ADHD and Curbing Impulsive Spending to Help Your Relationship Ask The Expert
Original Air Date January 20, 2021 | 7:00 PM, EST
Stephanie Moulton Sarkis PhD
People with ADHD have more credit card debt, fewer assets, and less money saved for retirement than people with ADHD. They are also more likely to split up with their spouse or partner because of financial arguments. Learn what you can do to heal yourself and your relationship from ADHD-related money issues, including getting optimum treatment. Stephanie Moulton Sarkis PhD, author of ADD and Your Money: A Guide to Personal Finance for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder shares what she knows from treating ADHD for 20 years as a psychotherapist.
- Learn why people with ADHD are more prone to impulsive spending
- Discover tips and techniques for decreasing the chances of impulsive spending
- Find out how to cope with impulsive spending issues in a relationship
- Feel more confident in financial matters
- Learn how ADHD treatment can help you financially
ADHD: Curb Impulsive Spending to Help Your Relationship
Stephanie Moulton Sarkis is a bestselling author and psychotherapist specializing in anxiety, gaslighting, narcissistic abuse, and ADHD. She is the author of several books, including the best-selling Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People – and Break Free and 10 Simple Solutions to Adult ADD: How to Overcome Chronic Distraction and Accomplish Your Goals. She was named a Diplomate and Clinical Mental Health Specialist in Child and Adolescent Counseling of the American Mental Health Counselors Association, one of only 20 professionals in the United States with this dual designation. Dr. Sarkis is also a National Certified Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family and Circuit Mediator. Dr. Sarkis is the founder of the Sarkis Institute, specializing in the treatment of comorbid anxiety and ADHD. She is a senior contributor for Forbes and is a contributor to Psychology Today and The Huffington Post. Her Psychology Today posts have been viewed over 30 million times. She is the host of the Talking Brains podcast. She has a PhD, EdS, and MEd in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Florida, named by US News and World Report as the top counselor education program in the country. Dr. Sarkis has appeared on CNN, 10% Happier with Dan Harris, Sirius XM Doctor Radio, ABC (U.S.), ABC (Australia), and many more media outlets. Her research is published in the Journal of Attention Disorders. She is based in Tampa, Florida, where she provides evaluations and psychotherapy via telehealth. You can visit her website at www.stephaniesarkis.com.