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Helping Clients Overcome Money Shame and Financial Trauma

Helping Clients Overcome Money Shame and Financial Trauma

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Helping Clients Overcome Money Shame and Financial Trauma



Rahkim Sabree is an award-winning Financial Therapist, Accredited Financial Counselor®, author, and speaker with an emerging voice in the fields of financial therapy and financial empowerment. He is particularly renowned for his efforts to demystify financial trauma among underserved communities. With a dynamic background that bridges financial services, speaking, and inclusive financial wellness, Rahkim is dedicated to helping individuals and organizations challenge traditional views of financial freedom and personal growth.

Rahkim’s influence extends into the digital realm, where he utilizes social media, publications, and various online platforms to reach a broader audience. Through these channels, he shares insights, tips, and motivational content aimed at encouraging his followers to pursue alignment in their financial goals and personal values with vigor and perseverance.

Rahkim resides on the East Coast in the state of Connecticut and frequently travels across the country to speak at conferences and live events as he grows his authority in the fields of financial therapy, financial wellness, and financial trauma. Website: Email:


Not opening mail, overspending, and avoiding debt collectors can be more than just irresponsible behavior. For many, these behaviors are rooted in financial trauma that goes back generations.  Overcoming this trauma, and the shame that often co-exists, can be difficult. Equipped with the right know-how, CFP® professional volunteers can help their clients notice and put an end to financial behaviors that are rooted in trauma.

Learning Objectives

Participants in the webinar will:

  • Understand the psychological impacts of money shame and how it manifests in client behaviors;
  • Recognize the signs of financial trauma and its long-term effects on financial decision-making;
  • Learn intervention techniques to help clients overcome money avoidance; and
  • Develop communication skills that foster trust and openness in discussions about financial health.

This webinar is sponsored by Fidelity Investments.