Kate Levinson, Ph.D., has been a psychotherapist for more than 25 years and has led Emotional Currency workshops about women's emotional relationship to money since 2000. Additionally, Dr. Levinson currently works with individuals and couples in her private practice as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in San Rafael, California. She has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and is on the supervising and teaching faculty at the Psychotherapy Institute in Berkeley, California and is a co-owner of an independent bookstore.
An infrequent blog of bits and pieces about our emotional relationship with, and direct experience of, money in our lives. Why is it that our relationship with money is not often thought of in terms of psychology? Why is it that money is not more of a topic of interest in clinical psychology? We often overlook and undervalue the ways we relate to money emotionally. This blog, my workshops, and "Emotional Currency" is about bringing more of a balance to our thinking about money by including our personal emotional and psychological responses to money in our lives.