Three evenings of transforming your relationship to money
Thursdays: February 8th, 15th, & 22nd, 6:30-8 pm
$20 each, or all three classes for $55
Registration required; registration by calling 412-621-4126 or visit Classes & Workshops.
Every decision we make we consider money. Every. Single. Decision. In this three workshop series with Patricia Boswell, LPC, we will explore our money story, our relationship to money, and how we can learn to have a healthy relationship with our money.
We will explore this important topic through the use of experiential exercises that are intended to pique your interest, deepen your awareness, and challenge your status quo. "Homework" will be suggested between meetings to sustain and build insights and "aha" moments.
Registration will be limited, as we want to keep this a small group so that we can talk openly with one another, sharing from our places of vulnerability and heart. We are not alone in our confusion and distrust of money. This is a no shame zone!
Three consecutive nights will build on each other, so attending all three is suggested. However, if this is not possible, come to as many as you are able!
February 8th: Your Money Story
Do you know you have a money story? We all do. It is often the silent narrative that drives the way we think about money, feel about money, and spend/save money. What is your story?
February 15th: Your Relationship to Money
Your money loves you. Can you say the same? Or is it never enough? Never takes you any place nice. Doesn't call. And you break up at the end of each month. Our money stories inform our relationship to money. Challenge your story! Change your story! Improve your relationship to your money.
February 22nd: Love Your Money
Really? Really! Fall in love! How do you feel in a committed, deep, trustworthy relationship? Happy? Safe? Important? You can your money can feel this way about each other too.
Patricia Boswell is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been in private practice for over 30 years. She has specialized in women's issues throughout her career, running workshops, groups, and offering individual therapy. Her interest in financial therapy began as a result of having to look at her own relationship to money due to ending a marriage of 23 years. To learn more about Patricia, visit her website www.patriciaboswell.com or her blog www.beingboswell.com