Boroughs of Elmbridge, Guildford, Spelthorne, Mole Valley, Woking
As the daughter of someone with hoarding tendencies, I can empathise with the physical, psychological and emotional challenged faced by families living with lots of stuff, and have learned from personal experience the sensitivity required to calmly help people holistically restore balance to their home.
If you’re looking for bespoke, confidential, non-judgemental, person-centred, practical, motivational help, advice and support to empower you to transform your home – at a pace that works for you – you’ve come to the right place.
Especially if your first flush of youth feels like only yesterday (but is actually more of a distant memory), or your health has seen better days, or symptoms related to conditions like ADHD, Autism, Fibromyalgia, OCD, Dementia or mental illness complicate your life on a regular basis.
We’re proud to be campaigning to reduce the stigma associated with hoarding, and training, coaching and mentoring the next generation of professional practitioners.
So, are you ready to warm up your decluttering muscles? Then please phone, text or email me to arrange a free one-hour initial consultation, and get ready to take the first steps on your decluttering journey!
As an Open University qualified Project Manager, former Director level PA, former Cub Scout Leader and experienced Marketer, I’ve been leading, managing and coaching people of all ages about change and diversity in a broad range of environments and industries for many years.
It’s all about engaging all the stakeholders, being flexible and having the right interpersonal skills to be able to empower and lead change.
Not only am I the daughter of a person with hoarding behaviours (who had Dementia) – so have personal lived experiences of the physical and psychological challenges of being affected by lots of stuff – I have my own lived experiences of stress related illness, so I can relate personally to many of the dilemmas that many of my clients find themselves in.
I’m a Trustee of the Fastminds Adult ADHD Support Group in Kingston-upon-Thames (I received my own ADHD diagnosis in November 2019), a Dementia Friend, and a member of the National Fire Chief Council’s Hoarding Working Group; I helped organise the very first Hoarding Awareness Week in 2014, which is also when I co-delivered the UK’s first Hoarding Awareness Training for Professional Organisers.
I’m proud to be delivering training which develops the next generation of Professional Hoarding Practitioners, in association with specialist friends and colleagues from Hoarding Disorders UK CIC and Clouds End CIC.
My passion for topics such as health and safety (especially ADHD, Autism, Executive Dysfunction, mental illness – including Dementia) and hoarding behaviours has lead me to study them at length, as well as subjects like Self Neglect, Safeguarding, Working with Hard to Engage End Users and Motivational Interviewing.
It’s why I created the Hoarding Ice-Breaker Form, which has been recognised by the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD), and translated into various languages, for use around the World.
Please refer to the Continuous Professional Development (CPD) page of my website for further information about my credentials. https://rainbowreduk.blogspot.com/2015/07/continuous-professional-development-cpd.html