Does Fear Get in the Way of Your Money Mojo?

Zoe Gillis, Imelda Villalobos |

Whether it’s fear of taking on investment risks, running out of money, or simply sitting down to look at your monthly bills, many of us can feel overwhelmed when it comes to money matters. The consequences of not addressing those fears, though, can create bigger problems and unintended financial consequences down the road. In this webinar, financial coach Imelda Villalobos and group therapist Zoe Gillis discuss practical ways to face and overcome your money fears so that you can be the financially savvy woman you were meant to be.



Psychotherapist Zoe Gillis is a licensed marriage and family therapist who specializes in running groups and wilderness retreats, both of which offer individuals unique opportunities to learn about themselves and connect with others. She currently leads a young adult group, a co-ed process group, and mindful wilderness retreats. She is trained in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and integrates meditation and mindfulness into her practice as a therapist and her daily life. You can learn more about Zoe at and about the retreats she runs at Z Adventures.

Imelda Villalobos is a personal financial coach. Her firm, Prosper+Us Financial Coaching, encourages people to embrace financial empowerment by developing skills to become more knowledgeable, capable, and self-reliant. Imelda started her career in corporate finance but shifted her focus to educating, training, and providing resources for small businesses and individuals. Recognizing the role money can have in shaping relationships and well-being, she decided to reshape her own relationship with money and help others do the same. She thrives on coaching people to eliminate debt, customize budgets, and set financial goals so that they can lead more fulfilling lives.