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Published on Sep 15, 2015
The Key note address by Rebecca Belofsky Shuer, at Perspectives on Hoarding Community Response to those Struggling with Finding/Keeping and/or Clutter, this full-day conference at Stockton University on May 17, 2015 focuses on what happens when people’s possessions take over their lives. Participants will examine hoarding from four perspectives: the clinician, a housing official, a person with lived experience, and a family member. Breakout sessions for clinicians and sub-code officials will identify strategies, resources, and solutions for clutter and hoarding disorder. Individuals and family members of people overwhelmed by too many things will learn best practices to reduce collecting, clean, sort, and organize processions.