Person-Centered Financial Education

Person-Centered Financial Education© (PCFE) is an educational approach that views personal finances and economics as an integral part of the whole person. 

Person-Centered Financial Education© incorporates the tools of basic finance and economics into an understanding of a person’s psychological, emotional and cultural relationship with money.  Learn more link

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We keep our ears to the ground and finger on the pulse at FHI, bringing you the latest information on all things financial health.

Navigating the Impact of Financial and Economic Stress on Mental HealthRead More
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How Parents Can Help Their Kids Learn Financial HealthRead More
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FHI Celebrates 16 years of Person-Centered Financial EducationRead More
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Why “Financial Health”?

Money is one of the most frequently reported causes of stress. Stress is one of the most influential determinants of health. Poor health is one of the largest burdens on personal finances. Learn more about how we have defined Financial Health, in line with the WHO’s definition of health.

Training Program Design

FHI is frequently asked to help design programs for other organizations – here’s how we can help you if you’re looking to design your own training program

Training System Design & Consulting

FHI develops, implements and manages large scale training projects that span across regions, states, multiple agencies and/or departments

Comprehensive Course and Program Design

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Course and Program Delivery

FHI develops, implements and delivers training programs specifically developed for clients and customers of human services and economic development