Hi, and welcome to this week’s blog post, where I’d like to introduce a new partnership with Stacey Sabido from Serenity for You.
In these posts, we want to raise awareness and provide informative posts about hoarding, their effects – both practical and psychological.
We will be working holistically, which is why we have joined forces. I’ll be discussing the psychological aspects of hoarding, while Stacey will be discussing the practical aspects.
Of course, there will be points where these two meet – and it’s important that they do! – so we will both be touching on both aspects of hoarding.
In the next few months, we’ll be talking about the following topics:
What is hoarding?
Consequences on wellbeing
practical steps to help someone who’s hoarding
helping your loved one to move forward from hoarding
getting hoarding under control
responsibility and hoarding
support but don’t take over the process
distance is sometimes more helpful
I’ve decided to join forces with Stacey for a few reasons.
The first one being that the topic of hoarding is something I’ve come across in my therapy room, and even though it might not be the main topics in my clients’ therapy, clutter does impact on their wellbeing and mental health.
It is important to do the practical stuff that Stacey will be doing, but without the emotional support, the root causes will remain the same and the individual will most likely “relapse” and begin hoarding again.
A while back, I wrote a post about Spring Cleaning, which relates to de-cluttering. It doesn’t address hoarding as such, but it’s something that’s been on my mind for a while now, and I’m working on de-cluttering my house as we speak.
It’s a work in progress – papers under control, clothes organised and I really don’t need to buy any more in a long time, so I won’t! Everything has it’s place and not many extra things are around.
It feels good to do it, and I want to support a business that wants that for her clients.
I’ll let Stacey introduce herself now. For more about me, please visit this page.
Stacey Sabido – Serenity For You
Hi, I’m stacey, and I’m happy to be here!
I am kind, caring and compassionate and have always found happiness in helping others.
I am a strong believer in being in a free state of mind.
Serenity For You was established for the purpose of helping others to create SERENITY:
“….the state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled.”
I have a natural gift (if I do say so myself!) in keeping things in order and a passion for helping to improve the lives of others with my skills.
With a background in HR and customer service, I am very organised, efficient, warm & friendly!
What Serenity for You offers:
My aim as a Professional Organiser is to turn my clients chaos into serenity.
I offer a personal service that also cares about YOU as a person and not just your physical surroundings.
I want to inspire people to not only help themselves but by doing so also help others in need….
…de-cluttering your home and getting rid of items that you no longer need which would benefit the less fortunate.
I have teamed up with Shelter – a registered charity that campaigns to end homelessness.
I can remove your unwanted items and donate them to this charity which would be contributing to an amazing cause.
I offer decluttering and organising for any area of your home and I also work in offices if help with paper management and filing is needed.
I can assist with helping with home moves to take away the stress and ensure a smoother transition.
I have recently started a new and exciting partnership with KB Bllingual Counselling services. which will provide you with the support that you need if you are struggling to cope with stress and anxiety around hoarding (for yourself or your loved one).
Here are my social media platforms for you to find out more on a regular basis:
We will work together with the aim to transform your life physically and mentally, reduce your stress and increase your happiness!
We will be working particularly close with the friends or family of hoarders, with the aim to providing a team effort support network.
Together, we aim to offer professional organising (Stacey) and mental health and wellbeing support (Karin) in a way that ensures that everything is covered and you’re getting the right support, when you need it.