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Hoarding Therapy

Obsessive Compulsive Hoarding Disorder can have a serious effect of a person’s daily lives. That’s why finding the right type of hoarding therapy can be a crucial step forward in treating this disorder. Our goal is to provide help for those people with Obsessive Compulsive Hoarding Disorder, and educating you about hoarding therapy would be a step forward to help us achieve this goal.

Types of Therapy for Hoarding

Therapy for hoarding has been proven to be an effective way to treat those with a hoarding disorder. With the help of a qualified mental health professional, you can help a loved one prevent future hoarding issues.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is the most common form of treatment for hoarding disorder and is a psychological treatment that has been proven to effectively treat OCHD. This type of treatment will allow those to learn how to deal with the stress they may feel when getting rid of their once valuable possessions. It is also proven to help them develop their organization and decision making skills along with learn teaching them how to resist the urge to purchase more items.

Motivational Interviewing

Having troubles getting your loved one to find treatment? Motivational Interviewing can be the perfect answer. This type of therapy can help individuals find the motivation to seek out a hoarding therapist and accomplish goals.

Family Therapy

If you have loved ones that are being affected by Obsessive Compulsive Hoarding Disorder, Family Therapy is an option that can help solve any family relationship problems that can result from being around an individual that suffers from Hoarding Disorder.

Hoarding Therapists

The list of qualified therapists below is for reference purposes only. We hope to assist you in finding certified professionals for your specific needs. We will do our best to ensure that only qualified individuals are listed. It is recommended that you check with the appropriate professional organizations to ensure their qualifications.

Want immediate help removing clutter in your own or a loved one’s home? Call us today: 855-465-2597

Psychological Health & Safety Clinic

1061 Hamilton Street Vancouver BC V6B 5T4 778-378-8298

Dr. Rami Nader, Psychologist, PhD

330 - 145 Chadwick Court North Vancouver, BC V7M 3K1 604-340-5687

North Shore Stress & Anxiety Clinic (NSSAC)

330 – 145 Chadwick Court North Vancouver, BC V7M 3K1 604-985-3939

British Columbia Psychological Association

402–1177 West Broadway Vancouver BC V6H 1G3 604-730-0522 or 604-730-0522