“Out of clutter, find simplicity. From discord, find harmony. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.”
Clutter To Comfort offers Reiki bodywork. Reiki is an ancient Eastern form of bodywork (the term stems from the Japanese word for universal life energy). It is a method to induce deep relaxation and reduce stress.
This holistic bodywork honors the mind, body and spirit as integral in the promotion of healing. In addition to accelerating physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health, it also works by balancing the body’s energy centers to maximize wellness.
Reiki sessions take place on a massage table, with the client completely clothed. Gentle, light touch (not massage) is placed on different areas of the body requiring energy release and improved flow. Time is allowed to process the bodywork, and sessions last an hour.
Reiki is offered in one’s home or in the office. Reiki is a wonderful adjunct to talk therapy, especially when a client is feeling blocked or in need of a healing release.
ThetaHealing is a therapy process which creates physical, psychological and spiritual healing through a meditative focus using the Theta brainwave. The Theta brainwave is a state of very deep relaxation and awareness.
In ThetaHealing, importance is given to the power of focused thought, the programming of the mind through neurolinguistics and the ability to increase control over one’s life. The subconscious and conscious mind is explored, respecting their creative synergy.
ThetaHealing is offered in one-hour sessions and is available in one’s home or in the office. It is an effective adjunct to therapy, especially for those who feel frustrated by their symptoms.
If your business or organization is looking for a keynote speaker or workshop presenter, Clutter To Comfort can meet your needs with a variety of topics. Fee-for-service applies.
Clutter To Comfort is not only an in-home decluttering service, it is also a counseling and therapy service.
Counseling is offered in a variety of areas going well beyond the scope of cluttering issues. This includes counseling for mood disorders such as depression and anxiety; helping people adjust to life transitions and challenges; stress management; working with relationship issues (parenting, marital, grief and loss); and the promotion of overall greater wellness and comfort.
Counseling services include individual therapy, couple’s work and family counseling. The goal of counseling is to help the client fulfill a desire to live a fuller, more satisfying life.
Counseling is offered in one’s home or in the office.
Extreme cluttering can be a form of obsessive compulsive disorder and/or hoarding.
Just as cluttering problems can be represented in a wide continuum, from a bit messy to severe hoarding, so too the causes for cluttering are varied. Therefore, the responses to cluttering issues must be varied, depending on the circumstances.
Some people have underlying mental health issues which impact on their cluttering behaviors. Examples of this are ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), when the person has great difficulty focusing; OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), when the person is riddled with constant thoughts or repeated behaviors; and classic hoarding, when the person has an inability to let go of even the messiest piece of trash.
According to the International OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder) Foundation, the best treatment for hoarding is CBT. CBT is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, a type of talk therapy which focuses on understanding the thought patterns which influence the behavioral patterns of the disorder.
Appropriate therapy and homework between sessions is utilized to address changes in thought and behavioral patterns. The Foundation rates CBT as having a 70% treatment success rate.
Clutter To Comfort offers CBT. This service can be provided in your home or in the office, whichever you prefer.
Clutter To Comfort offers private consultations if you are unsure which services to proceed with or if you are concerned about another and unsure how to best help that person.
“Meaning does not lie in things. Meaning lies in us.”