Satwant Singh and Colin Jones describe a creative approach to the condition, which includes visual methods to improve outcomes
The safety and quality of life of an individual, their family members and others can be compromised by compulsive hoarding syndrome. However services and treatment options remain limited despite increased awareness of its effects. The London Hoarding Treatment Group has developed a creative approach to treatment by using visual-method interventions to engage people with the condition. This article provides guidance on how mental health professionals can help people to cope with compulsive hoarding syndrome.
Mental Health Practice. 17, 4, 16-20. doi: 10.7748/mhp2013.12.17.4.16.e848Correspondence
This article has been subject to double blind peer reviewConflict of interest
Received: 24 January 2013
Accepted: 13 May 2013
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