Webinar 2017-301: Spenders and Savers: Conflict and Resolutions Strategies

DATE RECORDED: March 3, 2017

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Information about this webinar: 

  • Financial problems are consistently reported as a top stressor for Americans and a top contributor to couple financial conflict. Evidence suggests that money arguments are less related to the amount of family income and more related to conflict about how decisions regarding the allocation of that family income are made. This presentation will review how spending personality plays a role in the allocation of household resources and ultimate conflict. Strategies for resolving conflict will be addressed.
    • AFC® - Application has been approved for one (1) hour of AFC® credit.
    • CFP® - Application has been approved for one (1) hour of CFP® credit.
    • Mental Health CEUs  Application has been approved for (1) hour of LMFT, LMHC, LCSW credits through the Florida Board.
  • Target Audience: This webinar is designed primarily for experienced practitioners in both of the following fields of practice and in academia:
    • Financial Professionals
    • Mental Health Professionals
  • Cost: $30 Non-members, $15 Members, $10 Student Members
  • Levels: This session is best suited for bachelors, masters and/or doctoral prepared attendees.
  • At the end of this session, the Participants should be able to:
    • Identify saving and spending money personality styles.
    • Understand how money personality contributes to financial conflict.

About the Presenter - Sonya Britt, Ph.D., CFP®

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Sonya Britt, Ph.D.,  CFP® is an Associate Professor of Personal Financial Planning at Kansas State University and a Certified Financial PlannerTM. Britt has devoted her research to the area of financial therapy utilizing her educational background in marriage and family therapy (M.S.) and financial planning (Ph.D.).  Britt’s research has focused on the predictors of money arguments and their influence on relationship satisfaction and divorce and has been referenced in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Kiplinger’s, and Yahoo! Finance to name a few. Her developmental work in the emerging field of financial therapy is summarized in Financial Therapy: Theory, Research, and Practice with co-editors Drs. Brad Klontz and Kristy Archuleta. Relationship dynamics are influenced by physiological stress, in which Britt’s research has been featured in the New York Times and Investment News, among others. Britt is co-editor of another book with Dr. Dorothy Durband, Student Financial Literacy: Campus-Based Program Development, which leads readers through the process of developing or enhancing financial literacy programs for college students. Britt’s work at the financial counseling centers at Texas Tech University and Kansas State University have guided her effectiveness of financial counseling research agenda.

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