Creating a deeper awareness of your relationship with money brings a greater sense of well-being.
Learning a new approach to money in your life means:
- Discerning what money can and cannot provide (and why)
- Discovering your unconscious relationship with money
- Exploring ways to regulate anxiety and finding new understandings
This is the first of a series of discussions about money -- probably unlike any you’ve had before. Making, saving, and investing money are only the first steps in creating a life filled with a sense of meaning and success around wealth. The real key to increased financial freedom rests in learning a healing orientation to money that limits anxiety and promotes well-being.
About Susan Belchamber
Susan Belchamber holds graduate degrees in International Relations and Economics as well as Psychotherapy and has been oscillating between her research and practice in psychology and economics throughout her career in government (USTR and GAO), as an international trade consultant in the UK, as well as her work in private practice and group facilitation. Susan’s current work focuses on promoting positive personal and cultural change, often blocked by collective and intergenerational trauma, with specific focus on healing our relationship to money while envisioning new economic possibilities that we co-create together.