CAPTRUST Vice President and Financial Advisor Cathy Seeber was recently included in a Forbes article originally published in Next Avenue, a Twin Cities-based affiliate of PBS. The article, written by Richard Eisenberg and titled “The Wrenching Financial Costs of Addiction,” is focused on the financial impact that substance abuse can have on savings.
Eisenberg links to a Financial Planning Association article written by Seeber and titled “Counseling a Client with Addiction: Tough Love Is Not the Answer.”
To read Seeber’s Financial Planning Association article, click here.
To read the full Forbes article, click here.
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