- Jonas C. Brown
- Financial Therapist
- Specialization in:
- attachment issues
- money obsession
- wealth obsession
- constant spending
- Poor savings habits
- Financial Infidelity
Are you crazy about money? many of us are. We spend too much of it and save too little. We hoard it and we sink into debt over it. We lavish it and are stingy with it. We lie about it and fight over it. We think about it all the time and we avoid thinking about it at all. What makes us act this way?
We like to believe that our choices and actions are guided by rationality and common sense. But in fact, reason and common sense often have little to do with our money behavior. Even trained financial professionals can be crazy about money. Rather, our decisions are governed by our emotions and money beliefs. If these emotions and beliefs are balanced and clear, we will act wisely with our money. If they are confused, we will make poor decisions, creating financial havoc and deep unhappiness.
Sacro Capital gives back to the community through donations and supporting the Orca Conservancy. This is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working on behalf of Orcinus orca, the killer whale, and protecting the wild places on which it depends.February 20, 2016
Jonas Brown has officially release his first book titled Breaking the Paycheck to Paycheck Cycle.September 22, 2015
Sacro Capital Group made the local news with a full interview on live TV.July 1, 2015
Sacro Capital Group, an financial management firm, enters the market. SCG commits to helping individuals and families meet their long-term financial goals.June 15, 2014
Thank you for giving me your consideration. Life is full of challenges and struggles, which can sometimes leave one feeling overwhelmed, anxious or searching for answers. As your financial therapist, my goal is to create a safe, non-judgmental therapeutic space where you have the opportunity to explore your feelings and share your unique story.
Together we can work towards developing insight and awareness, creating effective coping skills and gaining a greater sense of hope for a more enjoyable and gratifying life.
It is my mission is to help you understand how psychological factors impact financial behaviors, to establish evidenced-based practices for improving your financial health,
I look forward to working with you.
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