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The Money Mirror shows how women's attitudes towards money reflect their feelings about themselves. Through better understanding the ways they relate to money, women can develop positive emotional attitudes and gain control of economic and personal issues.
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Annette R. Lieberman, is a psychotherapist in private practice, has worked with women for more than 25 years, concentrating on issues of women's social and psychological development. She has conducted theme-oriented groups, focusing on various aspects of women and their relationship to money. She is the president of the Demeter Advisory Group, which offers psychological and financial counseling services to women, and the developer of MAPD-The Money Awareness Program.
Deeply involved in women's issues since 1969, she launched a consciousness-raising/therapy group at Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital, with which she was affiliated, and administered a seminar for residents about feminist issues in psychotherapy. She also developed and conducted programs for women in different stages of the life cycleÐfor girls, college students, working mothers, single mothers, widows and created vocational training groups that helped women examine career goals.
Today, as a private consultant, she conducts M.A.P. Workshops four times a year for the Actors' Fund of America, as well as annual workshops for the C. G. Jung Foundation and the New York Open Center. She has also led workshops on group dynamics and women's roles at the United Hospital fund, Downstate Medical Center and at the YWCA. She has spoken at the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health's Personal Growth Center on many aspects of womens changing roles and gender identity, friendships, and negotiation styles. She has been the subject of numerous articles and interviews, including the Wall Street Journal, Mademoiselle, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, New Woman, Woman's World, Harper's Bazaar, and Self. In addition, she has appeared on radio and television.
Lieberman is married to an economist/financial advisor and lives in New York City.
The Money Mirror: How Money Reflects Women's Dreams, Fears, And Desires investigates the emotional and social origins of women's problems with money and delves into the reasons why many women who are otherwise successful and self-reliant fear money. The Money Mirror is a lively, anecdotal exploration of women's historical relationship to money, and both authors identify and discuss the seven symptoms of "Money Phobia" through the heartfelt, personal accounts of women (both famous and non-famous) who have struggled with this affliction. The Money Mirror assures women that they can overcome their fears to develop healthy, positive attitudes about money, and they offer a wealth of down-to-earth tips on how to develop money awareness on the road to leading healthier, happier financial lives. -- Midwest Book Review
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Book Description Allworth Press, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1880559412