Wednesday, April 30 at 2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT
This webinar is completely free and registrants will receive a recorded video of the presentation and be entered to win one of four Financial Education Support Groups Kits!
The Center for Financial Social Work has a new dynamic approach for helping clients create sustainable, long-term financial behavioral change. This webinar celebrates Financial Literacy Month 2014 by introducing the “Financial Education Support Group Kit.”
This brand new tool will not only enable organizations to increase the number of clients they reach, but will change how financial literacy is delivered moving forward. Most importantly, it will help clients achieve long term personal and financial growth at the same time they are developing healthier money management skills and tools. Attend this free webinar to learn more about this powerful new resource.
Join us to learn about Financial Education Support Groups:
- What they are.
- How they work.
- What they do.
- How to start.
- + much more
Four lucky registrants will each win one “Financial Education Support Groups Kit” filled with everything anyone needs to know to start and run a financial education support group. The kit consists of the new professional Financial Education Support Group Manual and the client Taking Charge Workbook Program (now downloadable and reproducible).
The Taking Charge Workbook Program consists of five full color workbooks that include everything needed to educate, motivate, validate and support most client populations in taking greater responsibility for their personal and financial futures.
Each kit is a $300 value.
Reeta Wolfsohn, CMSW, founder of Financial Social Work (FSW) and the Center for Financial Social Work. FSW is a behavioral model which is heavily psychosocial it incorporates on-going financial education, motivation, validation and support – the essential components of change. Professionals certified in Financial Social Work work with diverse client populations across the country and around the world. Financial Social Work is now included in the Oxford Press Online Encyclopedia of Social Work.