In this interactive program, I will lead participants through practical strategies for managing their relationship with money, and facilitate a series of mindfulness practices and somatic exercises. Participants will have an opportunity to explore their "money mindset" through creative journaling and group sharing, if appropriate. Workbook provided for workshops, handouts provided for lectures. The first step to the cure is to get a handle on the practical ins and outs of money management. Learning how to budget, setting financial goals, creating a system for paying bills, and planning wisely for retirement are crucial pragmatic tactics that we all must learn if we are to experience peace and security around money. Regardless of the amount we have, our relationship with money can be a source of great stress and anxiety when not managed skillfully - it dictates the ways we spend, invest, share, receive or plan. On the other hand, our relationship with money has the potential to transform our lives and the lives of those around us in rich and abundant ways. 'Money Anxiety Disorder' lies at the heart of so many of the disruptions that occur in our lives, our society, and our world. It can be triggered by events like fluctuations in the marketplace, loss of a job, having to ask for a raise, enduring a divorce, or just struggling to stay on a budget. Like the economy itself, our anxiety about money fluctuates. But we don't have to be at the mercy of it. We can learn to cope with unpredictable financial times and stop the panic. There is a cure for money anxiety disorder!