Money and Work Adaptive Styles Index. Bonnie DenDooven, MC, LPC began development of an instrument to help those who suffer difficulties with money or work in 1999. This instrument is used worldwide by clinicians to create wellness in these behaviors.
Bonnie offers training for therapists who want to learn these important techniques. Contact the International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Therapist (IITAP) for schedule of next training opportunity.
Compulsive Shopping – Compulsive Spending
Deprivation (Living Without)
Being in a Relationship with Someone with Money or Work Problems
Shoplifting, Embezzlement, Employee Theft
Not Satisfied with Current Employment
Addicted to Adrenaline Jobs
High Risk Investments
Failed as an Entrepreneur – Want to be Successful Business Owner
The Money and Work Adaptive Styles Index (MAWASI ©) is designed to assist in the assessment of troublesome money and work issues which may indicate the presence of a financial and/or work addiction. Developed by Bonnie Dendooven to help others assess issues surrounding money and work, this instrument is grounded in theories of addiction, attachment, neuromarketing, and behavioral economics. The MAWASI provides a profile of responses which help to discriminate between addictive and non-addictive behavior..