Dear therapists, coaches, and financial professionals,

Sometimes there are these interesting moments that happen when you’re working with your clients.

 

In those moments when challenging money emotions come up for your clients, a small, quiet, but annoyingly persistent voice starts whispering in the background of your mind.

 

Maybe you’re in a therapy session with a client, sitting in comfy chairs, Kleenex box at the ready, gently helping them work through how to have more compassionate money conversations with their mom.

 

Maybe you’re in a financial coaching session with a client who is struggling to understand why they can’t stop overspending, while you’re wondering how you could help them process the psychological side of their money patterns.

 

Or maybe you’re in a financial planning meeting with a couple, reviewing their financial projections for the future. You’re helping them figure out how much they need to save and invest if they want to retire in 20 years, when one of them literally starts hyperventilating from anxiety. (Part of you wonders if you need to get a therapist degree.)

 

When moments like this happen with your clients, you use all the skills you’ve gathered in your toolbox to help them find their way through the overwhelming storm of money emotions. Which is to say, you’re doing the best you can with the tools you’ve got and all the compassionate encouragement you have to give.

 

But, deep down inside, something feels…off.

 

That nagging voice at the back of your mind is louder now, full of shame and self-doubt -

“How can I sit here as the supposed expert and help them through these money problems when I haven’t really worked through the emotional and psychological side of my own money issues?”

It’s a question that seems to get a little heavier the longer you sit with it.

 

These big money emotions and unhealthy money patterns keep coming up for your clients and you want to be able to help them. At the same time, you have your own money emotions and unconscious money habits to work through, and you haven’t done that yet (because, honestly, you don’t really know how)

 

Here’s the thing, though: the fact that you don’t have the proper tools to help your clients navigate their money emotions, or that you haven’t fully faced your own money work, is absolutely not your fault.

 

Look back at the training you received in college, or any other dedicated training program you took to acquire the skills and knowledge needed in your line of work.

 

Was there ever a comprehensive class that took you on a deep journey into how to work through the emotions around money? Or the psychology of money? Or how money influences our lives, our relationships, and our communities?

 

No. There wasn’t. Because we live in a world that doesn’t talk about money. We simply are not taught how to work with money or our emotions around money, not at home or in school when we’re growing up, nor in any colleges or universities when we’re preparing for our careers.

 

How we relate to money is an area of life that affects every other area of our lives. What could be more important than learning to understand the psychology of money and how we can work with our money emotions?

 

It’s vitally important, and yet schools everywhere leave this out of their education plans.

 

That, right there, is a glaring omission that sets so many of us up to carry unhealthy - and unnecessary - guilt, shame, and fear around money.

 

In a way though, the fact that you haven’t fully learned how to work with difficult and overwhelming money emotions is a hidden blessing.

 

Why? Because every one of your clients likely has a similar problem. Next to no one gets even the most basic training on how to create a healthy relationship with money.

 

You know exactly what that’s like, and the problems it can cause in life, relationships, and in business, because you’ve been going through your own version of these challenges all along.

 

Fortunately, there’s now a way for you to learn how to bring more compassionate awareness and understanding to your relationship with money.

 

And there’s a way for you to learn how to take that knowledge and bring it to your clients so you can help them do the same thing in their own lives.

The Art of Money Mentorship Program

Have you ever had the thought as a therapist, coach, or financial professional that “there just isn’t a safe space for you to do your own money work?”

 

This program is an answer to that problem. It’s an intimate learning experience with me and the other members of the community.

 

It’s an environment where you can finally step into a safe, contained space to not only do your own personal money work, but to also be in a community of other therapists and financial professionals who are doing the same work.

 

But that’s just half of what this mentorship program is about. The other half is designed to give you support in finding ways to bring the tools from the Art of Money methodology into your work with clients.

 

We’re going to infuse your relationship with money with wisdom, practices, and hands-on tools that empower you to guide your clients through the journey of aligning their finances with their deepest values.

 

Doing that will help you help your clients change the very nature of how they relate to money.

