The term ‘chronically disorganized’ is NOT a diagnosis or an illness; it is used to describe a situation in which traditional organizing methods are unlikely to be maintained and will require particularly unique and simple solutions to become more organized.
In these circumstances, we provide our clients with additional support: education to learn new skills, coaching to change habits and sustain motivation, emotional support to increase self-confidence, and long term support to maintain a reasonable organized environment when needed.
To learn more about chronic disorganization, visit the links below:
- Syllogomanie (FR)
- Hoarding (EN)
- ADD (EN)
- ADHD (EN)
- Trouble obsessionnel compulsif (TOC) (FR)