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This interactive workshop includes:

  • psychology of hoarding behaviour
  • behaviours and characteristics
  • co-morbidity
  • community impact
  • risks and issues
  • collaboration and engagement
  • change and motivation
  • harm-reduction
  • evidence-based treatment
  • funding and legislation
  • policy and practice

Participants are encouraged to share and discuss case studies with the aim of enabling the group to practice and enhance their skills and techniques in a structured and supportive environment.

On completion of this course, it is expected that participants will feel more confident in their ability to help people affected by hoarding to create long-term sustainable behaviour change.

Study time is 2 days (plus additional reading)