The ICD Guide to Challenging Disorganization For Professional Organizers, Kate Varness, CPO-CD, MA, Editor

This book, written and edited by organizing specialists, ADHD experts and psychologists, is a primer for people who are trying to understand individuals who suffer from particularly complex organizing challenges.  Its primary audience is professional organizers, but it can be of value to the primary caretakers, friends, colleagues and support teams of those who struggle with brain injuries, chronic illness and other conditions which can impact someone’s ability to create and maintain time management systems, physical storage structures, or control over their possessions.

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The ICD Guide to Collaborating with Professional Organizers: For Related Professionals, Phyllis Flood Knerr, CPO-CD, MA, Editor

This book, written and edited by organizing specialists, ADHD experts and mental health therapists, is a primer for people who are trying to understand the basic necessities for, techniques used in, and benefits to team-oriented service provision for individuals who suffer from particularly complex organizing challenges. Its primary audiences are service providers such as counselors and in-house caregivers, and professional organizers, but it can be of value to the primary caretakers, friends, and colleagues of those who struggle with brain injuries, chronic illness and other conditions which can impact someone’s ability to create and maintain time management systems, physical storage structures, or control over their possessions.

About Lauren Williams

Me, Lauren Williams, Certified Professional Organizer®: I'm a professional organizer who works in homes, home businesses and also small businesses. I'm a NYC native who's spent time in Philadelphia, Palo Alto, Baltimore and now Seattle. All great places, but NYC will always be home, and Seattle will be where I now stay. I help you think outside of the box to get something into the box.

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