Support for Hoarding Disorder


HOARDING DISORDER (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, 5th Edition, 2013)

  • Inability to let go of items, regardless of value;

  • Perceived need to save, and distress associated with letting go of items.

Hoarding Disorder (HD) has been associated with abnormal activity in the prefrontal cortex of the brain, the place responsible for organising, planning and decision-making. 75% of people with this problem also have a co-existing mental illness such as depression or anxiety.

With a Bachelor of Health Science, a Degree in Naturopathy (including a certificate in Counselling), and Certificates in Hypnotherapy and Yoga Teacher Training, as well as 30 years in private practice as a Naturopath, I am well-equipped to support and work with people with HD.

My methods are always individually tailored, and my years of personal and professional experience will ensure you have the best quality service in starting to work through this complex and life-changing issue.


5% of all income will be donated to Headspace
and 5% will go to Save-A-Dog Scheme