Healing Money Wounds

The Stress Nanny with Lindsay Miller

04-03-2021 • 53 mins


In this episode, Dr. Greg Kushnick shares his insights in working with people to resolve personal and relational money issues.  With some great gems of wisdom around how excessive wishing for things can actually decrease happiness when we finally get them and how exploring your "money wounds" can help you heal your relationship with money, Greg will take you through some key considerations for making money less stressful.

Dr. Greg Kushnick is an experienced Manhattan clinical psychologist in private practice whose trademark is my highly actionable advice that allows clients to walk away from sessions with a toolkit of practical solutions.  As a mental health expert on anxiety, depression, anger and stress caused by workplace issues, family dynamics, social media and relationships. he offers many years of wisdom and experience from working with thousands of New Yorkers ranging from actors to Wall Street executives.

He is the creator of Techealthiest, a modern lifestyle blog on the technology of health and happiness.   He is also the creator of Voice of Motivation, or Vomo, which features his original motivational mental health quotes and quick life lessons.

In his spare time he is developing his skills as Dr. Magical, a kids magician for children in need where he combines mental health lessons with magic tricks.

Lindsay Miller, host of the Stress Nanny Podcast and founder of thestressnanny.com, is a global leader in kids mindfulness.  She helps women and children recover from stressful experiences and build resilience for the future. She draws on tools from her degree in Child Development as well as mindfulness, yoga and health coaching certifications, to help clients uncover their strengths, develop healthy habits, and improve their self-talk. By creating a safe space to work through stressful situations like family conflict, divorce, illness, infertility and loss, Lindsay supports clients from age 6-91 as they unlock their potential to live meaningfully and intentionally in any situation.

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