Having a hoarding disorder is complex and has many factors including, how a person thinks, attention deficit hyperactivity and perfectionism, OCD, depression and other common factors.

While people who are not experiencing a hoarding disorder may believe what the person collects is just rubbish to the other person is can be aesthetic, sentimental and practical.

Signs of having a hoarding disorder include:

  • Severe anxiety when discarding items
  • Inability to throw away possessions
  • Difficulty organising items in house

Speaking to a Psychologist at Life Resolutions we will help you and your loved ones understand why you have a hoarding disorder and put in place an action plan to help you into your recovery. Utilising the tools that our Psychologists provide you will help you with your recovery, we will not only help you recover from your disorder but also help you to maintain a safe and healthy lifestyle.

To speak with an experienced Psychologist today call us on 1300 668 256 or visit our website to learn more about hoarding and how you can help yourself or your loved one with overcoming this disorder at: www.liferesolutions.com.au/counselling-services/