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Bari Tessler, M.A., is a financial therapist, author, and founder of The Art of Money, a year-long money school and global community.
The Art of Money offers a personal approach to financial therapy through an evergreen program model – the doors are open to new members anytime they’re ready to begin their journey. Focusing on three phases of Money Healing, Money Practices, and Money Maps, Bari’s integrative approach allows our relationship with money to be a gateway to self-awareness and a training ground for compassion, confidence, and self-worth.
This work weaves practical financial tools with a nurturing, body-centered approach that integrates personal, couples, family, and creative entrepreneurial money teachings. More than 500 people from around the world participate in the Art of Money program every year.
Bari’s work has been featured on Oprah.com, the Huffington Post, Inc.com, Reuters Money, USA Today, and REDBOOK Magazine. She has also been featured on the cover of Experience Life Magazine and Mindful Magazine.
In 2016, Bari released her award-winning book, The Art of Money: A Life-Changing Guide to Financial Happiness, published by Parallax Press. She can often be found hiking the mountain trails in Boulder, Colorado, where she lives with her husband, son, and their multitude of cats.
Bari Tessler, M.A., is a financial therapist, author, and founder of The Art of Money, a year-long money school and global community that blends practical financial tools with a nurturing, body-centered approach.
She earned a Masters in Somatic Psychology from Naropa University, working in body-centered therapy for over a decade before unexpectedly falling in love with bookkeeping systems and money work. Her unique methodology integrates the financial world with a somatic therapeutic approach.
This comprehensive framework leads to deep money healing that honors all the facets of our money relationships, drawing more than 500 people from around the world to join the Art of Money program every year. For almost two decades, Bari has served to guide thousands of people into more authentic, empowered relationships with money, serving as a leader in the global conscious money movement.
Her work has been featured on Oprah.com, the Huffington Post, Inc.com, Reuters Money, USA Today, and REDBOOK Magazine. She has also been featured on the cover of Experience Life Magazine and Mindful Magazine.
Bari is also the author of the award-winning book, The Art of Money: A Life-Changing Guide to Financial Happiness, published by Parallax Press. A self-identified bookworm, passionate lover of dark chocolate, and ardent believer in the power of a cozy cuppa, Bari is equal parts advisor, therapist, and money-savvy best friend. She can often be found hiking the mountain trails in Boulder, Colorado, where she lives with her husband, son, and their multitude of cats.
To learn more about Bari’s story, visit her website.
For a delicious sample of Bari’s work, sneak a peek at her Pocket Map: A Free, 7-Day, mini Art of Money Course.
Bari is Featured In…
Women In The World Summit
Financial Health: The Next Frontier for Women.
Watch our wonderful 30-minute panel on women, money, and emotions below:
5 Questions with a Financial Therapist
The Solution To All Of Your Budgeting Problems
“Solve a Buddhist Riddle About Managing Your Money”
The Fiscal Times:
“How Your Credit Score Affects Your Love Life”
How financial well-being and physical health are linked
The Reading Lists:
The Books Behind the Money Guru
Enlightening Ideas about Money
The Morning Show:
Holiday Book Guide with Janet Joy Wilson
Experience Life Magazine:
“Cash Conscious: Bari Tessler Linden” (cover story!)
Behind the scenes (video)
The Simple Dollar:
10 New (to Me) Finance, Frugality, and Life Books Worth Reading
Washington’s Top News:
Here are 10 Books for Knowing (and growing) Your Wealth
The Financial Therapist: Dealing with the unexpected issues with inheritance
The Financial Therapist: Tackling shame around money
The Financial Therapist: Looking at making ends meet on maternity leave
Should You Keep A Money Diary? Experts Weigh in
Are We All Financially Anxious? What The New Research Shows + Why It’s Important
Ask A Financial Therapist: How Do I Get Over Spending Guilt?
