I meet you where you’re at, work at the pace you’re comfortable with, and hold space for all the emotional ups and downs of the decluttering process. As someone who has over 20 years of social work experience and soft skills training, I believe that YOU know yourself best. You’re whole, just as you are. You don’t need to be “fixed” or told what to do. All you need is someone who listens wholeheartedly to your organizational challenges, makes helpful suggestions that support your goals and values, and connects you with the right resources for this chapter in your life.
So when you look at the chaos surrounding you and can’t even begin to make sense of it, I want you to take a big breath and remember: You don’t have to do this alone. It’s ok to get help dealing with your “stuff”. (Hey, I don’t keep a perfect house and I hire professional organizers a few times a year to hold me accountable to my goals, too!)
I recognize that getting organized can be a multifaceted emotional journey. Your things aren’t just “things”…they’re woven into your story and your relationships. When you come across a photo of a loved one you’ve lost and you feel a memory catch in your throat, we can take the tea break you need. When you’re thinking about selling the collectibles your mom passed down to you and the guilt creeps in, we can navigate that sticky spot together. Not only am I an extra set of hands on deck—I’m your accountability partner and biggest cheerleader, every step of this process.
You’re inviting me into your home and trusting me with your personal effects. This is a privilege that I don’t take lightly. From shredding sensitive documents to the heart-to-hearts we share, our work together remains strictly confidential.
I respect the Code of Ethics of NAPO, ICD and the Ohio Social Worker Board.