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Media Appearances

As a renowned psychotherapist, writer, and entrepreneur, Joyce Marter is a regular contributor to the media. Marter is routinely consulted as a psychological expert in the media and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, U.S. News & World Report, Women’s Health, Real Simple, CNN, and MTV, just to name a few. She is a seasoned guest on both television and radio, and an expert blog and article contributor.

Featured Media Appearances

Creating a Workplace Culture in Which People Want to Work

Attracting and retaining top talent is crucial for any organization’s success. However, it’s not just about offering competitive salaries and benefits—you want to create a positive and inclusive work environment in which employees feel valued, respected, engaged, and empowered to contribute their unique perspectives.

‘I made over $800,000 last year. I still refuse to pay my daughter’s university education.’

Andrea Mac will not be paying for her daughter’s higher education. The mum of four children aged five to 19, is a growth strategist from Chicago and she’s a business owner too. Over the past seven years she says she has managed to create an annual income for herself of approximately US $550,000. This is equivalent to about … Read more

Addressing the mental health challenges CFOs face in the workplace

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Finance leaders, like many in the workforce, can face mental health challenges due to a stressful environment, overwork, and other factors, according to Joyce Marter, a licensed psychotherapist, speaker on mental health in the workplace, and author of The Financial Mindset Fix: A Mental Fitness Program for an Abundant Life.

How to Destigmatize Mental Health in the Workplace

The mental health of employees is a core component of any business’s success. While employers now recognize that they need to support employees’ mental health and cultivate a culture of psychological safety, they struggle to do so most efficiently and effectively.

A Guide to Obtaining Insurance for Mental Health Care

Mental health is an essential aspect of our everyday life. It impacts how we think, feel, handle stress, interact with others and make decisions. Yet each year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), more than 26 million Americans struggle to find accessible mental health care, partly because they have to navigate a … Read more

Best Life Insurance Companies for Mental Health in January 2024

Think you can’t get life insurance because of mental health? Depending on your diagnosis, the severity and the treatment protocol, your mental health might not affect getting life insurance as much as you think — or at all. After analyzing and researching various companies, MoneyGeek’s picks for the best life insurance for a mental health … Read more

TRSA Annual HR, Health, and Safety Summit Empowers Professionals

TRSA, the leading association for textile services professionals, recently concluded its annual HR, Health, and Safety Summit in Milwaukee. Professionals from both human resources and health and safety fields gathered for a day of intensive professional development, aimed at enhancing their skills and knowledge. The event featured educational sessions tailored to each field.

Financial Trauma: Symptoms, Causes, & How to Cope

Financial trauma refers to the emotional, cognitive, relational, and physical symptoms triggered by significant financial distress. These stressors can include poverty, homelessness, food insecurity, and unemployment. As a result, individuals may experience heightened anxiety regarding money, with many feeling fearful about making financial decisions or planning for the future.

How AI Affects Mental Health in the Workplace

The rise of AI (artificial intelligence) and its increasing presence in the workplace has brought a tsunami of change, creating new mental health challenges for both employers and employees. As humans, we can be resistant to change. Employees may feel frustrated, annoyed, and resistant about learning how to adapt to new ways of working.

Alcohol Support Groups: Different Types & What to Know

Alcohol support groups are gatherings where people struggling with alcohol addiction seek guidance, share experiences, and receive support from peers in a non-judgmental environment. Led by trained facilitators or fellow members, these groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), provide a platform for participants to discuss challenges, learn coping strategies, and work towards sobriety through mutual … Read more

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