Iaso Consulting provides a wide array of services to help individuals, couples and families achieve lasting financial health by using a unique combination of traditional and proven coaching strategies and the latest research from the emerging field of financial psychology.
62% of Americans are stressed about money and financial stress has been linked to migraines, cardiovascular disease, work absences, insomnia, and more.
I am a financial professional and a graduate one of the first Financial Psychology Graduate Certificate programs in the country. Using the latest research from the emerging field of Financial Psychology, traditional coaching techniques, my financial expertise and a big dose of humor and understanding, I work with my clients to reduce their shame, fear and guilt around their personal finances so that they can find their own unique path to financial peace and health.
Education can change what you know, and coaching assists you in consistently applying that knowledge.
My education includes a BBA from the Ross School of Business at University of Michigan and the Certified Financial Behavior Specialist™ designation from the Graduate School of Business at Creighton University as well as being a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ and a trained Collaborative Divorce Professional.
Through my company, Iaso Consulting, LLC , I offer individual, couple, and family financial coaching, speaking, workshops, and divorce financial services. I also offer workshops to financial planners and lawyers to help them work more effectively with their clients through understanding financial psychology, the stages of change and the basics of Motivational Interviewing.
Thoughts on Personal Finance, Updated Semi-Regularly
Most financial advisors recommend creating a budget as one of the first steps towards financial health. To me, prematurely creating a budget is the financial equivalent of putting the cart before the horse. Just like a cart isn’t going to get anywhere without a horse...
Reposted from www.daveramsey.com Owning a home is a huge blessing when you have the money to make it work. But how do you know how much home you can afford? That’s where the dreaded B-word comes in. Yep, a budget. Budgeting may get a...
It’s the New Year, which means resolutions, goals, and ambitious undertakings. And according to recent statistics, making better financial decisions is the third most common resolution – behind losing weight (duh) and the generic ‘life / self-improvement,’ which could encompass making better financial decisions anyway....
"Not only were Ms. Kramer’s workshops informative, adding knowledge to my thinking bank, but she challenged my heart as well and helped me to see how my personality and values are closely knitted with my financial decisions..."