Friday October 20, 7:00 p.m.
Lecture – Open to the public – $10
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Dr. Kate Levinson, author of Emotional Currency, will lead an introductory
exploration about our inner money lives and the relationship of spirit and money at
All Saints’, Dolores & Ninth, Carmel, Friday October 20, at 7:00 p.m. We generally
think of money in terms of having enough or not enough of it. No matter how much
or how little money we have, money is one of the most emotionally charged areas of
our lives and what we feel and think about it – consciously and unconsciously –
greatly influences how we deal with money matters. We rarely think about what
money means to us, much less how we respond to money emotionally.
“Here’s the book every woman (and most men) need: a clear, thought-
ful and beautifully-written guide for how to cope with the myriad of
emotions caused by money. Kate Levinson shows how money is both
mercilessly public and intimately personal, stirring up our deepest
feelings about independence, status, and attractiveness, and
terrifying confusion between net worth and self worth.”
– Robert Reich, author of “Then Next Economy and America’s Future”
Dr. Kate Levinson is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (#MFC 15955) and
holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology. She has spent more than 20 years studying the
interface of money and psychology. Levinson works with clients, couples and groups
with a wide range of life and financial issues, in her private practice in San Rafael
and Point Reyes Station. Kate is the author of Emotional Currency: A Woman’s Guide
to Building a Health Relationship with Money, an insightful and empowering guide
that offers a profound new approach to dealing with money. Kate leads Emotional
Currency workshops throughout the country, and Women, Money, Spirit conferences
in the San Francisco Bay Area. Kate blogs on Psychology Today.
The former co-owner of Point Reyes Books for 14 years and co-founder of the non-
profit Black Mountain Circle, Kate is on the board of West Marin Community
Services and the advisory board of the Mesa Refuge.