Marin County CAMFT
Friday Lunchtime Program
April 12, 2013
Looking at Money Psychologically
Presented by: Kate Levinson, LMFT
Focusing on our inner relationship with money
illuminates much about who we are, our relationships with others, and the culture we live in. Besides being psychologically rich, money is an emotionally charged area of our lives, yet this issue is often neglected in our work with clients. Money confronts us all with a variety of challenges, especially when we assume responsibility and attempt to take control over our financial lives.
Our inner money life,
including a range of beliefs about the role money plays in our lives and feelings about being “rich” or “poor,” tends to work against us. Kate Levinson's fresh approach has the power to shift our beliefs and feelings into a different, positive direction. A newfound awareness of our history and relationship with money allows us to better deal with money anxieties, such as handling and enjoying money, solving money problems, and embracing more meaningful values.
Kate Levinson's objective
is to motivate us all to explore our money life more deeply, not only within our clients' psyches but also within our own.
: Lunchtime Lecture meetings include a formal networking period during which ONLY those members who wish to do so, may give a 30-45 second self-introduction and pitch about their practice. This is a great way to expand one's practice and learn about others’ specialties.
Friday, April 12, 2013
Networking is from 11:30 to 12:00 p.m.
Presentation begins at 12:00 pm and ends at 1:30 p.m.
$10 fee for attendees who want CEUs and are not Marin CAMFT members.
Corte Madera Town Center, Room 201 - 770 Tamalpais Drive, Corte Madera, CA (map
: For more information about the Friday Lunchtime Program Series and about joining the Committee, please contact the Chair, Nerina Cecchin