A growing concern for property managers and housing support staff is the number is cases of compulsive hoarding and how to effectively intervene with severe cases of Hoarding Disorder. Research has demonstrated that rapid clean-outs result in a 97% re-acquiring rate. Its imperative we find alternative approaches of therapeutically supporting individuals living with Hoarding Disorder. One such model exists that continues to demonstrate high levels of effectiveness.
This training is dedicated to learning about Hoarding Disorder as a treatable mental illness, understanding the developmental processes associated with Hoarding Disorder, and how to effectively apply addictions recovery principles to this challenging mental illness.
Housing Support Staff, Housing Managers, Community Relations Workers, Housing Providers
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Megan Phillips is a Registered Psychotherapist with over 18 years of experience working in multiple roles within community and social services. As a former Case Worker and Manager with Ontario Works, as well as a Concurrent Disorders Specialist in a community mental health program, Megan utilizes her additional award-winning experience in instructing post-secondary education to bring captivating, illustrative, relevant, and humorous educational seminars to a variety of non-profit agencies and organizations.
As an experienced presenter, Megan has dedicated herself to the educational advancement and enhancement of her fellow colleagues and community professionals in areas such as Motivational Interviewing, Burnout, Resiliency Building, PTSD, Secondary Traumatic Stress, Compassion Fatigue and Working with Clients with Multiple Barriers.