Financial Therapy Defined

Financial therapy is a process informed by both therapeutic and financial competencies that helps people think, feel, and behave differently with money to improve overall well-being through evidence-based practices and interventions.

 With this combined approach informed by both therapeutic and financial competencies, financial therapists are equipped to help people reach their financial goals by thoughtfully addressing financial challenges, while at the same time, attending to the emotional, psychological, behavioral, and relational hurdles that are intertwined.

Become a Member of the Financial Therapy Association and join a dynamic group of professionals and scholars. Help us continue the important work of building this new field!

Benefits of Membership:

  • Receive the newest issues of the The Journal of Financial Therapy publication right to your inbox
  • Grow your practice and media exposure through the Financial Therapy Network tool
  • Obtain discounts on FTA’s conference events
  • Explore interesting monthly webinars at a discounted rate
  • Engage with other FTA Members in the Members-only Community Forum
  • Impact others by helping develop the growing field of Financial Therapy
  • Gain access to financial therapy tools and resources
  • Serve on collaborative and passionate committees

Join

If you are a Professional, join for $135 here:

Membership Application - PROFESSIONAL

 

If you are a Student, join for $50 here:

Membership Application - STUDENT

 

If you are a retiree, join for $65 here:

Membership Application - RETIREE

 

In addition, as a Professional member, you can elect to be listed on the “Find a Financial Therapist” directory for an additional $100.

To Contact the home office:
Kathy Martin - [email protected]
(609) 799-4900