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April 16, 2018 General Meeting

April 16, 2018 General Meeting


Monday, April 16, 2018, 7:00 - 8:30 PM

Severe hoarding often disrupts one’s ability to cook, sleep, groom, and stay within one’s budget. It may be difficult to escape the home in a fire or other emergency and increases the risk of being evicted. This interactive session will provide a better understanding of and compassion for those whose lives are impacted by Hoarding Disorder.

Learn about:

  • the new DSM-V classification and co-occurring disorders
  • the impact of hoarding behavior on one’s daily life and on their loved ones
  • the burden that it may place on community resources
  • the use of “harm reduction” to prevent eviction
  • local resources to help reduce clutter, improve safety and prevent eviction


Sue Zee Poinsett, MA

For the last 20+ years Sue Zee has worked as a Professional Organizer specializing in work with adults with ADHD and other mental health conditions.  She became particularly interested in hoarding behavior in her work as an organizer. She is one of the founding members of the Marin County Hoarding Alliance and has been an active member since its inception. She began her career teaching in junior and senior high schools in the Los Angeles area.  She moved on to a career as a mortgage broker and then earned a Masters Degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling.

LOCATION: San Rafael Corporate Center, 750 Lindaro St., San Rafael, CA 94901 (the building nearest Andersen Dr., between 2nd St. and Andersen Drive).  Meeting room is off the lobby. Free parking lot (after 6pm) on west side of street.

This is a no fee event, open to the general public