[Ep. 303] The Deep Connection Between Money and Trauma with Morgan Blackman

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If you heal your relationship with money, you’ll heal your life.

For this week’s episode, we’re getting deep. We’re talking about the intersection of trauma and money. To help talk about how the two subjects connect is holistic wealth coach Morgan Blackman. 

Morgan is the CEO of Holistic Bucks Coaching Inc. and is a certified Trauma of Money facilitator. The aim of Morgan’s wealth and wellness coaching business is to help female business owners and leaders better understand their relationship with money in order to become financially secure and build generational wealth. 

In this episode, Morgan explains how past traumas, regardless of their severity, can affect every part of our lives including our money. She also delves into the different trauma healing methodologies she uses in order to tackle those money-limiting beliefs. Morgan is a big believer that by taking care of your mental well-being, the rest of your life, including your wealth, will feel the healing effects. I’m a huge advocate for mental health (you know I’ve mentioned several times on the podcast I see a therapist!) and it was so great to hear from Morgan about how she’s bridging the gap between money and mental health.

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