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Starting Coversations About Money - London

Starting Coversations About Money - London

Starting Coversations About Money - London

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Quaker Social Action

10am-12.30pm

Pembury Community Centre, 1 Atkins Square, Dalston Lane, London, E8 1FA

Help your clients get their money worries under control so you can concentrate on the important stuff.

For frontline support workers in housing, homelessness, mental health and social care.

Starting a conversation about money and keeping it positive is hard work. It is avoided as a topic and only dealt with when it becomes urgent.

This workshop uses tried and tested techniques from Made of Money to build constructive relationships and relieve the stresses and anxieties that can take up so much time.

What you’ll learn:
     - How emotions, habits and childhood experiences influence spending
     - Practical skills and approaches to help your clients manage their money more effectively
     - How to build on existing money skills
     - Where to turn when people have serious financial concerns
     - How to create a positive dialogue about money

What your clients will gain:
    - Peace of mind and reduced stress and anxiety over money problems
    - Better control of their finances
    - More time to spend on other aspects of their lives

To find out more information and to book your place, please visit this website.

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