Discover the Transformative Power of Financial Therapy

Reshape Your Relationship with Money

We make financial decisions based 90% on emotion.

Yet traditional financial planners aren’t equipped to address the emotional roots of how clients deal with money, and mental health therapists can’t guide finances. 

Financial therapy happens at the intersection of these two fields.

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Financial Therapy Services by BrightUp

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Empower Your

Financial Future

Understanding your relationship with money is the first step towards financial health. BrightUp offers financial therapy sessions designed to:

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Understand the Emotional Roots of Your Financial Behaviors: Unpack the stories and emotions that shape your financial life.

Gain Clarity and Confidence: Achieve a clearer understanding of your money habits and the confidence to make sound financial decisions.

Navigate Life's Ups and Downs: Learn to manage financial stress with a sense of calm and resilience.

Foster Healthy Money Conversations: Enhance your ability to discuss finances constructively with loved ones.

Your Path to

Financial Empowerment

Starts Here

Connect with a vetted financial therapist for a supportive environment to explore and transform your relationship with money.

Whether it's achieving peace of mind, understanding your financial habits, or feeling empowered in your financial decisions, BrightUp Financial Therapy sessions are tailored to your unique needs and goals.



Navigate the complex intersection of money and emotion, offering you the guidance needed to thrive.



Engage in therapy in an atmosphere of power and abundance, and bring your whole self to the therapy process.



No matter your background, everyone can build wealth and achieve well-being, free from judgment and shame.


What exactly is financial therapy? How does it differ from financial planning or counseling?

Financial therapy blends emotional and behavioral psychology with financial counseling to address and improve your relationship with money. Unlike financial planning, which focuses on financial goals and strategies for achieving them, or financial counseling, which might address immediate financial crises and education, financial therapy delves deeper into the emotional and psychological aspects of your financial behaviors. It aims to uncover and heal financial traumas, resolve internal conflicts about money, and ultimately help you establish healthier financial habits and attitudes.

Who Can Benefit From Financial Therapy?

Financial therapy can be beneficial for anyone, regardless of their financial situation. Whether you're experiencing financial distress, feeling overwhelmed by financial decisions, struggling with the emotional weight of managing wealth, or simply seeking a healthier relationship with money, financial therapy can provide valuable insights and strategies. It helps increase understanding of the root causes of financial behaviors, leading to more mindful spending, saving, and investing habits. If you're curious about how your emotions and psychology influence your financial decisions, financial therapy could be an excellent resource.

 What should I expect in a typical financial therapy session?

In a typical financial therapy session, you can expect a safe, non-judgmental space where you can explore your financial beliefs, behaviors, and emotions. Initially, the therapist may ask about your financial history, goals, and current challenges to understand your unique situation. You'll explore your relationship with money, including any anxieties, traumas, or patterns that may be affecting your financial health. Techniques and exercises may vary, including discussions, reflective exercises, and practical budgeting or planning activities, tailored to your needs. The goal is to empower you with the tools and understanding to make healthier financial decisions aligned with your values and life goals.

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