One in four people with a mental health problem are also struggling with debt. Mental health and financial worries can be closely intertwined, creating a cycle of worsening symptoms.

Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), the Money Worries programme helps people understand the relationship between their financial stress and mental health, gain tools to improve financial behaviour, and develop coping techniques to combat financial stress and depression.

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Money Worries Modules:

  • Money and Mental Health
  • Your Thoughts About Money
  • Changing Your Thoughts About Money
  • Getting Active on a Budget
  • Facing Your Financial Fears
  • Managing Worry About Money
  • Acceptance and Hope About Money Difficulties
  • Getting Control Over Impulsive Spending

  • Staying Financially Healthy


Interactive Tools Include:

  • Relaxation exercises
  • Facing Your Fears Quiz
  • My Activities List
  • Activity Scheduling on a Budget
  • CBT Cycle

Money Worries with Dr Thomas Richardson Podcast

Our CBTalks Podcast covers a wide range of topics, some of which address holistic challenges such as the link between financial difficulties and mental health conditions. In Episode 17 of our podcast, Money Worries, Amwell® sits down with Dr Thomas Richardson, clinical psychologist and accredited Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, to discuss the interrelationship between mental health and financial implications. Further, in order to help individuals discover a healthy balance between the two, SilverCloud® teamed up with Dr Richardson to develop an online-based psychological intervention known as the Space from Money Worries program. Listen to Dr Richardson’s insight and guidance on using CBT to tackle the underlying patterns that link financial and mental health issues here:


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