bio: Sarah loves helping clients discover how they can pay down debt and save more, and at the same time live in a way that meets their deepest needs. Due to the time difference between New Zealand and the American Continent, Sarah is able to offer US and Canadian clients phone appointments in the evening and on Sundays.
bio: Sandy is dedicated to helping her clients gain financial harmoney by using a practical and compassionate approach as a certified Financial RecoverySM Counselor/Money Coach. She works nationwide by telephone with individuals, couples, teachers and small business owners. As a retired teacher, she draws on her background in education to encourage and instill confidence in clients.
bio: Lauren Spelman is dedicated to helping her clients transform their relationships with money. A successful business owner for over 20 years, Lauren transformed her own life through the principles and tools taught by the Financial Recovery Institute. She knows firsthand how greater clarity and a positive relationship with money can free one from certain spending and saving cycles.
bio: Nomi offers you 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist along with her deep understanding of how we relate to money. Your work will be a collaborative process guiding you towards your unique financial foundation, making possible the freedom to choose more for your life now and into the future. You will learn concrete skills to manage your money along with getting to know yourself more deeply.
bio: Mikelann Valterra, MA, is the co-founder of MoneyMinderOnline. For over 20 years she’s been coaching women on how to design a life they truly love, by transforming their relationship with money. She helps her clients get an emotional handle on their money, understand the practical, and exit the “money fog” forever. If you are tired of financial anxiety and long to feel great about your money life, call her.
bio: Since 2010, Carrie Friedberg, MA, has been guiding people on a path to lasting financial freedom through a holistic coaching process. With an extensive background in education, yoga and psychology, Carrie teaches clients how to create a framework for making conscious, guilt-free financial decisions. When relevant, clients address family history and imbalances such as debt, and emotional spending.
bio: Megan is dedicated to transforming financial anxiety into financial assurance. Having worked in the past as a bookkeeper, she is keenly aware of the challenges that emerge for the self-employed. She provides a supportive space for her clients to explore the emotions that may reside at the root of these challenges, and the practical approaches to address them.
bio: Afraid to call because of how bad your situation is? Don’t be. Lisa’s was probably much worse. Having lived the life of a would-be client she can relate to whatever you are thinking now. Life experiences aside, she also spent 20+ years working in the finance industry prior to becoming a counselor. Together you’ll take a mirror to your money and get clarity about where you are right now.
bio: Jean is drawn to financial recovery counseling because of her compassionate observation of the stress and disabling effects of money challenges on the lives of honest, kind and courageous people. With 30 years experience in small business accounting and her desire to share her strengths in money management, she guides her clients through a proven Financial Recovery process.
bio: Heather Reid's goal is to move women gently through their shame and fear around money so they can feel in control and confident in their money choices. She teaches women the skills to establish a stable financial foundation and create a plan for supporting and achieving what they value most. If you are ready to get clear on what is working for you and change what is not, visit her website for a free consult.
bio: Having been a psychotherapist for the past 10 years, Danielle Ray holds a firm belief that money and psychology cannot be separated. Money issues are where the symbolic/emotional meets the concrete. Realizing the limitation of solely working from a psychological perspective, she became trained as Financial Recovery Counselor.
bio: With a background in Wealth Management and Relationship Development, Morgan is proud to offer a life-changing experience that will bring you a ton of relief, excitement and hope. She is ready to help you pay off your debt, build up some savings and secure your financial future . Morgan absolutely loves this work and is extremely committed to your success. Contact her today to see what's possible.
bio: Donna facilitates clients toward a healthy and positive relationship with money through a holistic counseling process. Clients are guided to align their income, spending, and savings with their core values to gain financial well-being. Donna knows how to live debt free, save for the future, and has over 30 years of experience in finance and cash flow management.
bio: With a career background in Human Resources and a specialty in employee benefits focusing on financial wellness, Jessica’s commitment to empowering others to find their financial freedom has spanned over 20 years. As a Financial Recovery Counselor and Money Coach, Jessica works with individuals and couples on how to spend their money based on not only how they NEED to spend it but also how they WANT to spend it. She has a passion for helping individuals become financially well.
bio: Sue Holm is a litigator with 30 years’ experience in both private and public practice; small firms and large. As a Certified Financial Recovery Counselor, Sue helps attorneys and other professionals understand their relationship with money and get a handle on their finances. Using the Financial Recovery process Sue teaches the mechanics of effective money management and helps clients to discover and resolve the underlying causes of money dysfunction, such as under-earning, unconscious spending, and more.