Money and Meaning: New Ways to Have Conversations about Money with Your Clients - A Guide for Therapists, Coaches, and Other Professionals / Edition 1 available in Paperback
The first book of its kind to introduce a model to help you create conversations about money with your clients, Money and Meaning provides a framework and tools to provide a safe environment in which to have conversations and resolve conflicts. Written by a respected expert in business, financial, and relational issues, Money and Meaning is filled with useful case studies and helps you open the door to thoughtful conversations that explore and resolve money’s multiple meanings.
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Table of Contents
Peter Steinglass, Ackerman Institute
Preface: Talking about Money and Values xv
Introduction: The Money and Family Life Project at the Ackerman Institute 1
The Professional’s Toolbox
Chapter 1 Tools for Talking about Money and Values 13
Chapter 2 Using the Tools to Locate Yourself and Your Self-Awareness 29
Conversations about Money in the Relational Context
Chapter 3 Couples 47
Chapter 4 Parents of Children through Age 20 63
Chapter 5 Parents of Children 21 and Older 79
Chapter 6 Single Adults 93
Chapter 7 Life Transitions: Divorce, Illness, and Death 107
Appendix I Content Values Cards 127
Appendix II Process Values Cards 143
What People are Saying About This
"Judy Peck's insightful book gives families and their advisors a clear, pragmatic framework for discussing the complex, challenging topic of money, values and family dynamics."
—Melissa A. Berman, President & CEO, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc.
"Judith Stern Peck has broken the last taboo for families and their therapists. With a strong relational and family life cycle focus, she lifts money from mere pragmatics to a deeper exploration of the meaning and values beneath every financial decision in our lives. Creativity, sound judgment and compassion for people’s dilemmas infuse a work sure to be a resource for trainees and experienced therapists alike."
—Evan Imber-Black, Ph.D., Director, Center for Families and Health, Ackerman Institute for the Family; Editor, Family Process