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CR4-763 Incorporating Zero Waste Organizing for a Sustainable Future

At times, we all have moments of disorganization. For some, however, the clutter and disorganization seem to grow by the day, with no relief in sight. The truth is, if there is disorganization in the environment, there's likely to be disorganization in the mind - either psychologically or emotionally. And you can't work on one without addressing the other. In this session, we'll explore the psychological and emotional factors that fuel disorganization so you can better understand your clients and help them lead a more organized and less stressful life.

• Explain the relationship between internal and external disorganization and why you can't work with one and not the other.
• Identify the psychological differences between those who are situationally disorganized vs. chronically disorganized.
• Examine different neurological and psychological conditions that often cause disorganization.
• Recognize the childhood environments and personality characteristics that contribute to one's ability to be organized.
• Determine what the different types of clutter may say about your client and how to help them.