 

And that? Will make you stand out in the sea of sameness that exists in your industry.

 

There just aren’t many therapists or financial professionals who are equipped to help people with the deeper emotional, psychological issues that come up around money.

 

Colleges and universities are just launching graduates out into the world without these skills.

 

And that’s not likely to change anytime soon, unfortunately.

 

What’s important for you, however, is that you can finally get this kind of training and support for your career.

 

Having these money skills in your toolbox will not only allow you to help more clients on a deeper level, it can also bring you more clients as you start to get a reputation for being able to help people through their “money issues.”

 

I created this Art of Money Mentorship program to close the gap between your traditional training and what’s actually happening in sessions with your clients when money issues come up.

The Art of Money Mentorship Program Experience

This mentorship program is a four month journey with loads of weekly mentoring and support directly from me, guest mentors, and our mentor guides.

 

It runs from June 1st through September 30th, 2022.

 

It will be a safe space for therapists, coaches, and financial professionals to share stories, support each other, cross-pollinate, and go deep-soul diving into the realms of this money work.

 

The content of the program is rooted in the three phases of my Art of Money methodology – Money Healing, Money Practices, and Money Maps - but we’ll go much deeper into each of these areas.

 

The journey I’ll guide you on will integrate my training in somatic therapy, lessons I’ve learned over two decades of teaching the Art of Money methodology to over 5,000 people, doing hundreds of private financial therapy sessions, and growing a successful online business.

 

At its core, this work blends emotional literacy with financial literacy and infuses mindfulness, creativity, and personal ritual into the practices that make up the Art of Money path.

 

It’s those things that we’ll focus on going deeper into in this program, both for you in your personal life, as well as how to support your clients in doing this kind of deep money work in their lives.

The Structure of the Program

The Art of Money Mentorship Program experience includes:

  • Four Months of Mentor Support from June 1st - September 31
  • Weekly Group Calls (16 calls in total) to guide you through my approach and methodology with enough structure to support your growth (and plenty of room to be curious, spontaneous, and inspired). We’ll connect over Zoom so that you can see me, I can see you, and we can all show up together as a group. (topics covered in the calls listed below)
  • Personal Mentorship from me to guide, encourage, and support you along the way on our weekly group calls and in the private forum.
  • Guest Mentors from a few of my dearest colleagues to help support us with topics like somatic trauma work, pricing, visibility and how to bring financial therapy practices to your clients. Every 4th call (out of 16 total) will be hosted by one of the Guest Mentors.
  • Private Members Only Forum. A safe, welcoming space to explore ideas, ask questions, and connect with a support network of your peers. This forum will serve as our community hub where we’ll share stories, resources, and expertise, cross-pollinating across fields and specialties to empower personal and professional growth. (we will be hosting the forum in Circle!)
  • Art of Money Mentor Guides to help run the community both in the community forum and behind the scenes.
  • Complete Access to the Art of Money Content. Get immediate access to my comprehensive methodology and all 12 Financial Therapy modules in one convenient portal exclusively for the mentorship community.
  • Founding member perks! (Stay tuned for more details!)

Mentor Call Schedule

There will be 16 mentor calls in total.
The Zoom calls will be hosted on Thursdays at 11 am MDT and are 90 minutes long each.

 

June 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd (skip 30th)
July 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th
August 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th
September 1st, 8th, 22nd, 29th (skip 15th)

 

**You will get recordings of all the Zoom calls, so if you can’t make any of them, you are covered and can listen later**

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I’m a Financial Therapist and have a Masters degree in Somatic Psychology. I am also the founder of The Art of Money, a year-long money school.

 

I earned my Masters degree from Naropa University, working in the mental health field and the bereavement side of Hospice for over a decade. Then, I ran a bookkeeping business for therapists, coaches and artists and realized my mission was to merge emotional literacy with financial literacy.

 

In 2001, I created my first Financial Therapy methodology and have been teaching it in small to large groups for 21 years. I am also the author of The Art of Money: A Life-Changing Guide to Financial Happiness and The Art of Money Workbook.

