In this episode of Money Tales, our guest is Dr. Ido Cohen. Money was confusing for Ido when he was growing up. His mom and dad had very different cultural orientations and mindsets about money. As a result, there weren’t many money discussions happening in the household. It wasn’t until Ido traveled to India as a young adult that he started to refine his own views about money. India was different. It’s a country full of opposites where extreme poverty walks next to vast wealth. Ido learned to be in life and enjoy it without letting money feel all consuming.
Dr. Ido Cohen, Psy.D serves individuals, couples and groups in San Francisco. As part of his practice, Ido works with a diverse range of challenges – childhood trauma, inner critic, relational issues, anxiety, a lack of fulfillment and more. Ido believes that in the intersection of our psychological, emotional, somatic and spiritual dimensions, we can develop our relationship with our inner world, and create the changes we want to see in our life. Ido is passionate in supporting individuals to create long term, sustainable change leading to vibrant, authentic, expressive and love filled lives.
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