Dr. Meghaan Lurtz is a Professor at Kansas State University where she teaches courses for the Advanced Financial Planning Certificate Program, a lecturer at Columbia University where she teaches Financial Psychology, an undergraduate adjunct professor through the University of Maryland system in their CFP program, and a writer and Senior Research Associate with Kitces.com, a financial planning blog. She is also a past president of the Financial Therapy Association.

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Time Codes:
(2:09) – Welcoming Meghaan.
(2:29) – What is the Financial Therapy Association?
(5:05) – Where are we in the spectrum of how we think about money?
(13:14) – Why are we so bad with money?
(19:40) – Who do we call when we have psychological money questions?
(23:27) – Is there a right mindset for money?
(26:36) – How do we start to identify our own issues with money?
(38:34) – Do you have recommendations to help people with shame around money?
(45:12) – What are some tips you can offer to get on the path and stay on the path to dealing with money shame?
(53:58) – What are you sick of talking about?
(55:28) – What are you most excited to talk about?
(58:46) – What is the purpose of money?