• Learn the definition of hoarding disorder and how it impacts individuals, families and communities.
• Understand the causes of hoarding disorder
• Identify harm reduction strategy for addressing hoarding disorder
A little about the speaker:
Janet R. Yeats, MA, LMFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist from Minneapolis, MN. Janet earned a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy at Bethel University, and a second master’s degree in family social science from the University of Minnesota. She is a trauma and grief specialist, and has worked with populations diagnosed with dementia, hoarding, and PTSD. Janet is the former clinical director of the Wayne Caron Family Caregiving Center, which provided support and programming for family members of loved one with dementia; and was also a team member at the N. Bud Grossman Memory Clinic for 5 years. In 2010, she co-founded The Hoarding Project, and left in 2016 to develop her consultation, speaking, supervision work, and to pursue writing on grief and loss. Janet is a trauma responder and a member of the Medical Reserve Corps and the MN Mobile Medical Team. She is intern supervisor and provides case consultation facilitation at Avenues for Homeless Youth in Minneapolis and Brooklyn Park, MN. Janet has published multiple articles on ambiguous loss as well as on hoarding disorder.
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