It All Started With My Son
For me bringing order out of the chaos started with a very personal mission. My son was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Executive Dysfunction and some learning issues in kindergarten. I immersed myself in research, hoping to learn all I could to help him organize his tangled-up world. I devoured newsletters and magazines, scoured countless websites and attended every conference, teleclass and seminar I could.
Why I Created Order Out of Chaos
Marrying my personal and professional worlds, I created Order Out of Chaos in 2004 to provide professional organizing services to the chronically disorganized as well as individuals, families, and small businesses needing help with time management and organization.
The Order Out of Chaos Organizing Philosophy
Organizing doesn’t come naturally for everyone. I have built Order Out of Chaos on the philosophy that the professional organizing process begins and ends with the client. Our organizing process is organic – it evolves as we figure out TOGETHER what needs changing and what works best for you. The end results are tailor-made to fit your needs. We will focus you and help to become organized, but YOU set the pace.
What Makes My Organizing Approach Different?
Memberships & Certifications
I am a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and have received its Golden Circle distinction. I also received my Chronic Disorganization and Hoarding Specialist certifications from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD), which provides me with the expertise and education to work with individuals with ADD, compulsive hoarders and the chronically disorganized.
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