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Facilitating Financial Health integrates the fields of psychotherapy, coaching, and financial planning, equipping financial professionals with techniques to enhance their effectiveness by working with both the exterior and interior aspects of a client s financial health. Integrated financial planning encourages you to think beyond the traditional boundaries of your practice and to serve clients far more effectively.
Includes a "Decision Tree" with guidelines for deciding when it is appropriate for planners to work with client's interior issues themselves and when it is appropriate to refer clients to or partner with coaches or therapists.
Praise for Facilitating Financial Health
"This is an essential handbook written by some of the most experienced and eloquent experts in the new field of Integrated Financial Planning. Reading Facilitating Financial Health is like taking a multi-day workshop with master facilitators. Each chapter contains fresh insights into client challenges and practical how-to s for facilitating positive change."
Susan Bradley, CFP
Founder of the Sudden Money Institute
"Facilitating Financial Health provides the knowledge, tools, and guidelines needed to be a catalyst of positive change. I highly recommend this book."
Carol Anderson, M.S.
Founder and President, Money Quotient
"Facilitating Financial Health is a book to help the helpers financial professionals, debt counselors, life coaches and psychotherapists to help their clients."
Richard Trachtman, Ph.D.
Director, MORE Services for MOney & RElationships
"If you want to help clients overcome destructive financial habits and dysfunctional belief systems, then this book will be an invaluable resource. A must read for all change agents!"
David B. Yeske, CFP
Past President, Financial Planning Association
"This is a must read for any professional helping a client on a life or money issue, as these issues are so intertwined."
Author of Financial DNA:
Discover Your Unique Financial Personality for a Quality Life
"No financial planner, money coach, debt counselor, or money therapist should be without this valuable resource."
April Lane Benson, Ph.D.
Founder, Stopping Overshopping, LLC
"Klontz, Kahler, and Klontz, regarded as pioneers in the field of money matters, offer us long overdue insights into helping our clients understand and change their self-destructive money behaviors.
Courtney Pullen, M.A., LPC
CEO, Pullen Consulting
"An exciting exploration of the interface between two dynamic fields finance and psychology."
Pat DeLeon, Ph.D., J.D.
Former President, American Psychological Association