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Join us Monday May 4th, 2015 for a live discussion defining what Spiritual Hoarding is, with our hosts #StarzMayaMoon & #StarzCast.
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Most of us are familiar with people who hoard animals or even useless items, but a Spiritual Hoarder is unable to connect, share or interact in healthy ways with others even to the point of their own core disassociation. Join us as we talk about and define the spiritual hoarder and why, and how this can be damaging to ourselves and path; and what can be done to restore our spiritual energy or vibration.
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This show will cover questions from listeners dealing with Hoarding, SSI/SSD, Untreated Mental Illness. and Workplace Conflict:
We’re cleaning up our act and asking the big questions: Do we control our stuff? Or does our stuff control us? Are we hoarders in the making?
Tiffany Brooks HGTV Design Star and host of HGTV’s Most Embarrassing Rooms in America gives us a clean look at the piles she’s seen.
And we check in with hoarding expert Dr. Elspeth Bell. She shares strategies for dealing with hoarding, and what it means for the people and their lives before and after the TV cameras show their story.
We’re facing facts and sprucing up our biggest hidden messes. It’s time to let go of separation anxiety and take control.
Re-purposing, Having vs Hoarding!
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Today I’ll be talking about the fine art of re-purposing items, and the potential of an ambitious, creative mind. I will also talk about having vs hording and the litmus test to tell where you stand. Cleanup days are coming all too often as I find myself saving everything.
It’s one thing to have useful stuff on hand to complete a task, but it’s quite another to surround yourself with a wall of “never-gunna-use” junk. How do you tell the difference? I dunno exactly. I do know every time I am able to successfully re-purpose something, my ability, or at least my need, to keep and think of new uses for things becomes more and more an obsession. I’ve decided I am not really to blame as it is a positive by-product of trying to be more self-sufficient. That is my story and I’m sticking to it.
Join me as I talk about some of the positives of hanging on to all those once used treasures such as minimizing costs and the "cool factor". I discuss some of the things we are doing here and toss in a few ideas on how to get kids involved using the artistic, creative side of things.
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Dr. Alec Pollard, a clinical psycologist, at St. Louis University will talk about Hoarding, OCD and other anxiety disorders among older adults.
Dr. Alec Pollard, Founder and Director of the Anxiety Disorders Center (ADC) at Saint Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute (SLBMI) and Professor of Family and Community Medicine at Saint Louis University talks to listeners about hoarding, OCD and other anxiety disorders in aging adults. In 1982, Dr. Pollard established the first center in the St. Louis region dedicated to treatment, education, and research in the field of anxiety disorders. Since that time, the ADC has treated thousands of children, adolescents, and adults from over 40 states and 11 countries. Dr. Pollard is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the International Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Foundation (IOCDF) and chairs the IOCDF national training initiative, the Behavior Therapy Training Institute. He serves as a reviewer for numerous journals and conference program committees and has authored over 85 professional publications, including two books, Dying of Embarrassment: Help for Social Anxiety and The Agoraphobia Workbook. Saint Louis University Department of Family and Community Medicine 1402 South Grand Boulevard O'Donnell Hall, 2nd Floor St. Louis, MO 63104 Email: email@example.com St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute
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This show will address hoarding, journaling, and different types of therapy.
Hoarding is the acquiring and keeping of so many possessions that areas of the home become unusable, yet the person continues to avoid any meaningful reduction of the belongings. By using an intervention technique called Harm Reduction we can help the person that hoards by helping them to be safe and giving them owbership in their decisions.
Join host Tami Neumann in conversation with Debbie Stanley, Mental Health Counselor, Corporate Psychologist and founder of Thoughts In Order. Through this conversation you will learn that hoarding isn't criminal or abusive to another person and ways to successfully help the person who hoards to be safe in their environment.
Connect with Debbie:
Website It's Not About the Stuff: Understanding Hoarding, Part 1
If you've seen the TV show "Hoarders" - you know how bad this problem can be. But let's face it - we all have a "Hoarder" in us. That one room, or garage or shed or desk or even drawer - that we refuse to let anyone see.
Today we talk with professional organizer, Patty Hoyt, about the mental aspects of being chronically disorganized, and how to get past it, and clean up those messy places in our lives. I know I needed this show, and I know most of us do!
Please join us today as we talk about how to take control of those out-of-control places in our homes, offices, cars and world.
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