 

My work has been featured on Oprah.com, Inc.com, US News & World Report, Reuters Money, The Fiscal Times, USA Today, The Cut, Girlboss, Nerd Wallet, Real Simple, MindBodyGreen, and Redbook. I’ve also been featured on the covers of Experience Life and Mindful magazines and have spoken at the Women In The World Conference.

The Three Phases of My Art of Money Methodology

If you’re not familiar with the Art of Money methodology yet, here’s a brief overview of the foundation of this work, which unfolds in the three phases.

 

The Art of Money methodology forms the foundation of the mentorship program (though we’ll go further beyond these three phases.)

 

This is work that you’ll be guided through, but also work that you’ll guide clients through if they’re interested in benefiting from doing this work themselves.

Phase 1: Money Healing

We start by bringing compassionate curiosity to our emotions, patterns, and unique money story. Here we un-shame the past, claim our value, and learn to write a new chapter. We create intimate, safe spaces for money work, solo, with your honey, BFF, or whoever you want to share this journey with. We learn mind and body-based practices to support our journey and ensure we are working with self-care, acceptance, and love along the way.

 

Explore deep money healing, forgiveness, and empowerment

Learn to identify the patterns and emotions that come up for you around money

Practice somatic (body-based) tools to help you work with these challenging emotions

Bring presence and honesty to your money story and bring it into the light.

Understand the nuanced and complex influences of your family conditioning, personality, culture, and socio-economic factors driving your money patterns

Create your own personal money rituals inviting more clarity, awareness, and acceptance

Phase 2: Money Practices

Here, we learn a new way to interact with money as a nurturing self-care practice. We empower ourselves by learning the language of money, gathering practical tools, implementing bookkeeping systems, tracking money as it flows in and out and around, infusing the nuts and bolts with a sense of fun and adventure. We take our relationship with money deeper as we learn to have Money Dates and bring intention and mindfulness to our earning, spending, saving, gifting, and debt.

 

Identify your deepest values — and how to align your habits of earning, spending, saving, and gifting with what matters most to you.

Achieve new awareness with your money habits and patterns. Learn to make the changes you want with less resistance and more ease.

 Learn how to have meaningful, compassionate, and inspiring money dates with yourself.

Empower your financial savvy by learning the language of money and a bookkeeping system that works for you and your life.

Create personal money self-care practices to support you daily, weekly, monthly, and on a yearly basis.

Explore values-based bookkeeping to transform money management into a more personal, meaningful, and creative practice.

Learn about the different roles of a Financial Support Team (what’s the difference between Bookkeepers, Accountants, Financial Therapists, Financial Coaches, and Financial Planners? A lot).

Phase 3: Money Maps

Step into a more personal way to track your needs and manage your money without ever using a dusty old “budget” again. Here, we create maps of intention, learn to make good money decisions (and what that even means to each of us), and how to navigate the financial challenges or money curveballs, that life throws our way. Here we go deep-soul diving to identify how money can best support our unfolding lives and crafting annual money practices to empower your dreams.

Explore your most cherished hopes, dreams, and goals for this beautiful life.

Honor the phase of life you are in, what phase you are moving into, and how this shapes and influences your money journey.

Practice gratitude in the present moment while planning for the future.

Learn how to create a 3-tier Money Map integrating your real-life numbers with your dreams, goals, and values.

Discover tools to help you make solid money decisions whether you’re facing small, medium, or larger, life-changing purchases.

Refine your financial approach to Earning, Spending, Giving, Debt Repayment, Saving, and Investing.

The Art of Money Mentorship Program will create a safe space for therapists, coaches, and financial professionals to learn how to do their own personal money work, how to work with money emotions and money stories on a personal and professional level, and how to integrate supportive, body-based practices as an integral part of this journey.

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It's been amazing for me to work with Bari over the last decade.

