Do you have a lot of clutter but not sure which category you fall under? If so, this episode is for you.
In this week’s episode, I talk about 4 types of disorganization and the differences between them. Hint, one is a disorder that is listed in the DSMV. The remaining 3 are not considered a disorder, but are very relevant for people who have a lot of clutter. If you have a lot of clutter, but are not sure which category you would fall under, this episode is for you. You will learn about the 4 different categories and you can decide which one you may fall under.
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About Kathy McEwan
Kathy McEwan, BA. Sociology, is the CEO of Second Set of Hands, a home and office organizing business. Second Set of Hands is located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Kathy started her business as a solopreneur and now has an amazing team of organizers. They help busy professionals, and/or those who struggle with having too much clutter. Kathy also loves working with clients who are moving, and need help with getting their home ready for sale, packing and unpacking. Her passion is to help those who are feeling overwhelmed, become less stressed, more productive and have a more simplified life.
For organizing, packing or unpacking help please visit Second Set of Hands www.secondsetofhands.ca
To learn more about Kathy McEwan visit www.kathymcewan.com
Institute of Challenging Disorganization (ICD) https://www.challengingdisorganization.org/
ICD Clutter-Hoarding Scale https://www.challengingdisorganization.org/clutter-hoarding-scale
ICD “Are You Affected by Chronic Disorganization?” Questionnaire https://www.challengingdisorganization.org/assets/Publications/FactSheets/ICD%20fs001%