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Getting to the Good Stuff: How to Beat Clutter

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  • Duration: 52:55
  • Presenter: Dr. Andrea Umbach
  • What Will I Learn?
    • Identify the factors that lead to clutter
    • Consider personal goals and values and how to shift your thinking about stuff
    • Create a plan based on long-term systems
    • Learn tips for decision making and setting limits

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Getting to the Good Stuff: How to Beat Clutter

The first step when dealing with clutter is to really understand what’s going on. Overall, the goal is to deal with the clutter so you can get to the “good stuff”.

The good stuff might mean different things to different people. For some, the good stuff refers to the good possessions one may own. For others, the good stuff refers to getting a better control of one’s life.

 

What Will I Learn?

  • Identify the factors that lead to clutter
  • Consider personal goals and values and how to shift your thinking about stuff
  • Create a plan based on long-term systems
  • Learn tips for decision making and setting limits

 

About Dr. Andrea Umbach

Dr. Andrea Umbach is a licensed psychologist at Southeast Psych, Southpark. She specializes in treating individuals with anxiety, OCD, hoarding, and trichotillomania.

She practices from a cognitive-behavioral approach focused on increasing flexibility in thinking and making adaptive behavior changes. Dr. Umbach is the author of “Conquer Your Fears and Phobias for Teens” and founder of the Charlotte Anxiety Consortium.

 

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