RESET: From Clutter RECORDING

$35.00

Description

Do you have cluttered spaces and struggles to organize or part with possessions? Do you receive feedback from family or friends concerned about your clutter or does clutter impact your relationships? Do you have a loved-one that you are concerned about regarding their clutter? Most will say they may have a cluttered space(s) or struggle at times with clearing the clutter.  This webinar recording will help you learn more about clutter and determine if clutter goes beyond disorganization plus tips to eliminate unnecessary clutter. 

Debra Fileta M.A., LPC is joined by Julie Lundy, a therapist who specializes in excessive clutter and hoarding concerns.

This webinar recording…

  • Provides practical tips for understanding clutter.
  • Helps us to understand emotional ties to possessions.
  • Explains the differences between clutter and hoarding.
  • Identifies the next steps if clutter is impacting you emotionally or you struggle to make decisions about possessions.

WHAT’S A WEBINAR RECORDING?

  • After your purchase is complete you will receive an email that contains the webinar link. Click on the webinar link to view and download the webinar recorded video.
  • This is not a live event.
  • Length: Approx 1 Hour, Watch at your convenience

Book An Online Session with a Debra Fileta Counselors Network Counselor today!

Please email questions to debra@truelovedates.com

DEBRA FILETA M.A., LPC

DEBRA FILETA is a Licensed Professional Counselor, national speaker, relationship expert, and bestselling author of six books including Are You Really OK?Choosing Marriage, True Love Dates, Love In Every Season, Married Sex and RESET. She’s the host of the hotline style Love + Relationships Podcast where she candidly answers caller questions about love, sex, dating, and mental and emotional health. She’s also the creator of the popular relationship advice blog, TrueLoveDates.com. Together, her blog and podcast reaches millions of people each year with the message that healthy people make healthy relationships. She’s had the privilege of speaking at churches and ministries all over the country including FreshLife Church, Saddleback Church, Focus on the Family, 700 Club, and Better Together on TBN. Connect with her on FacebookInstagram, or book an online session with her today.

JULIE LUNDY, EDS, NCC, LPC

Julie Lundy is a practitioner in the field of therapeutic counseling and coaching who divides her time
between clinical practice, training, and consulting. In her clinical practice, she delivers cognitive
behavioral therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based treatments to clients with a wide range of
emotional, behavioral, and adjustment problems, such as anxiety, stress, depression, and relationship
problems related to hoarding disorder (HD). In her consulting work, she has provided consultations to
individuals, families, city and county agencies, and others who either are interested in learning more
about hoarding disorder or desire to have guidance regarding a loved-one that may suffer from this
disorder. Julie provides therapy or consultations on average of 30-40 cases per year. In addition, Julie
has done numerous presentations on Hoarding Disorder at mental health conferences and city/county
agencies including:

-The South Carolina Annual Social Work Conference
-Tri-County Area on Mental Health
-Lexington County Area on Aging
-SC State Fire Marshal

As the family member of someone who has had hoarding disorder (HD) she understands how stressful
the impact of hoarding has on loved ones. For those family members who live with the person with
hoarding disorder such as a partner/spouse, child, sibling, or dependent parent, living among the
extreme clutter can cause physical and emotional difficulties. Impacts can also be present for family
members who do not live with the person with HD, and all families affected by HD may experience
friction and tension as a result.

Typically, treatment for adults with hoarding disorder (HD) takes 26 sessions or about 1 year, sometimes
more in severe cases. A typical treatment plan with those suffering from HD includes:

-Individual or group sessions
-Office and in-home sessions
-Practice in acquiring locations
-Family consultation
-Assistance from a coach if available
-Cleanouts with trained staff/coach, if necessary, for extensive clutter
-Psychoeducation