 

Personally, being able to do this work in the Art of Money community helped transform the crippling anxiety, shame and fear that I sometimes felt when making money decisions. I've gone from chronically underearning to confidently earning a solid living with ease. My debt has come down, my credit has improved. The biggest gift has been feeling less anxious about money--even with big changes afoot like having a child and getting divorced. Overall, I feel way more grounded and confident about my ability to take care of myself and my family financially. And, I have a solid money practice that I lean on to this day.

 

From the perspective of a therapist and a coach, The Art of Money method has deeply informed the way I hold my own clients when it comes to money. Bari’s modeling has also deeply informed how I have set up my own business, how I do marketing and how I think about my fees.

 

Additionally, Bari’s work is fundamentally trauma-informed money work and she has been doing “trauma-informed” way before it became popular. Back when I started with her, nobody was really saying that and yet that's exactly what Bari was doing, honoring the pace of the body going really slow and having a non-shaming approach.

 

I really do not have enough words to tell you how grateful I am for you and this powerful, gentle, depthful approach to money work. I’m ecstatic that she's now offering this mentorship program for other folks who want to learn financial therapy. I just can't imagine a better teacher.

 

- Sonya Brewer, SOMATIC PSYCHOTHERAPIST

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It's been amazing for me to work with Bari over the last decade.

 

Personally, being able to do this work in the Art of Money community helped transform the crippling anxiety, shame and fear that I sometimes felt when making money decisions. I've gone from chronically underearning to confidently earning a solid living with ease. My debt has come down, my credit has improved. The biggest gift has been feeling less anxious about money--even with big changes afoot like having a child and getting divorced. Overall, I feel way more grounded and confident about my ability to take care of myself and my family financially. And, I have a solid money practice that I lean on to this day.

 

From the perspective of a therapist and a coach, The Art of Money method has deeply informed the way I hold my own clients when it comes to money. Bari’s modeling has also deeply informed how I have set up my own business, how I do marketing and how I think about my fees.

 

Additionally, Bari’s work is fundamentally trauma-informed money work and she has been doing “trauma-informed” way before it became popular. Back when I started with her, nobody was really saying that and yet that's exactly what Bari was doing, honoring the pace of the body going really slow and having a non-shaming approach.

 

I really do not have enough words to tell you how grateful I am for you and this powerful, gentle, depthful approach to money work. I’m ecstatic that she's now offering this mentorship program for other folks who want to learn financial therapy. I just can't imagine a better teacher.

 

- Sonya Brewer

Topics We’ll Explore in Our Weekly Calls

Each week of the program we’ll meet on a group Zoom call to cover a handful of the topics below in each call.

  • The Art of Money core concepts
  • Learning to work with money emotions
  • How to integrate somatic tools into your practice
  • How to bring trauma-informed practices to your clients
  • Understanding your money stories and how they impact your work with clients
  • How to have better money conversations
  • How to talk about money with clients
  • How to navigate couples money dynamics
  • Honoring big life transitions
  • Working with money and grief
  • How visibility impacts your work and money relationship
  • Integrating money rituals
  • Money dates for you, your business, and your clients
  • Values-based money management practices
  • How to align your money with your personal values.
  • Money maps + big picture planning
  • How to price your services for growth, profit and sustainability
  • How to make good money decisions
  • The intersections of money, race, and class
  • How to create the money legacy you want to leave behind

I created the Art of Money Mentorship Program to close the gap between traditional training and your real-life practice.

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Receiving mentorship from Bari was inspiring, empowering and energizing.

I felt seen and celebrated for how far I’ve come so far in my relationship with money.

 

With her support I was able to let go of shame and receive the surprising gifts from a specific family situation. I gained clarity on next steps to take to move towards my next big money targets. And I’m excited to take those steps! I’m so grateful for Bari’s unique perspectives, compassionate spirit and deep wisdom. I was amazed by how deep and far we went. I look forward to more! —

 

- Megan Walrod, Coach + Founder of Live Your Yes, LLC

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Receiving mentorship from Bari was inspiring, empowering and energizing.

 

I felt seen and celebrated for how far I’ve come so far in my relationship with money.

