Hoarding Disorder (HD) is a mental health disorder where people have difficulty getting rid of possessions that are no longer useful, and efforts to get rid of the items and not new acquire items causes distress.
Simply collecting or owning lots of things does not mean someone has Hoarding Disorder. Learn more about what it means to have Hoarding Disorder, and what sets it apart from Clutter, Collecting, and Squalor
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From training and educational opportunities to networking, the IOCDF has much to offer the many professionals who work with those impacted by hoarding disorder (HD). Over the years we have built a strong community of knowledgeable mental health providers, community responders, Hoarding Task Force members, and researchers who are working with those affected by HD. By becoming a member of the IOCDF, you are joining a rich and complex community of professionals dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by hoarding.Visit Section
Save the date for the Online Hoarding Meeting taking place virtually on Saturday, August 15, 2020. The Online Hoarding Meeting offers an opportunity for professionals — from therapists and social workers to firefighters and other public safety officials — to learn how to most effectively and compassionately work with individuals with HD. Professionals will hear from leading researchers and experts in the field, and will walk away with new understanding and practical strategies for working with those affected by HD.Save the Date
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