We help people who are affected by hoarding disorder and other chronic conditions that result in clutter and disorganisation.

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We adopt a person-centred approach to creating long-term sustainable behaviour change.

We do not condone enforced clearouts. Our guiding principle is ‘do no harm’.

We recognise and celebrate human diversity and respond with care and compassion to every individual client.

Small Team, Big Impact

We have a combined 36 years of experience in helping to improve people’s lives. We have expertise in a number of areas, including:

hoarding disorder
chronic disorganisation
autism spectrum disorder
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
cognitive behavioural therapy
motivational interviewing
trauma informed practice
low arousal stress reduction
Help & Support

Help & Support

We provide pragmatic and practical ‘hands-on’ help for people in their home. Our main objective is to improve the health, safety and well-being of our clients.
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Training & Events

We deliver accredited training for frontline professionals to support skills practice that will enhance effectiveness in working with people who hoard.
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Policy & Guidelines

Policy & Guidelines

We help organisations to develop and implement 'best practice' hoarding policy and guidelines, including a toolkit and stakeholder engagement plan.
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The film tells the story of Ron, an 80 yr old sufferer of hoarding disorder, through his conversations with Linda, Scotland’s only qualified specialist in this newly recognised condition. The film unfolds over the course of a visit by Linda to Ron’s home where we witness their touching burgeoning friendship and gain an insight into this little known but surprisingly prevalent condition.

Filmmaker: Alice Nelson


David Woods began hoarding after suffering a mental breakdown during his teacher training. Here he speaks with STV about his life with mental illness and how there is always hope.

Filmmaker: Blair Stewart

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