Since it was formally established in 2001, the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization (NSGCD) has been a valuable resource for professional organizers and related professionals searching for ways to assist their chronically disorganized clients.
In addition to their annual conference (which will be held in Texas this September), NSGCD has an extensive offering of teleclasses throughout the year, and new programs are developed on a regular basis.
The following is a list of new teleclasses being offered in the coming months:
Wednesday, July 7th
Knowing Me, Knowing You – An Organizer’s Dream Come True
Wednesday, July 14th
Depression in the Elderly CD Client
Katherine Anderson, CPO-CD
Wednesday, July 21st
Memory: How It Works and How to Improve It.
Phyllis Flood Knerr, CPO-CD
Wednesday, July 28th
Dee-Dee Stout, MA, CADC II, MINT
Wednesday, August 4th
Listening for Professionals
Lisa M. Orick-Martinez, Ph.D.
Wednesday, August 11th
Updated Review on the NSGCD Clutter Hoarding Scale
Sheila Delson, CPO-CD
Wednesday, August 18th
Strategies for Success: Effective Communication Skills for Working with Students with ADD/ADHD
Jennifer McDaniel Wolfe, CPO-CD, CPO, NSGCD Master Trainer
Wednesday, September 1st
Mindy Godding, CPO
Wednesday, September 14th
Denslow Brown, CPO-CD
Wednesday, September 15th
Should I Report This or Not? What Every Professional Organizer Needs to Know About Abuse, Neglect, and Other Potential Harms in the CD Household
Tiffany deSilva, MSW, LSW, CTACC
Wednesday, September 29th
Bipolar Disorder Session I
Julie A. Fast
There is no charge to register for the teleclasses, but you must be an NSGCD member (or “subscriber”) to participate. Membership is open to professional organizers who are already a member of NAPO, POC, or AAPO, or who can provide documentation verifying that they have been in business as a professional organizer for at least one year.
Visit the NSGCD website to download an application or to learn about the other subscriber benefits.