I am a clinical neuropsychologist, professor and executive coach based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. My work is divided between direct client services, on the one hand, and consulting to business and financial services, on the other.

I bring my uncommon combination of expertise in neuroscience, financial psychology, mental health, and behaviour change to bear on a  wide range of personal and professional challenges. My clients are able to leverage this breadth of knowledge to efficiently create — and sustain! —  the outcomes they desire.

As the founder of Money, Mind, and Meaning, I train financial professionals across North America to work more effectively with the whole spectrum of challenges their clients bring to them: erratic decisions, overwhelming stress, procrastination, family challenges, etc. I am a senior faculty member at the Sudden Money Institute, and I have delivered keynote addresses to organizations such as the National Football Players’ Association, the Financial Planning Association Annual Retreat, and a wide array of banking, insurance, and investment companies.

I am frequently called upon by media to discuss the quirks of humans and their money. Here is a sampling: