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The Psychological Meaning of $$s and How it Plays Out at Home and Work

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The Jewel

Suite 307, 3rd floor

566 St Kilda Road

Melbourne, Vic 3004

Australia

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The Psychological Meaning of $$s and How it Plays Out at Home and Work


What comes to mind when you think about money? Do you have enough of it? Want more? Do you regard money as a 'dirty word' or something that reflects the value we provide our clients?

It may be of interest to know that our attitude towards money as a concept may inform how financially successful our businesses or private practices will be. It also affects our personal lives. Our attitude towards money may even play out in how we invest our idle funds, and ultimately, the success we have in growing our passive sources of income.

What You Will Learn

In this seminar, you will learn

  • The psychological meaning of money;
  • The kinds of attitudes towards money that people may typically hold;
  • How those attitudes may play out personally and professionally; and
  • How those attiudes may play out in terms of passive income.

About the Presenter

Dr. Rachel Abramson, Ph.D. is an organisational, health and counselling psychologist. Dr. Abramson completed her PhD in behavioral finance, looking at the psychology of the share investor.

Dr. Abramson's passion is to help people reach their full potential: Personally, professionally, entrepreneurially and money-wise. So, she provides one-on-one consultations as a hypnotherapist and career counsellor. She also provides talks, professional development meetings and workshops on career-related topics, Ericksonian hypnosis, private practice/small business and on the psychology of the share investor.

Who Should Attend?

Psychologists, business owners and share investors would benefit from this workshop.

Doors open at 5.15pm. for a 5.30pm start.

A range of teas and coffee provided.

FAQs

What can I bring into the event?

You will need to bring your printed ticket, a pen and notepad. We will supply tea and coffee as well as any other resources and handouts that you may need.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes, you will need to bring your printed ticket or photo ID to the first seminar. It will facilitate the registration process.

Is my ticket transferrable?

Yes, certainly. You will need to provide the transferee your printed ticket. They will need your ticket to register on the first day. You will also need to email rachela@ozemail.com.au to advise of the change of registrant details.

How do I get there if I am coming by public transport?

Look for tramstop 26, near the corner of Beatrice street or Moubray street, depending on whether you are heading towards or away from the CBD.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Enquiries can be directed to Dr. Abramson at rachela@ozemail.com.au or 0418 149 506 during normal business hours.

Can I claim CPD hours?

Registered psychologists can claim up to two hours of 'active' CPD. A certificate of attendance will be provided upon request.

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The Jewel

Suite 307, 3rd floor

566 St Kilda Road

Melbourne, Vic 3004

Australia

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No Refunds

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