Organising & Productivity Consulting – Clutter & Hoarding

Organising & Productivity Consulting

Help for the following situations:

  • Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Anxiety, Depression, Stress
  • Ageing
  • Chronic Disorganisation
  • Situational Disorganisation
  • Hoarding
  • Life Transitions
  • Time Management and Productivity

During periods of transition when home, family, health, work, or studies become secondary, I can help you to regain your focus. Are you feeling stressed, frustrated, overwhelmed, and frozen in time – not knowing where to start or look? Do you juggle many activities and constantly feel like you are getting nowhere despite feeling busy most of the day? When you are struggling with the overwhelm in their heads, homes, and their lives, I can assist you to re-prioritise. 

I will work with you to become more organised and develop new skills to a level that suits your interests, lifestyle, and home. These may include:

  • making decisions on the vision for your life, home, and time
  • assessing your existing activities, items, and projects
  • making the best use of your current space
  • organising systems to maintain an organised life to suit your needs
  • helping you achieve a balance between work, family, and study

Sometimes the situation is more significant when you have experienced trauma or grief. It is important to work with a professional that is grief and trauma-informed. There are also different levels of disorganisation. I can work with you whether you are feeling just a bit of clutter (mental or physical) through to hoarding tendencies.

In addition, I provide virtual professional organising if you want to work through your organising projects through telehealth (online or by phone).


What you may be experiencing?

Have you been excessively acquiring items in your home? Do you find it difficult to discard or part with possessions? You may have started excessively acquiring items to avoid grief reactions, but now other aspects of your mental health are impacted. Coping with daily living may become more challenging. Your possessions may start to affect your relationship with yourself, others, and your comfort within your home.

Maintaining a household with excessive clutter may expose you or your family to chronic physical and mental illnesses, including stress, anxiety, and depression. You may have feelings of shame and guilt, which prevent you from having anybody over to your home, resulting in isolation and loneliness. In addition, household maintenance activities might be neglected, resulting in structural damage and safety concerns.

Grief, trauma, anxiety, depression, stress, guilt, shame, and other strong emotions can be complicated and overwhelming. I get it! I can help. I am a natural fit as a registered clinical counsellor, mental health practitioner, specialist bereavement counsellor, and organising and productivity consultant. For instance, I can work with you on the emotions stirred up in the organising process such as anger, sadness, disgust, and fear. I can help you to be more ready, willing and able to start working with a hands-on organiser by building up your capacity to begin.

Find Your Place

“Being organized isn’t about getting rid of everything you own or trying to become a different person; it’s about living the way you want to live, only better.”

– Andrew Mellen
Professional Organiser, Author of Unstuff your life.

ICD ADHD Organizing
ICD Aging
ICD Chronic Disorganization
ICD Hoarding
ICD - Time Management & Productivity Specialist Badge
Changed In Between
ICD Hoarding
ICD Hoarding
ICD Hoarding
NAPO - Workplace Productivity
NAPO - Team Productivity