Dr. Ted Klontz, Ph.D., is the founder of the Financial Psychology Institute and an Associate Professor of Practice of Financial Psychology & Behavioral Finance at Creighton University Heider College of Business. Dr. Klontz’s clients have included the U.S. Defense Department, financial professionals, collegiate and professional athletes, entertainers, high wealth, and high profile individuals and families.
He has been referred to as “The People Whisperer” by both those who observed his work as well as those he’s worked with. He trusts your natural tendency to grow within the right environment.
Dr. Klontz has developed a unique process to aid people on their journey of self-discovery. It’s through this that he establishes an environment of trust and safety to help his clients find what is and what has always been right there with them.
While others may join their clients in what’s wrong, Dr. Klontz joins his clients in enhancing what’s already working. His therapeutic approach is a way of being with people, not something prescribed to them.
Trust and safety is the environment and listening is the art.
With over 45 years of counseling and coaching experience, Dr. Klontz has an extensive international practice working with individuals, couples, families, businesses and organizations.
He is an author of six books, a published researcher, professional speaker, trainer, workshop designer, facilitator and trouble-shooter. His corporate work is focused on the psychological factors and research implications/applications to the areas of strategic planning, productivity, intrinsic motivation, succession planning, and employee retention.
Dr. Klontz is well-known for the development and customized application of unique tools and techniques for helping change troublesome behaviors. He appears frequently in expert roles in local, national, and international media, including the Oprah Winfrey Network as well as many of the national TV networks.