This is a 2 hour, interactive workshop, discussing the three key components to letting go of clutter. This workshop works best in community based venues. There is a lot of audience participation, with lots of sharing personal stories about the clutter in their lives. This workshop plants the seeds needed to begin addressing the clutter that locks us up tight, removing the shame associated with clutter.
Invite your friends over for a Clear the Clutter party. Lean together how to let it go. LOTS of time to share personal experiences.
In your home or virtually by phone, we will get you to a place that is free of clutter.
I must say that in my 20+ years of educational presentations this one was by far the best .
Kathi Liberman, Wethersfield, CT
I think all who attended got something out of your presentation. There were actually 2 tenants at our meeting who have “hoarding” issues, and have accepted that they need help. It was great that they came and shared in the conversation. I think it helped them to know that they are not alone. I will definitely recommend you in the future.
Thanks for the great presentation!
Mary Gallagher, RSC.
Newington Housing Authority
Excellent presentation. This made me feel better about myself.
Susan, Wethersfield, CT.
I liked the stories. I could relate to them. I also liked her personality. Diane made me feel comfortable, relieving the shame I have about my clutter.
Anonymous. Wethersfield, CT
This workshop was not like the usual, unhelpful, "cluttering" message. It was based on the phycology behind the clutter. It was presented in an easy to relate to manner with lots of examples for us. We would love to have a follow up workshop next month!
Eileen. Somers, CT.
Lots and lots of good ole fashioned common sense. People were hanging on every word.
P. B. C. Somers, CT.
It was " right on" about my clutter!
Jackie D. Somers, CT.
This workshop was very helpful, upbeat and done in an interesting manor.
Andrea Tanen Somers, CT.
Thanks for the great workshop. Many people have come to my office to comment on how good the presentation was. They took away information they could actually use. The information was presented in a way that didn’t make a person feel guilty. I have to admit, I went home and started de-cluttering that same weekend!
Fran Little, RSC
Woodcrest Elderly Housing
May 2, 2019
Sea Crest Conference Center
May 9, 2019
Pitkin Community Center
May 31, 2019
Somers Housing Authority
June 20, 2019
Cefalo Memorial Complex
New Milford, CT 06776, US