Financial Therapy FAQ

If you're new to the world of financial therapy you probably have some questions. We have some answers.

What is Financial Therapy?

It combines financial planning services and mental health treatment. In other words, it centers on people’s relationship to money—all the anxieties, fears and hang-ups someone has around money. 


Why do I need a financial therapist?

Because they’ll get you thinking about the financial decisions you make, and why you make them. They’ll help you uncover the emotions and behaviors you have tied to money. 


What’s the difference between a financial therapist and a financial planner?

A financial therapist can guide you through your plans for savings and retirement, and help you process your feelings about money as you plan. The goal is to make you feel less stressed when thinking, talking and making decisions about money. If you’re looking for someone to help you with your portfolio, you’d probably benefit more from a financial planner. 


How much does it cost?

Everything you need to know about pricing can be found here. If you have any questions, send us an email and we’ll get right back to you.  

Can my partner and I see a financial therapist together?

Absolutely! We’re all about financial intimacy and know that relationships (and finances!) thrive when couples talk freely and honestly about money. 

How often should I see a financial therapist?

That’s up to you! You and your therapist will work together on a plan that suits your  needs, budget and schedule.