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5 star rating

Excellent introduction to some really useful tools!

Laurene Livesey Park

Alison's introduction to these tools from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization is concise and helps us understand the uses of each tool. She gives...

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Alison's introduction to these tools from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization is concise and helps us understand the uses of each tool. She gives a helpful example from her own life to illuminate the value of the tools.

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5 star rating

So helpful!

Jennifer Snyder

Not only is this course incredibly helpful, it is completely free! Watch it, download the resources and share with your friends.

Not only is this course incredibly helpful, it is completely free! Watch it, download the resources and share with your friends.

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5 star rating

A how-to-start-guide in 3 steps and so much more

Sue West

These 3 choices fit together so well. They are like a short guide to understanding what is behind a clutter challenge. Because these resources also help us t...

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These 3 choices fit together so well. They are like a short guide to understanding what is behind a clutter challenge. Because these resources also help us to understand our relationship to our things, maintaining will be easier than it has been before. Get curious; it's the most nonjudgmental way we can be.

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5 star rating

Terrific Resources!

Hazel Thornton

I have used these ICD resources in my own professional organizing career. How handy it is that Alison is providing them in an easy-to-use format, on her we...

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I have used these ICD resources in my own professional organizing career. How handy it is that Alison is providing them in an easy-to-use format, on her website!

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Course curriculum

    1. Intro to my favorite ICD® resources

    2. Intro and LINKS to 3 free resources from ICD®

    1. ICD® Resource #1 • ICD® Clutter--Hoarding Scale®

    2. ICD® Resource #2 • Clutter Quality of Life Scale

    3. ICD® Resource #3 • Factors Associated with Disorganization

    4. What's next?

ICD® is the premier reference for chronic disorganization. Here is an introduction to several key ICD® resources. These are valuable for EVERYONE, regardless of your ability to manage your belongings. Resources available in multiple languages.

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  • 6 lessons

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