A Professional Organising and Decluttering Service in Geelong, Victoria
Hoarding disorder does not discriminate: – it can affect anyone, regardless of their age and gender, their education, where they live and what they do for work.
Symptoms of hoarding can begin to appear at a young age and continue through each passing decade until it’s impacting your life, your relationships, your financial situation, and your health.
In my experience of helping clients that have hoarding tendencies/disorder, the common thread in their story is some experience of personal trauma – grief, loss, trauma, abuse, and other stressful life events, often combined with feelings of depression and anxiety.
It’s important for people to understand that hoarding is a real mental health condition that can be treated over time.
At A Place of Calm, we love helping clients who have hoarding tendencies or have been diagnosed with hoarding disorder because we know the difference our service and support makes.
Our referrals come from family members, NDIS support coordinators, occupational therapists, community service case managers and tenancy and property housing officers, just to name a few.
Our focus with each client is to make sure we address:
A Place of Calm welcomes your call if you are worried about a loved one who hoards or if you have a client that needs our help.
A Place of Calm welcomes calls from NDIS Participants, Support Coordinators, NDIS LAC’s, other agency Case Managers and Family Members who would like more information on how we support our clients.