THE EMOTIONAL-FINANCIAL FITNESS SERIES
YOUR FINANCIAL WELL-BEING CAN IMPROVE!
“Cultivating financial prosperity through psychological awareness”
Presented by Natalie R. Gidney-Cole, LCSW, certified financial social worker
- Do you ever feel as if having more money would solve your troubles?
- Are you experiencing life transitions that are impacting your finances (job loss, illness, divorce)?
- Are you motivated to improve your “money mental health?”
If you answered “yes” to any of the above, this group is for you:
During this three part series group participants will:
- Examine your historical relationship with money
- Understand the process of change & commit to it
- Develop a plan for meeting YOUR goals
This therapy group is a great opportunity to receive support, learn coping skills, and change your financial behaviors. It is also economical: you pay $55 per session or a discounted rate of $50 per session when you pay for all 3 by the first session.
For additional information or to preserve your space, please contact the Armstrong Center for Hope at (919) 418-1718. We are located at The Highgate Centre at 5315 Highgate Dr., Suite 102, Durham, NC 27713. You can learn more about our staff and services atwww.armstrongcfh.com.
Therapy Group at The Armstrong Center for Hope
5315 Highgate Dr., Suite 102
Durham, NC 27713
If you are: intuitive, & empathic, sensitive to light, noise, sound, smells, temperature; affected by the energy & emotions of others; more emotional than others you know; someone who needs adequate rest and time alone; conscientious; someone who processes information deeply; often feeling that you are different from “everyone else”; highly imaginative; seen by others as shy; sensitive to criticism; or someone who avoids violent movies/TV shows –
You may be a highly sensitive person (HSP)! According to psychologist Dr. Elaine Aron, only 15-20% of the population are highly sensitive. Because we are the minority, it can be a common experience for an HSP to ask themselves, “What’s wrong with me?” Next time you find yourself asking that question, try asking, “What is my intuition telling me?” Learning to love yourself and silencing your inner critic are important steps in using your sensitivity as an asset, rather than letting it be a liability.
HarDarshan Khalsa, a therapist at The Armstrong Center for Hope specializes in counseling clients who are highly sensitive. Her goal is that you experience your sensitivity as a strength and a gift.
This therapy group is a great opportunity to receive support and learn coping skills. It is also economical: $40 per each 1 ½ hour session, with a discount of $35 per session when you pay for all 6 sessions up front. Pre-registration required. Call (919) 418-1718