Occupation Psychotherapist, Entrepreneur, National Speaker and Author of “The Financial Mindset Fix”
Education Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Joyce Marter is a licensed psychotherapist with 25 years of experience and entrepreneur who founded and successfully sold Urban Balance, a national outpatient mental health company in the U.S. Marter is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University, international speaker, blogger for Psychology Today and mental health thought-leader specializing in the psychology of money.
Joyce Marter is routinely consulted as a mental health expert in the media, featured in such outlets as U.S. News & World Report, The Wall Street Journal, CNN and MTV. Her book, The Financial Mindset Fix: A Mental Fitness Program for an Abundant Life, was published by Sounds True in July of 2021 and has been featured in Business Insider, MoneyGeek, US Weekly, Thrive Global, Forbes and more.
Latest from Joyce Marter
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Amidst record inflation and mass layoffs, a new MoneyGeek survey explored holiday financial stress this year — and its staggering mental health implications.
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Checking on Your Mental Health Can Change the Way You Spend...
Money habits have a direct impact on your mental health and well-being. Reign in impulse spending by making a prevention plan, considering a financial cleanse and spending mindfully.
The Psychology of "Treat Yourself:" How to Manage the Urge to...
Having time to take care of yourself is important. But keep in mind that your finances can affect your mental health. Learn more about the psychology of 'treat yourself' and how you can manage your habits.
How You Can Hold Yourself Accountable and Stick to Your Financial...
Creating a budget plan is the first step to help save money. As you start building new money management habits, you have to hold yourself accountable to continue saving toward your goals. Learn ways to keep yourself financially accountable, pay down your debt and saving for your future.