 

With her support I was able to let go of shame and receive the surprising gifts from a specific family situation. I gained clarity on next steps to take to move towards my next big money targets. And I’m excited to take those steps! I’m so grateful for Bari’s unique perspectives, compassionate spirit and deep wisdom. I was amazed by how deep and far we went. I look forward to more! —

 

- MEGAN WALROD, COACH + FOUNDER OF LIVE YOUR YES, LLC

The Why of The Art of Money Mentorship Program

And this brings us to the “why” behind this program.

 

Here’s the deal: I graduated with my M.A. in somatic psychology, and when I imagined starting my private practice, I had a burning question in my mind:

 

“How the heck am I supposed to help clients with their emotions around money when I don’t even understand my own psychology around money?”

 

At Naropa University, the paragon of mindful awareness, I learned how to bring gentle curiosity, loving compassion, and intentional awareness to every topic you can imagine…except money.

 

Food, sex, intimacy, relationships, grief, death, and spirituality? Sure. No problem. We brought mindfulness to bear in those areas every day.

 

But money? Nope. Never. Not even a tinsy tiny tad of mindfulness was brought to the topic of money.

 

As a therapist or financial professional yourself, maybe you’ve noticed the same gap in your own education.

 

In my time at the university there was nothing taught about how to talk about money, how to manage it, or how to navigate the swirl of feelings that comes up around it.

 

No one taught us how to work with couples around money challenges, nor how to create a thriving business with a private practice. And there certainly wasn’t a word about how to help clients uncover their own money stories and use somatic tools to help them create a healthier relationship with money.

 

Sound familiar?

 

For coaches, therapists, and financial professionals like you and I, we’re sent out into the world with a hearty slap on the back. We’re expected to go forth into the big world and create a new practice serving clients without having the vital skills we need to help them through their money challenges.

 

Gaining those skills starts with working on making your own relationship to money more healthy and solid, like a foundation for the home of your life.

But here’s the rub: where are you, as a person who helps other people professionally, supposed to find a safe, private space to explore your own money stories?

Where can you go to open up and heal your own relationship with money?

 

This is exactly why I created the Art of Money Mentorship Program. To give you a safe space to do your own money work while you learn how to use the Art of Money tools to help your clients do the same thing in their own lives.

 

The coaches, therapists, and financial professionals in my community have been asking me to create a program like this for literally the last 10 years.

 

It took me some time to wrap my mind around how to structure a program like this, but I sorted that out, and the time has finally come to offer it to you.

 

This founding member mentorship experience will be rooted in practical wisdom, ongoing support, and loving encouragement. That's how I've always approached holding space for my Art of Money program, and you'll find more of that kind of support in this mentorship program.

 

This program experience will give you more time with me than what’s possible for me to offer in the regular Art of Money program. This extra time together will allow me to guide you on the path of transformative deep money work not only for yourself, but also for your clients.

 

From what I've seen, you doing this kind of work can lead to your practice becoming more successful, allowing you to impact more people's lives and reach the kind of lifestyle you want to live.

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I hold the belief that in order to do my best work to support my clients, I also need to be doing my own money work.

 

For this very reason, a number of years ago, I joined the Art of Money program - and more recently have done some 1:1 financial therapy work with Bari.
The Art of Money framework and approach provide something to each of us - no matter where we are at in our own journey with money.

 

Bari has given me language and understanding to help me better navigate my own relationship with money. I also bring what I’ve learned and insights I’ve gained into how I work with my own clients.

 

- Carrie B. Van Winkle, CFP®, CeFT®
Socially Responsive Investment Advisor

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I hold the belief that in order to do my best work to support my clients, I also need to be doing my own money work.

 

For this very reason, a number of years ago, I joined the Art of Money program - and more recently have done some 1:1 financial therapy work with Bari.
The Art of Money framework and approach provide something to each of us - no matter where we are at in our own journey with money.
Bari has given me language and understanding to help me better navigate my own relationship with money. I also bring what I’ve learned and insights I’ve gained into how I work with my own clients.