Always Thinking About Money? Here Are 4 Ways To Get It Off Your Mind
Ask A Financial Therapist: How To Talk To Your Parents About Money
This One Mental Trick Will Make Paying Off Your Debt Feel Easier
Um, When Is It OK To Ask For Money? Here’s What An Expert Says
Money Envy Is Real — How To Deal With That Awkward Feeling
Can You ‘Manifest’ Wealth? What To Know About This Controversial Topic
Want To Cut Back On Impulse Buying? Use These Financial Therapist-Approved Tips
How to Cope With Financial Anxiety
USA Today/Nerd Wallet:
Seeing signs of financial anxiety? How to cope.
The Washington Post:
Millennial Money: Transition from work-at-home novice to pro
How to Ease Money Stress During Divorce
9 Beginner-Friendly Books That Helped Me Get Out Of Debt
Architectural Digest Pro:
Design Your Life: Reduce Your Financial Anxiety
Gaia Women Lead Keynote Speech
In this 36-minute livestreamed keynote speech, you’ll learn about the Zen Buddhist metaphor I love using for our Big Money Riddles, hear about some of my own money koans, past and present, and then my 3 elegant steps for solving your own Big Money Riddles.
Bari has given over 100 podcast interviews, here is a partial list of some of our favorites:
Drop the BS w/ Dr. Kirleen – Is Your Mental Health Messing with Your Money?
Money Made Easy – Money Practices and Money Maps with Bari Tessler
Sex Birth Trauma with Kimberly Ann Johnson – Healing Your Money Story and Learning to Earn More
Health: It’s Personal Podcast – Financial Series: The Art of Money with Financial Therapist Bari Tessler
Women Today Podcast – On the Lifelong Relationship to Money, Trusting Intuition & Creative Entrepreneurship
The Financial Recovery Institute – Fireside Chat with Bari + Karen
The Woolfer – Financial Therapy
Friends Who Talk About Money – Picking up the pieces | A mother and son discuss pulling together through financial collapse
Sage Family Podcast – Money Healing
The Rose Woman – Financial Happiness
Smart Money Mamas – How to Heal Your Relationship with Money
Typology – Why Every Type Needs a Financial Therapist (Enneagram 4)
Pete Sibley – Self-Kindness with Pete
Christina Rasmussen – Dear Life
Stacy Francis – Financially Ever After
Maria Bailey– Ordinary Habits, Extraordinary Life
Paul Zelizer – Awarepreneurs
Monique Malcolm – Pimp Your Brilliance
Carrie VanWinkle – Smart & Soulful Money
Kathryn Hunter – Compass
Lola Pickett – Empath to Power
Farnoosh Torabi – So Money
Jayson Gaddis – The Smart Couple
Naropa University – MindfulU
Mackenzie Eason – Embodied Empowered Engaged
Andy Wang – Inspired Money
Naomi Mdudu – The Lifestyle Edit
Elizabeth Dialto – Embodied
Sas Petherick – Courage & Spice
Amy & Anne – MEND Podcast
Courtney Townley – Grace and Grit
Ricardo McRae – The Framing Podcast
Whitney Hansen – The Money Nerds
Andrea Scher – The Creative Superheroes Podcast
Jennifer Hemphill – Her Money Matters
Emily Ann Peterson – Bare Naked Bravery
Leisa Peterson – Wealth Clinic – Episode 175
Annie Schuessler – The Therapists’ Clubhouse
Annie Schuessler – The Therapist’s Business Coach
Caroline Donahue – The Book Dr. Episode 52.
Caroline Donahue – The Book Dr. Episode 1.
Theresa Reed – The Tarot Lady
Meadow DeVor – Yoga Church
Sara Avant Stover – Money, Grief, and Being a Father’s Daughter
Tiffany Han – Raise Your Hand Say Yes
Jessica Kupferman – Lady Business Radio
Emerging Women Podcast
Screw the Nine to Five (with my husband, Forest)
Blog Posts & Guest Articles
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