Megan is a financial therapist and consultant for Stackin. She is passionate about helping individuals and couples find balance and understanding in their relationship with money. She believes whole-heartedly that money is about so much more than numbers and embraces a shame-free perspective on financial behavior. Through her own journey as a self-proclaimed money avoider and math phobe, Megan is especially attuned to the complexities surrounding our relationship with money and experiences of money stress, shame, and detachment. As one of the leading experts in the growing field of financial therapy, Megan has an interdisciplinary education and practice background, earning a Ph.D. in financial planning and a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy. She served as president of the Financial Therapy Association (FTA), co-authored The Fundamentals of Writing a Financial Plan, and published several peer-reviewed articles, including her own financial therapy model, the Ford Financial Empowerment Model (FFEM).