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  • Bringing Money Into the Conversation, Guide for Professionals, My Money Habitudes workbook and two decks of cards
  • A companion for professionals using Money Habitudes cards in classes and counseling, the Guide for Professionals contains suggested uses, detailed interpretation notes and special information for therapists and counselors.
  • A one-of-a-kind resource, this book offers practical information and tips for professionals working with clients with money issues. It can be used as a valuable resource and reference and is used independently of Money Habitudes cards.
  • The workbook provides guided exercises to be used by a client with a professional or as an activity to be completed on one's own. The workbook is designed to be used along with Money Habitudes cards.
  • Award-winning Money Habitudes cards make it fun and easy to talk about the difficult topic of money. The hands-on cards are more engaging than a worksheet or just Q&A. The adult version, shown here, is designed for ages 25 and older -- although it is written at an easy-to-understand 5th grade level.
  • Money Habitudes II is desigedn for young adults, ages 18-25. This is typically college students, military clients, and those new to the workforce.
  • Money Habitudes for Teens is usually used with those in high school, or ages 15-18.
  • Hábitos Monetarios is the Spanish translation of Money Habitudes. It was originally designed for adults.
  • Each deck of Money Habitudes cards contains sorting cards, statement cards, interpretation cards and instructions and suggested uses. The Guide for Professionals expands significantly on the uses and interpretation material found in each deck.
  • The durable, high-quality cards are printed on both sides.
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Product Description

This special package includes four tools to help counselors and therapists work with clients around money issues:

Now, save 30% by purchasing the materials together and get a complete toolkit to better communicate with clients regarding money issues.

With two decks of Money Habitudes cards, you can do the fun, hands-on activity with one or two people (e.g., spouses, siblings, etc.). It helps people understand their habits, attitudes and emotions around money, including family of origin influences. It starts great, non-judgmental conversations that often naturally lead to goal-setting, conflict resolution strategies or budgeting.

Although basic instructions and interpretation cards are included in each deck of cards, the Guide for Professionals offers significantly more information about using and getting value from the cards.

The workbook can be given to clients to fill in while working with them, or as a take-home piece to do on their own.

Finally, Bringing Money Into the Conversation, is a unique how-to book written specifically for therapists and counselors. A quick, practical read, it's filled with tons of helpful hints and tips, 20 icebreakers, activities, handouts and forms to better broach the taboo topic of money. It also contains specific advice from noted counseling experts about how to work with specific populations, including:

  • Unreasonable Risk Takers (Ted Klontz, PhD)
  • Wealthy Clients (Szifra Birke, MS, LMHC)
  • Trauma Survivors (Donna Bundy, LCSW)
  • the Working Poor (Saundra Davis, MSFP)