn how their clients’ childhood experiences affect their emotions and behaviors related to money and to the recession.
In addition, therapists who take this course will learn to assist their clients in these challenging economic times – as well as in times of prosperity – and will learn how their clients’ childhood experiences affect their emotions and behaviors related to money and to the recession.
- Describe how the concept of regression is at play during these turbulent economic times.
- Identify four aspects of a child’s experience that contribute to current day recession anxiety.
- Identify three things that can happen if people do not find the root of their relationship with money.
- Give an example of the connection between our individual relationship with money and our communal relationship with money.
- Name what is being left out of the discussion about the recession.
- Describe the most “profitable” way to resolve our money difficulties.
Thank you Judith, for your home study course, A Recession Regression: Finding the Root of Our Relationships with Money!
Your content is far different from any “financial therapy” material I’ve learned from before.
I especially like the global perspective you take on how individual relationships with money have big impact. That and unintended consequences are things I’m very interested in.
Thanks for such great content!