K-State Clinic Merges Couples Therapy With Financial Planning

Aug 10, 2009

Manhattan, KS – One of the most common issues that couples fight over is money. And sometimes a financial planner can't help, because there's underlying emotional factors that don't show up on a spreadsheet. But there's a few people in the industry who are trying out a new method they're tentatively calling "financial therapy" - which merges techniques of marriage counseling with financial planning. KCUR's Sylvia Maria Gross recently paid a visit to a new clinic that's researching this new strategy in Manhattan, Kansas.

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