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Talvez suas finanças estejam equilibradas, mas você ainda não consiga controlar sua ansiedade em relação ao dinheiro. Talvez as desavenças sobre os gastos o estejam afastando de seu cônjuge, ou, quem sabe, você tenha dificuldade em falar sobre dinheiro com seus filhos ou outros membros da família. Quer você esteja enfrentando problemas em lidar com seus investimentos ou apenas lutando para que o salário dure até o fim do mês, saiba de uma coisa: você não é o único.
Com anos de experiência ajudando pessoas a resolverem seus problemas financeiros, os Klontzes afirmam que as doze disfunções financeiras mais comuns, como infidelidade financeira, compulsão por compras ou dificuldade em poupar, têm solução. Eles ensinam como identificá-las, descobrir suas causas e superá-las.
Se você quer tomar decisões financeiras melhores e saber como lidar com os desafios econômicos atuais, "A mente acima do dinheiro" lhe ajudará a ter uma vida financeira saudável.
As Drs. Brad and Ted Klontz, a father and son team of pioneers in the emerging field of financial psychology explain, our disordered relationships with money aren’t our fault. They don’t stem from a lack of knowledge or a failure of will. Instead, they are a product of subconscious beliefs and thought patterns, rooted in our childhoods, that are so deeply ingrained in us, they shape the way we deal with money our entire adult lives. But we are not powerless. By looking deep into ourselves and our pasts, we can learn to recognize these negative and self-defeating patterns of thinking, and replace them with better, healthier ones.
Drawing on their decades of experience helping patients resolve their troubling issues with money, the Klontzes and describe the twelve most common “money disorders” - like financial infidelity, money avoidance, compulsive shopping, financial enabling, and more — and explain how we can learn to identify them, understand their root causes, and ultimately overcome them.
So whether you want to learn how to make better financial decision, have more open communication with your spouse or kids about the family finances, or simply be better equipped to deal with the challenges of these tough economic times, this book will help you repair your dysfunctional relationship with money and live a healthier financial life.
Money-related stress dates as far back as concepts of money itself. Formerly it may have waxed and waned in tune with the economy, but today more individuals are experiencing financial mental anguish and self-destructive behavior regardless of bull or bear markets, recessions or boom periods. From a fringe area of psychology, financial therapy has emerged to meet increasingly salient concerns.
Financial Therapy is the first full-length guide to the field, bridging theory, practical methods, and a growing cross-disciplinary evidence base to create a framework for improving this crucial aspect of clients' lives. Its contributors identify money-based disorders such as compulsive buying, financial hoarding, and workaholism, and analyze typical early experiences and the resulting mental constructs ("money scripts") that drive toxic relationships with money. Clearly relating financial stability to larger therapeutic goals, therapists from varied perspectives offer practical tools for assessment and intervention, advise on cultural and ethical considerations, and provide instructive case studies. A diverse palette of research-based and practice-based models meets monetary mental health issues with well-known treatment approaches, among them:
- Cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused therapies.
- Collaborative relationship models.
- Experiential approaches.
- Psychodynamic financial therapy.
- Feminist and humanistic approaches.
A text that serves to introduce and define the field as well as plan for its future, Financial Therapy is an important investment for professionals in psychotherapy and counseling, family therapy, financial planning, and social policy.