It’s All in Your Head: Psychology, Money, and the Economies of Our Lives

This session focuses on the psychology of money. Learn how the evolution and structure of the brain affect decisions we make about our finances, as well as several common cognitive biases that can lead us in the wrong direction with our money if we are not aware of them. Finally, several solutions will be offered to improve our chances of taking emotions out of financial decisions.

Glenn Kent works as a financial advisor with Ameriprise. He earned an associate degree while attending community college in Pennsylvania and continued his path in education, obtaining a PhD in psychology. In addition to financial advising, Glenn teaches at the community and state college levels in Virginia. With advanced education and training in psychology, Glenn appreciates the important role of emotions and behavior in successful financial planning and investing. Glenn is an exercise enthusiast and lives in the city of Roanoke with his wife and three children.

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Only those attending the LIVE webinar will receive a certificate of attendance. Thank you!