 

- Carrie B. VanWinkle, CFP®, CeFT®
Socially Responsive Investment Advisor

Meet Your Guest Mentors

I’m so thrilled to know that you’ll not only get extensive, direct, one-on-one mentorship from me, but also from these deeply knowledgeable group of guest mentors. Each of these mentors will host one of the weekly mentor calls where you can ask any questions you like about their particular expertise.

 

Sonya Brewer is a Somatic and Trauma Psychotherapist

 

Sonya Brewer is a licensed psychotherapist, somatic coach and relationship expert in Albany, CA, and the creator of "Badass Boundaries for Overachieving Trauma Survivors". Sonya specializes in helping overachieving trauma survivors and their partners create more joy, freedom, ease and success in their lives and relationships. She loves helping trauma survivors feel more alive, connected and authentic while also bringing their gifts to the world. Sonya brings a wide breadth of experience including in-depth training in somatic psychology and relational psychotherapy, extensive training in trauma recovery through the Somatic Experiencing and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institutes, and training in somatic coaching through Generative Somatics. Sonya’s work is also deeply influenced by training and experience in bodywork, dance, and mindfulness meditation. She also teaches about trauma recovery, embodied living and sacred sexuality.

 

As a Guest Mentor, Sonya will guide us through the fundamental principles of trauma-informed work, how our bodies respond to stress, and how we can learn to honor these responses so that we can meet our people where they are in challenging life and money moments.

Rick Kahler is a Financial Planner, Financial Therapist, Author, and Educator

 

Rick is a pioneer in integrating financial planning and psychology, a founding board member of the Financial Therapy Association, and a Distinguished Adjunct Professor at Golden Gate University. His innovative work and research in financial therapy is cited in scores of periodicals, books, and broadcasts. He is the co-author of four books blending financial planning and therapy, writes a weekly column, and produces a weekly podcast on Financial Therapy.

 

As a Guest Mentor, Rick brings this wealth of experience to explore the intersection of financial therapy and financial planning and how you can integrate these teachings into your own personal life and professional practice.

Jacquette M. Timmons is a Financial Behaviorist, author,

 

and media personality slightly obsessed with getting you to embrace the idea that financial success isn’t just about the dollars and cents. Holding an MBA in finance from Fordham University’s Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the Fashion Institute of Technology, Jacquette integrates financial and behavioral analysis to help people blend the emotions of money with the math of money.

 

As a Guest Mentor, Jacquette will host a Q&A to explore pricing challenges, strategies, how to talk with clients about pricing and how to structure your services for sustainability.

Danielle Cohen is a visibility coach, professional photographer, and business mentor.

 

Blending compassion, support, and strategic action, Danielle brings a unique approach to help creative entrepreneurs, coaches, and visionaries become more visible on their terms, have the impact they’re here to have, and thrive while doing it. Her flagship program, Visibility Medicine, offers an immersion for mission-driven leaders, coaches, healers, creatives, and entrepreneurs who want to use visibility to rise up and amplify their impact.

 

As a Guest Mentor, Danielle will host a Q&A that invites us to examine what it means to be visible in your business, how our relationship with money impacts our capacity to show up with authenticity, and how embracing this work can transform your life and your business.

Is The Art of Money Mentorship Right For You?

The Art of Money Mentorship Program is made for you if:

⇨ You are a therapist, coach, or financial professional that wants to go deeper into the Art of Money methodology because you know that when you do your own personal money work, it ripples outwards to impact all of your relationships - and your business, too.

⇨ You are a therapist or coach who wants to bring more somatic awareness, practical tools, and supportive practices to help you and your clients navigate your money relationships.

⇨ You are a financial coach, financial planner, bookkeeper, or realtor who wants to offer more emotional intelligence to support your clients (and their personal growth).

⇨ You’ve read The Art of Money book or have taken The Art of Money program. (This is ideal, but if you haven’t taken the course, you can take it at a discount. Read more below.)

