Sunday, March 24, 2019 - 1:00pm
Emerson Thoreau rooms

 

The Stewardship Committee is excited to announce an upcoming video workshop entitled, “Financial Self-Care” conducted by Reeta Wolfsohn from the Center for Financial Social Work out of Asheville, NC. We are indeed privileged to have Reeta present to us, as she has years of experience helping individuals examine their own attitudes, motivations, and behaviors toward money as well as the practical aspects of money management. Financial self-care offers multiple benefits for the eight out of ten Americans who identify money as their number one stressor.  It helps decrease stress and increase the ability to cope with the many challenges that accompany financial problems. While different than traditional self-care (yoga, meditation, mindfulness) the healing benefits of financial self-care improve your ability to handle the mental, physical and emotional issues that result from financial stress. 

Please join us on March 24 at 1:00 to learn how to practice financial self-care for long-term personal and financial change. Boxed lunches will be available directly after the service in the Emerson-Thoreau Room. The workshop will begin at 1:00 and last an hour. A donation of $15 is asked, but this fee should not hinder your participation!  Please RSVP to Ann Roberts at stewardship@uufws.org.   If you are unable to contribute, just make a note of this when you RSVP.

TOPICS

·       The 6-Basic Techniques of a Financial Self-Care Practice

·       The 2 C’s foundational to a successful practice

·       The action-oriented aspects of a Financial Self-Care Practice

·       The motivational facets of this type of self-care

·       Includes a worksheet

 
 
 
 

Summary

The Stewardship Committee is excited to announce an upcoming video workshop entitled, “Financial Self-Care” conducted by Reeta Wolfsohn from the Center for Financial Social Work out of Asheville, NC. We are indeed privileged to have Reeta present to us, as she has years of experience helping individuals examine their own attitudes, motivations, and behaviors toward money as well as the practical aspects of money management.