Rick Kahler's scientific contributions

Publications (3)

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With the newly revised 2nd Edition, Facilitating Financial Health remains a one-of-a-kind publication that bridges the gap between financial planners and mental health practitioners. The authors, two mental health professionals and a CFP®-designated financial planner, pioneered the use of tools that help clients build healthy relationships with mon...
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Wired for Wealth shows you that the biggest threat to your financial health is not a recession; it's your brain. Markets go up and markets go down, but one fact holds true: Your money scripts―the unconscious core beliefs you hold about money―will determine whether you win or lose in the long run. But there is hope. Drawing on the results of a landm...
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Ebenezer Scrooge would seem an unlikely source from which to glean financial wisdom. However, Dickens' classic tale of how Scrooge left behind his miserly ways and transformed into a joyful, compassionate and generous man is a powerful model we all can benefit from today. Unlike other financial planning books that focus narrowly on the 'dollar an...

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... Multidisciplinary teams with expertise in mental health, substance abuse, and abuser dependence on the victim would seem essential to develop personalized intervention plans for offenders based on the unique family system dynamics. As an example, financial therapy may be useful in addressing offender financial dependence (Klontz et al., 2016). Financial therapy is "a process informed by both therapeutic and financial competencies that helps people think, feel, communicate, and behave differently with money to improve overall well-being through evidence-based practices and interventions" (Financial Therapy Association, 2020, para. ...
... Financial psychology offers tools to explore underlying assumptions or beliefs around money. These beliefs are known as money scripts, which are typically developed in childhood and unconsciously followed into adulthood (Klontz, Kahler, and Klontz 2006;Klontz and Klontz 2009;Lawson, Klontz, and Britt 2015). ...