The 14th Annual International Conference on Hoarding and Cluttering (April 26 – 27 at the San Francisco Airport Westin Hotel) is an innovative multidisciplinary event that draws together stakeholders and experts across fields with a focus on solutions to the personal and community burdens that arise from hoarding, cluttering and collecting behaviors.
The two-day conference hosted by the Mental Health Association of San Francisco will include various panels and presentations in both breakout and poster session format and will be focused on the conference’s four core domains of:
- Community and Collaborations
- Individual Empowerment and Recovery
- Clinical Skills Training.
The goals of the conference are to advance research in the field, provide clinical practitioners with opportunities to develop and acquire new skills, grow the resources and knowledge of community advocates and policy makers, and provide techniques for self-¬help, peer and social supports to people personally experiencing hoarding/ cluttering impacts in their daily lives.