Today I start my two-year term as Marketing Director for the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization. So it seems fitting that I would devote a little space to raising awareness about this terrific group.
As you can see from the Credentials, I’ve received a great deal of education from the NSGCD. I received my CPO-CD® credential through the group’s rigorous, 20-month certification program; I’ve earned both their Level II specialist certificates and nine out of ten of their Level I certificates of study. And I continue to learn from them: I’ve taken over 90 teleclasses in the last five years and that number keeps growing.
It’s an amazing resource for professional organizers and related professionals to help their disorganized clients.
But NSGCD isn’t just about helping professional organizers and related professionals. It also offers services to the chronically disorganized public. Are you chronically disorganized? You might be if you meet these criteria:
If that resonates with you, hop on over to the NSGCD’s website and check out their resources.
If you’re dealing with a lot of clutter, you can download a copy of the Clutter-Hoarding Scale to give you an idea of where you stand; download free fact sheets on a variety of issues related to disorganization; find a professional organizer who specializes in working with chronically disorganized clients.
I’m so proud to be a part of this group and honored to appointed to its board of directors. It has done so much for me personally and professionally and I’m delighted to give back.