Hoarding Disorder is a mental health problem that affects 2-5% of adults in the United States. People with this problem often live in excessively cluttered homes and experience significant distress at the prospect of letting items go. They may have trouble with organizing and often have strained relationships or live in isolation. The clutter in the home sometimes leads to health-related risks, safety issues, and eviction. People with HD may have another co-morbid mental health problems such as Major Depressive Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, ADHD, or PTSD. This workshop will provide information on the demographics, causes, assessment and intervention of hoarding disorder, with specific attention to providing office-based treatment and the need to create a team beyond the walls of the office.
1. Learn information about prevalence and demographics.
2. Learn assessment and specialized intervention models for hoarding
3. Learn about community resources and supports
4. Hear from clients about their experiences in treatment
Private Practice Colloquium, Inc.564 Loring AvenueSalem, MA 01970