Article in Book for Disorganized People
Disorganized people need compassionate support when disorganization undermines their physical and emotional well-being. In continuing my journey to help people who are disorganized, I contributed an article to an important new book designed to benefit disorganized people. The book, The ICD Guide to Collaborating with Professional Organizers: for Related Professionals, is written for therapists, AD/HD coaches, hoarding task forces, support groups, and clients and their families. It is designed to inform all of these groups about the many ways they can work with trained professional organizers to help chronically disorganized clients improve their living conditions.
The ICD Guide to Collaborating with Professional Organizers: for Related Professionals is published by the Institute for Challenging Disorganization. It includes articles contributed by 57 industry experts plus 25 case studies. Contributors include experienced professional organizers, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, AD/HD coaches, and social workers. The book outlines models for collaborating. There are over 500 pages of useful information, all for just $49.95 plus shipping. Now available at: http://www.challengingdisorganization.org/rpguide.