KSFY Action News: "Breaking Bad Money Habits," Oct 7, 2008

Published on 07 October 2008 by | Category: News

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There’s a one of a kind residential treatment center outside Nashville, Tennessee.. that treats “money disorders” for people of all incomes, gamblers, shopaholics… you name it. Doctor Ted Klontz… puts patients through what you might call “money re-hab”; intense group counseling, role playing and even a little generic financial planning advice. What is a money […]

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Money Troubles? Try Rehab

Published on 06 October 2008 by | Category: News

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Thanks in part to the country’s anemic economy, some consumers are finding themselves in need of a sort of money therapy. Now rehabilitation no longer focuses only on things like substance abuse and relationship troubles, for some patients it’s literally all about the money. (Read More)

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ABC News: "Money Troubles? Try Rehab," Oct 6, 2008

Published on 06 October 2008 by | Category: News

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“They drew my farm and they did every year, 2003, 2004, 2005 and they said, ‘If you continue on the path you are, spending at the rate you are,’ and they would clip off the land. And by the time we got to 2010 or something, I had no more land left,” Judd said. Judd […]

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What may be of greater help to your family’s stressed state is psychological help, indicates the study, published recently inPsychological Services, a psychology journal. The study was conducted by Bradley T. Klontz, Alex Bivens, Paul T. Klontz, Joni Wada and Richard Kahler. Unfortunately, the only money disorder that the psychology profession typically recognizes as problematic […]

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“This is a dangerous time,” said Brad Klontz, a financial psychologist who is one of the authors of a study published this month in the journal Psychological Services that examines the state and treatment of money disorders. “And when people come for help around money, it goes so much deeper than what is in their […]

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“This is a dangerous time,” said Brad Klontz, a financial psychologist who is one of the authors of a study published this month in the journal Psychological Services that examines the state and treatment of money disorders. “And when people come for help around money, it goes so much deeper than what is in their […]

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Ted and Brad Klontz, father and son psychologists who specialize in treating financial behavior issues, say that clients are often referred by financial planners and other professionals who have tried to help and have “run out of tools,” said Brad Klontz, president of the Hawaii Psychological Association. Klontz was drawn to the field after he […]

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For others, though, especially those not close to retirement, the trauma of losing a job and the uncertainty in its wake can be devastating. That is particularly true for Wall Street workers, psychologists say, because their colleagues, family members and neighbors typically consider them to be financially secure. “Since they are expected to be experts, […]

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U.S. Loses 20K Jobs but Some Are Merchants of Misfortune

Published on 02 May 2008 by | Category: News

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