Are you “Buried in Treasures” and trying to find a way out?
Over 348 million people in the world have Hoarding Disorder... it’s one of the most common mental health problems worldwide.
Buried in Treasures (BIT) Workshop is a nationally recognized and approved workshop, facilitated, structured and time limited support group that focuses on helping individuals with Compulsive Acquiring, Saving and Hoarding.
This workshop/support group is for individuals who are actively seeking methods of change in a scientifically based effective program that outlines skill-building, learning to think about possessions in a different way, and encourages gradual challenges to help you manage your clutter and chaos of your home.
about this proven program is that your goal is to change the manner in which you think about the things you own and the decisions you make about them.
This workshop/support group provides a framework to help you understand and work on the challenges with flexibility, trying different things and modifying the program to meet your needs.
Next Workshop Dates TBA. Contact the Organizer Coach at 304.834.5678 for further information.
Zoom (Upon confirmation of payment, you will be emailed a welcome letter and Zoom link. Reminder emails will also be sent prior to each session).
2 hours each session, 8 weeks
$600 Early Bird Registration or $650 Regular Registration
(Minimum number of attendees: 2, Maximum number of attendees: 6).
During sessions, each chapter will be discussed along with activity exercises and homework as described in the book we’ll be using: Buried in Treasures: Help for Compulsive Acquiring, Saving and Hoarding (Tolin, Frost and Steketee 2nd ed. 2013 Oxford University Press). Purchase book HERE.
– Ability to participate on Zoom platform
– Webcam (screen time required)
– Reliable internet connection
– Quiet, private and distraction free space to use during each session
– Email address required to complete and return forms
Readiness for change
Motivated to make life changes that lead to less clutter and managing hoarding disorder
Reduce clutter – your own
Ability to commit to 2 hours each week for 8 weeks
Purchase book mandatory – “Buried in Treasures: Help for Compulsive Acquiring, Saving and Hoarding” 2nd ed. Oxford University
Session 1 mandatory
English language proficiency
My continuing education and vast experience working individually with clients that have hoarding behavior disorder, clutter challenges and providing training to city health officials, non-profit agencies, foster agencies, etc. encouraged me to become a BIT Facilitator to provide you with a plan to gain control over your hoarding problems, whether they are mild or severe.
I’m looking forward to working with you and saving you a “front row seat!”
"She helped me tailor my sorting sessions to 15 minutes from my overwhelming hour I had assigned myself and was not accomplishing much but frustration. She helped me and my husband with our “expectations” since I have a perfectionistic, overachiever mentality 90% of the time. Tammy is thoughtful about the needs of her clients and goes above and beyond to empower her clients to take charge of their organizing needs."
– Una G.
“I've worked with Tammy for the past two years as co-coordinators of a Christmas event in our community. Tammy was ‘super-woman’ when it came to planning and organizing the event. She's an expert in establishing goals, making to-do lists, recruiting volunteers, and coordinating all efficiently to get the job done! It's a joy to work with someone so knowledgeable in her field. She made me look good as her co-chair—and the event was a home run!”
– Lisa M. | Speech therapist
“Thanks, Tammy!! I have been using your 15 minute procedure. It has really helped so much... I am gearing up to work in my office today...and have gotten 4 totes for my 4 areas to distribute my "things"... Hope the giveaway pile is huge.. I donate to The Arc of the MOV, Noah's Arc Thrift Stores. You have inspired me so much after being at the United Way meeting last month.”
– Anne M.
I learned how to put together a plan and a system that works for me. It helped me know where to make a good start.
– CHRISTIE M
"Excellent presentation. A topic which everyone needs to hear more about. I'm ADHD and I always need help and suggestions. Tammy truly understands the challenges and gifts people have with ADHD. Thank you, so much!"
– Lois M. | Teacher