⇨ You are committed to showing up and actively doing your own personal money work, even when it gets uncomfortable.

Have Questions? We Have Answers

Your Investment

This inaugural round of The Art of Money Mentorship Program will form the group of founding members of the program.

 

Founding Members are trailblazers in this intimate and innovative money work. There will only ever be one group of founding members, and we’d love to welcome you into this group.

 

The prices listed below are the lowest that you’ll ever see for this mentorship program.

 

For Art of Money Alumni

 

If you’ve taken the Art of Money program in the past, AMMP is a $2000 investment that includes automatic access to the latest version of the Art of Money program and materials. Need a payment plan? No problem! Pay four monthly installments of $550 instead.

 

For Those Who Haven’t Taken Art of Money Yet

 

If you aren’t an Art of Money alumnus, your $2500 AMMP investment includes an all-access pass to The Art of Money (for only $500, that’s a 40% Founding Member discount!) to ensure you have the foundational resources and understanding you need to bring these money healing tools to life for more of your people. Need a payment plan? No problem! Pay four monthly installments of $687.50 instead.

 

This is Really Important:

 

The Art of Money is a non-refundable investment in your relationship with money. It’s an invitation to listen, learn, connect, explore, and transform, in a richly supportive group experience. We want you to make a clear decision upfront and once you're in, you're in.

 

For Art of Money Alumni

One-time Payment

of $2000:

4 Monthly Payments

of $550:

Mentorship + AOM (Non-Alum)

One-time Payment

of $2500

4 Monthly Payments

of $687.50:

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For most of my life, money had been an issue with much emotional load -

 

Enter Bari and her gentle, knowledgeable, and creatively intuitive approach and teaching. It is safe to say, following through with the program was not only one of the best investments I could make regarding my finances, it also influenced so many other areas of my life.

 

It turned strained family relationships from toxic to surprisingly supportive, it helped calm and lower my stress levels, supported my own professional development and how I show up for those I am working with.

 

The somatic awareness and body centered approach to emotions I learned with Bari are useful in every area of life. Combined with the invaluable support of a community of peers, this is really a place to come home to and resource myself for navigating this money/life journey in the best way possible.

 

- Sibylle Meder, FILMMAKER AND COACH

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For most of my life, money had been an issue with much emotional load -

 

Enter Bari and her gentle, knowledgeable, and creatively intuitive approach and teaching. It is safe to say, following through with the program was not only one of the best investments I could make regarding my finances, it also influenced so many other areas of my life.

 

It turned strained family relationships from toxic to surprisingly supportive, it helped calm and lower my stress levels, supported my own professional development and how I show up for those I am working with.

 

The somatic awareness and body centered approach to emotions I learned with Bari are useful in every area of life. Combined with the invaluable support of a community of peers, this is really a place to come home to and resource myself for navigating this money/life journey in the best way possible.

 

- Sibylle Meder

Join The Art of Money Mentorship Program

For Art of Money
Alumni

One-time Payment

of $2000:

4 Monthly Payments

of $550:

Mentorship + AOM (Non-Alum)

One-time Payment

of $2500:

4 Monthly Payments

of $687.50:

If you’re a therapist, coach, or financial professional who is ready to go deeper in your personal money journey…

 

If you’re ready to explore your Money Story to bring more healing and understanding to your money life…

 

If you’re ready to close the money gap between your traditional professional training and your real life practice…

 

If you’re ready to expand your perspective and embrace a more intentional, compassionate, personally meaningful approach to money in your life and your work…

 

If you’re ready to bring gentle guidance, loving support, and deep money healing to your life and your clients…

 

You’re invited to join the Founding Members cohort.

 

Click here to register.

 

I look forward to welcoming you.

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This is Really Important

The Art of Money is a non-refundable investment in your relationship with money.

 

It’s an invitation to listen, learn, connect, explore, and transform, in a richly supportive group experience. We want you to make a clear decision upfront and once you're in, you're in.

 

It's also good to note that this is a tax deduction for your business under professional development.

 

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