Women In-Depth Podcast: The Money Mirror

When was the last time you had an open and refreshing convo with another person about money?

A client?

A colleague?

Your OWN therapist?!

You know I’m on a mission to dispel that fucking money taboo by encouraging us all to talk openly about money – come what may. This is exactly what Lourdes Viado, PhD, MFT and I did on her Women In-Depth podcast.

In this podcast you’ll learn all about:

  • Why the SMACK is there such a taboo around money
  • Why we need to talk about money more
  • Why it’s ok to want to earn a decent amount of money for your work
  • Money as a symbol; anxiety, shame and societal pressure
  • The importance for us to have boundaries and a sense of safety
  • The money story or narrative and how it takes shape
  • Feelings of guilt when earning money or more money than others
  • The gender pay gap and differences in societal attitudes between men and women
  • The effects of unresolved money issues
  • The gifts of getting to know our money stories

Check it out! 


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About the Author

Hey, I’m Tiffany McLain, LMFT, and I teach you how to charge good money for the good work you do.  I’m the founder of Lean In. MAKE BANK. Academy, a group program that empowers therapists and social workers like you to reimagine your relationship with money, offering the tools and community support to not just earn more but to fundamentally change your life and the lives of those you serve.

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