National Hoarding Conference

Improving Person-Centred Outcomes

Exhibitors (listed alphabetically)

BSP: Division of Clinical Psychology, The Psychosis and Complex Mental Health Faculty with around 700 members internationally.  The core work of the Faculty is to support their members in delivering psychologically informed services that respect diversity and promote social inclusion, recovery, psychologically containing environment for all, as well as providing therapy.  The Faculty promotes principles of recovery and social inclusion for people who experience hallucinations or altered stated of mind, hold unusual beliefs, or have difficulty thinking clearly, focusing also on the needs of those who experience severe changes in mood and difficulties in regulating their emotions or have problems managing interpersonal relationship because of aspects of their personality.

Book Stand:  A mini book stand for you to browse, containing a variety of books written to help better understand hoarding behaviour, will be available to buy at the special exhibition offer.  A percentage of the sales will be donated to support people with hoarding beahviour. 

Books signing will take place at the networking reception after the conference. 


Clouds End CIC works with people in their homes with a gentle, non-judgmental approach. The client is always in control and the plan developed will always be determined by the needs and abilities of the client themselves.  Our aim is to gain trust with our clients to help them develop the skills and confidence needed to regain control over the possessions that have overwhelmed them.

Declutter Divas support people to declutter and organise their homes, offices and lives. Our aim is to promote energy and an uplifting experience to give our clients the impetus to a fresh start, finally leaving our clients with a sense of well-being.

Clutter has a detrimental effect on the client’s emotional and mental state. Clients often shut themselves away from everyone else and can become reclusive.

We work with a wide range of clients and professionals to reach a successful conclusion and more importantly a happy satisfied client setting small goals and targets along the way.

Our Motto:  ‘Where there is a will, there is a way’

Hoarding Awareness week was an initiative started by the Chief Fire Officers Association in 2014.  It was launched at the houses of Parliament. They help anyone who wishes to join us by raising awareness around hoarding.

This is a very misunderstood condition which can be approached wrongly without awareness of how it manifests itself and how to talk to people who have these issues.

Hoarding Disorders UK CIC aims to provide practical hands on support as well as expert advice to those affected by the varying levels of Hoarding Disorder, ranging from the chronically disorganised to an extreme hoarder.  We support both the individuals and their families throughout this process which helps them to reconnect with each other as a family unit and the wider local community.

Holloway Neighbourhood Group is a vibrant charity providing opportunities to bring the community together in Holloway, north London.  They run two great ventures: The Old Fire Station and Stress Project.  They also run a multi-purpose community centre, for people of all ages, at the Old Fire Station, where a low cost counselling services and complementary therapies are provided for people with stress related illness and mental health problems at Stress Project.  It is a warm and welcoming community centre just off Holloway Road.  Whether young or old, there are lots of activities going on here that you can get involved in.

Mental Health Consultancy UK is committed to positively impacting the experience of people affected with short or long-term Mental Health issues by providing individual counselling and clinical supervision; working with private and voluntary sector organisations to bring systemic change; supporting clients in an advocacy role; and delivering empowering training.

OCD Action provides support and information to anybody affected by OCD, work to raise awareness of the disorder amongst the public and front-line healthcare workers, and strive to secure a better deal for people with OCD. We are a dedicated charity with a clear vision, solid objectives and a real understanding of OCD and the impact that it has. Formed by a group of volunteers and leading professionals in 1994, the Charity has the volunteers, trustees and staff  to turn its vision into reality. OCD Action is recognised as a strong voice for people with OCD, a vital source of help and the Charity that makes a real and lasting difference to anyone affected by OCD.

Rainbow Red is a professional decluttering, organising and project management business run by the daughter of a hoarder.  We use proven motivational interviewing, change and project management techniques and a mindful, holistic, person-centred approach to empower people affected by issues associated with clutter, disorganisation and hoarding behaviours to bring order to life.

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