NAPO Pittsburgh Chapter, President
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Clear Organization, Conway PA 15027, email@example.com 412-913-9191
Dorothy L. Clear
Clear Organization is committed to helping clients restore order and restore joy in their lives. Our clients want to recover from accumulated clutter or a hoard which began with a significant loss, multiple losses, or trauma. Most suffer from grief or depression. Some clients are physically impaired. Some have other problems such as alcoholism, addiction, OCD, ADHD, or are mentally impaired. We understand these challenges and the stigma which accommodate them. We offer non-judgmental, empathetic approaches to organizing which include principles from the 12-steps of recovery programs.
WELCOME!!! Thank you for visiting our website. You have taken a very important step to restoring order and joy to your life.
Who are our typical clients?
- Busy executives who don't have time to put processes in place.
- People who need help unpacking.
- Grown children who live too far away to help their parents downsize.
How does this benefit you?
Many of our clients are overwhelmed and do not know where to start. We can work one on one with you to help you make the tough decisions about what to keep and what discard. This lowers your stress level and gives you a sense of accomplishment.
If you prefer, we can also work independently to organize for you. But you remain a vital part of the decision-making process.
I am proud to announce that I have been voted in as the NAPO Pittsburgh chapter's president for 2015-2016. My new service position went into effect May 15, 2015. Please visit www.napopittsburgh.net.
Community County of Beaver County (CCBC) has accepted our proposal to bring the Conquer Your Clutter course to their Fall 2015 non-credit course schedule.
On June 4th, 2015 I completed the following training:
Psychosocial Issues, Assessment and Treatment Interventions with Hoarding Behavior. This all day training was sponsored by Beaver County CAN (Collaborative Action Network), in collaboration with the Pennsylvania LINK Aging and Disabilities Resource Center of Allegheny, Beaver, Fayette, Greene, and Washington Counties.