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Money and Psychotherapy

A Guide for Mental Health Professionals

For psychotherapists interested in helping their clients tackle the number 1 source of stress in America, Money and Psychotherapy is a must read. From setting fees to helping clients uncover and resolve their money issues, Dr. Trachtman has created an essential resource, which belongs on every psychotherapist's bookshelf.

—Brad Klontz, PsyD.

former president of the Hawaii Psychological Association, associate research professor in personal financial planning at Kansas State University, and co-author of Mind Over Money: Overcoming the Money Disorders that Threaten Our Financial Health


Richard Tracthman joins the handful of us who believe that money is an important issue to explore in the clinical space. This exploration provides a dimension of meaning that often remains untapped therapeutically. Trachtman implores therapists to engage in the conversation as a means to opening up the multiple layers of understanding. This enhances the therapeutic process for both therapist and client.

Judith Stern Peck

Director, Money and Family Life Project
Ackerman Institute for the Family, New York
Author of Money and Meaning: New Ways to Have Conversations with Clients about Money