MEET YOUR HOST ELAINE LET HER BECOME YOUR CLUTTER COACH!
September 21, 2016
Hosted by Elaine Birchall, MSW RSW
Do you love a deal? Do you find alternative uses for practically everything? Do you hold onto things because they remind you of people or memories and it feels awful to let them go? Do you want to de-clutter but JUST CAN’T do it! Would most people say a build -up has happened? Tune into Take Back Your Life when your things have taken over Let Elaine become your own personal Clutter Coach. She has specialized in working with people who Hoard-Collect and those who care about them for the past 14 plus years and SHE CAN HELP YOU TOO! Tune IN! Call IN! MOVE FORWARD and TAKE BACK YOUR LIFE!
Take Back Your Life: When Your Things Are Taking Over
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Five to six percent of the world’s people Hoard.. Over double that number care about them. Elaine Birchall is here to coach OVERWHELMED people to get unstuck from the clutter in their lives, break down blame and shame, guide and encourage those who Hoard to the lives they want. We only have one life and it is a needless shame to waste it stuck. Each of us has the right answers inside us for the challenges we face. My Mission and skill is to help you find and use them to enrich your life.
Elaine Birchall, MSW RSW
I can help people take back their life from their CLUTTER! I help them to understand and deal with the underlying reasons that they hoard, or excessively acquire. I am a recognized Canadian hoarding expert, with fourteen years of experience working with people who hoard and those who care about them, training other professionals including Fire Departments, Police, First Responders, Physicians, community and hospital based Psychiatrists and more.
I mentor hoarding coalitions across Canada and around the world. I believe that no one ever accomplished anything difficult by feeling “less” about themselves. As a hoarding expert I have been covered in print, radio and television media. I was the initiator and coordinator of the first Canadian Hoarding Coalition in 2003 and Canadian National Hoarding Coalition in 2012. Among other accolades I served as a federal fundraiser for groundbreaking Canadian Hoarding research assisting with the production of the “No Room To Spare” program in 2006, was awarded two Nepean Police commendations while on MSW placement, and was a finalist for Businesswoman of the Year: Professional Category in 2012.