What
    Where

    Financial Therapy helps those that experience fear, anxiety or stress related to finances. There is a broad spectrum of focus areas in which I can assist as well as example clients on my website korufinancialtherapy.com. As well, I offer 90 minute one-off Strength sessions for those that have a good relationship with their money but may be facing a crossroads that may be impeding their financial health.

    Q What is the difference between regular therapy and financial therapy?

    I am a therapist first and foremost but have a good relationship, education and background with money. I feel comfortable speaking on a range of financial topics and understand how money impacts individuals, relationships and small businesses. Equally, I address and can treat underlying stress, anxiety or fear that may cause adverse financial behaviors.

    Q What is the difference between a Financial Therapist and a Financial Planner

    My role as a Financial Therapist is to focus on the emotions surrounding money and to explore the relationship. A Financial Planner is certified to provide financial advice.

    Issues

    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Financial Therapy

    Languages

    • Spanish

    Insurance

    • No Insurance Accepted

    Approach

    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    • Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
    • Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy