Maggie Baker, Ph. D., has been a practicing clinical psychologist for more than 30 years. After counseling many individuals, couples, children and families dealing with financial stress, she developed an expertise in behavioral economics and the psychology of wealth. The catalyst was my own financial debacle and my patientï¿½s financial stress. Today, approximately half of my clients have money as a core issue. In addition to her therapy practice, Maggie Baker gives financial workshops designed to help people get a better grasp of how their emotions link to their money habits. She is a member and past president of The Profits Investment Club under the umbrella of the National Association of Individual Investors Corporation, a national organization committed to providing sound investment information, education and support to lay investors. Recognized as an expert in personal finance and financial therapy, she has been quoted in a variety of national and local publications, including Money magazine, the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Main Line Times. She has given presentations on financial wellness, the psychology of money and holistic wealth for organizations like Merrill-Lynch, Women in Insurance and Financial Services, Women of Wit and Wisdom and the International Psychology of the Self Conference.