This guest lecture hits an important topic for all of us: how to stop worrying about money. Of course, we focus on the particulars of solos, those who are out on their own without a steady paycheck. But there is a psychology about money which is fascinating, how we live in judgment of others and how it impacts our actions and emotions day-to-day. Objectively, we have to meet our bills. But why do we worry when we are somewhat comfortable? Why will we share our most intimate feelings about various topics but feel the most vulnerable talking about money? Feel the most shame if we don’t seem to measure up. It’s all in this great guest lecture with the incomparable Karen Caffrey. Join us!
Here are links to Karen’s previous guest lectures: Are You ‘Rest’ Impaired?, Are You An Imposter?, Is Emotional and Physical Isolation As a Solo Killing You? and Embracing with the ‘F’ Word.
The audio is about 42 minutes. Listen directly below.
For over 20 years, Karen Caffrey, JD, LPC, has provided counseling to lawyers in her private psychotherapy practice. She helps people recover from anxiety and depression, stress, trauma and addictions, and helps them learn how to live more open-hearted, satisfying lives. Karen is also a mental health provider for the Connecticut lawyer’s assistance program. Prior to her career as a psychotherapist, she practiced law for a decade in a Fortune 100 corporation and a private law firm. She understands that even highly successful, capable people can face life challenges for which they need help. Karen writes “Adoptees Ask…“, a column at the Door Opener Magazine Online, and is a grassroots advocate for the civil rights of adult adoptees. And she writes a column here on the Solo Practice University® Blog.
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One comment on “How To Stop Worrying About Money. Guest Lecture with Karen Caffrey”
Karen is great. If you are reading this, you should listen to her.
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