Rich people who just can’t seem to find their way through the world finally have someone looking out for them—wealth therapists.
One of the newest cottage industries servicing the 1%, wealth therapists help the affluent deal with having so much money, according to a new feature in Bloomberg Businessweek.
Although its easy to hear the tiny violins playing, the article does note that serious issues can come from having a huge amount of money—more depression, anxiety, and other psychological problems can arise when a big amount of money comes into someones life:
As you might expect, this type of therapy doesn’t come cheap. Clay Cockrel, a wealth therapist quoted in the article, charges up to $450 per hour.
To read more about just how wealth therapy works, read the full story at Bloomberg Businessweek.