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The Journal of Financial Therapy primarily publishes clinical, experimental, and survey research that examines the empirical link between personal financial knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors and personal and family well-being. The journal also accepts cross-sectional survey research, longitudinal and panel study research, case studies, financial therapy practice management tutorials, and literature reviews. Articles from financial therapists, both those working in academia and in practice, are welcomed. The journal is indexed in Scopus, PsychInfo, and Cabell's, and can be found in Google Scholar and DOAJ.
Current Issue: Volume 12, Issue 2 (2021)
When Money Can’t Be Avoided: Helping Money Avoidant Widows Using the Changes and Grief Model (FTA Best Paper Award)
Deb Finnegan Biever, Nipa Patel, Ashley Agnew, Daniel Kopp, Jodi Krausman, and Megan A. McCoy
The Budget and the Bedroom: Associations between Financial Management Behaviors, Perceptions of Economic Pressure, and Sexual Satisfaction
Matthew T. Saxey, Chelom E. Leavitt, Jeffrey P. Dew, Jeremy B. Yorgason, Erin K. Holmes, and Ashley B. LeBaron-Black
The Money Scripts Related to the Use and Trust of Investment Advice
Travis L. Sholin, Han Na Lim, Miranda Reiter, Efthymia Antonoudi, and Meghaan Lurtz
Financial Capability, Financial Threat, and Health: Implications for Social Work Practice
Sally A. Hageman and Edward Pecukonis
Investigating Financial Biases that Can Increase Impact on Paying Bills and Saving
Lucy M. Delgadillo Ph.D.
Researcher Profile: An Interview with Derek J. Sensenig