Customized Solutions for Those With Chronic Disorganization

Have you or someone you love experienced Chronic Disorganization or Situational Disorganization? Agent Yes is qualified and experienced in helping you live a more organized, calm and satisfying life.

Agent Yes works one-on-one with clients, providing a gentle support system and aiding in the development of coping skills and problem solving skills.  Together we’ll discuss the reasons behind your acquisition of more “stuff” and learn how to discard clutter.  Agent Yes will work with you to develop a customized organization system, encourage confidence and empower you to make decisions for yourself.

What is Situational Disorganization?

Situational Disorganization is a sudden occurrence of disorganization brought on by stressful and often life changing events.  These include things like a new job, job loss, marriage, new home, death of a loved one, birth/adoption and divorce/separation. The resulting clutter and scheduling difficulties can last for longer than one might expect, but doesn’t have to go on indefinitely.  A professional organizer can help you regain control and be organized once again.

The Three Criteria of Challenging or Chronic Disorganization

The Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD)  definition of Chronic Disorganizaton uses these three criteria:

The Institute for Challenging Disorganization has organized very helpful, public fact sheets that explain more in depth about what Chronic Disorganization involves. Please see them at

What Causes Chronic Disorganization?

It’s important to understand that those who suffer from Chronic or Challenging Disorganization are not “just lazy,” nor are they content with their condition. It’s frustrating, embarrassing and at times can create problems with family dynamics.

Neurologically based conditions like Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis can cause Chronic Disorganization or Challenging Disorganization.  Depression, anxiety and chronic pain can also be the root cause.

Do You Have Chronic or Challenging Disorganization?

If you think that you might have Chronic Disorganization , please ask yourself the following questions:

Chronic Disorganization Isn’t Necessarily Hoarding

Many people confuse Chronic Disorganization as Hoarding when in reality, Compulsive Hoarding Disorder is only an extreme aspect of Chronic Disorganization.

It’s also important to note that there is a distinct difference between hoarding and collecting.


Agent Yes has been a member to the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD) for several years and is currently studying for specialist certificates in ADHD and Hoarding Disorder. She attends conferences and continues her Chronic Disorganization education.

Chronic or Challenging Disorganization FAQ