Dr. Mary Gresham – Financial Therapy For Women

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with my friend and colleague, Dr. Mary Gresham, and we recorded our discussion with the hope that it might be helpful for you to meet Mary and learn about the important work she’s doing.

From her website:

Dr. Mary Gresham is an Atlanta-based psychologist who specializes in both financial and clinical psychology. She consults with and coaches financial planners and their clients on issues related to inheritance, money management, and family values. She also supervises and trains mental health professionals to work with financial issues with clients.

I find the topic of financial psychology to be fascinating as it can unlock how we’re each wired to think about money and how this wiring impacts our financial decisions. And like myself, Mary has a real passion for helping women make smarter decisions with their money. 

Click here to watch the video or click play below.

If you’d like to learn more about Mary and the work she does with women, families and other professionals, please visit her websites:

Dr. Mary Gresham

Atlanta Financial Psychology

And if you have any questions for me or would like to discuss anything, please contact me and let’s talk.

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