Often, men are driven by the pursuit of money and measure their self-worth by money made and spent. Money affects almost all facets of a man’s life. Fears of not being a good enough breadwinner are part of a man’s subjective experience. The inner lives of men and their relationship to money are often unexamined and play out in some inauthentic ways. Careers, activities, time for self and family, sense of attractiveness, power dynamics and relationships, accrual of debt, and other inner and interpersonal dynamics are often shaped by the meaning and the actions taken in the pursuit of making and keeping money.
We invite you to join a group of men to share your stories about your relationship with money and the experiences and people who shaped this relationship. Together we will create a space in which you can envision a healthier and more authentic relationship with money. Whether you come by yourself or with a friend, this workshop balances thoughtful reflection and risk-taking with humor, fun, and an enthusiasm for deepening the relationships of all the participants in the group.
CE credit for psychologists;
CE credit for MFTs and LCSWs;