Healing Waters Counseling Offers Free Class on Money And Relationships In April

Monday, March 24, 2014
Healing Waters will be offering in April a class for those who want to learn how to talk about money in their relationships. Clinical Director Nancy Rose, JD, LCSW, will help couples navigate through the good,  the bad and the ugly ways to communicate about money, with the following topics:
  •     Honey, We Need to Talk
  •     Financial Guru
  •     Imbalance of Power
  •     Addictive Behaviors
  •     Out of the Blue
The final part of the session will be a time for questions and help from Debbie Travis,  former certified credit counselor, former accredited HUD counselor, and  former reverse mortgage counselor.

Ms. Travis spent over 20 years working as a credit counselor and can help discuss what community options are available as well as help for those who want to learn the basics of budgets and finances.

The class will be on Thursday, April 17, from  6–7:30 p.m.

To reserve a seat, or schedule this presentation for your group, contact Lynn I. Wilkes, director of Community Outreach at 423 698-5090.

There is no charge for these presentations!




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