During the workshop we will:
-Share about WHY we need to be having conversations about the issue of hoarding.
-Talk specifically about what hoarding is and some of the misconceptions surrounding this issue.
-Discuss some different ways and methods of approaching the people in the hoarding situation using the “Harm Reduction” approach and introducing the concept of a “Safety Day.”
- Review and discuss a couple of different forms that are useful when determining the safety needs in the situation and using that as a starting point and understanding the leverage needed for change.
-Share available resources and ways to stay connected when dealing with hoarding situations.
-Have time for Q&A time as that is often where many good conversations and ah-ha moments occur on this topic.
-A better understanding of the issue of hoarding.
-How to utilize the harm reduction and safety day options.
-Actionable ideas to use right away in these situations.
-Knowing that you are NOT ALONE and that other people understand this complicated issue.
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Tammi Moses is the Chief Encouragement Officer at Homes Are For Living, LLC where she works on the issue of hoarding. Tammi has presented break-out sessions at the Hoarding Awareness Conference in Tukwila and provides consultations, workshops & on-site assessments for folks dealing with hoarding situations.
Tammi obtained her BA in Psychology in 2013 from Chapman University-Whidbey Island Campus. She served in the US Navy and spent time onboard the USS Niagara Falls (AFS-3).
She speaks up on the issue of hoarding due to her lived experience as a #YLITH (Youth Living in the Hoard) and her current experience as the #AKOPTH (Adult Kid of Parents That Hoard). She is currently working with a group called MYCOHP on addressing the needs of minor children currently living in a hoarded home.
Tammi enjoys getting outside and working in the garden, visiting the beach, going fishing & crabbing, traveling, cooking, reading, writing and spending time with her boyfriend and their dogs. You can read her blog at www.homesareforliving.com/blog.