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Money Habits and Attitudes

Money is not a topic we like talking about. Many people say they find it easier to discuss sex.

It covers behavioral finance, economics, the psychology of money, microfinance, and various approaches to address money in different professions and contexts such as therapy, financial planning, money coaching, asset building, unbanked and underbanked populations, schools, youth programs, marriage, premarriage and relationship programs, community and military programs, career counseling, bankruptcy, credit and debt counseling, home buying, housing, and financial education in faith-based communities.

We’ll also explore innovative ways people tackle tough topics, especially discussing money, and behavior change strategies around money and overlapping relationships, career, and communication skills.