Full Life Care Programs: Transforming Clutter to Clarity

Our professional team of clinicians live by a simple mantra
“The client is the boss.” 
Rather than imposing a one-size-fits-all approach, we meet individuals where they are in their healing journey. Dignity, respect, and understanding are at the core of our work, especially when supporting individuals living among high-volume clutter.
Enter Aristotle—a Master of Social Work and Behavior Health Specialist brings mindfulness training to our clients. Through his guidance, individuals learn how to let go of possessions and find grounding. But Aristotle understands that healing isn’t a solitary endeavor. It’s a struggle often hidden from society, accompanied by shame, grief, loss, and loneliness.
Take Amanda, for example. In just five weeks, she learned grounding techniques and actively began letting go of items. 
When distress occurs, grounding techniques can be performed as a method to calm oneself, to feel present, and in control while there is a storm within. An example of this is:  
• Breathing exercises
• Taking a hot/cool shower
• Visualization of a happy and safe place 
• Describing one’s environment.
With the support of her family, Amanda reached out for help.  She was able to identify these goals for her future self: 
• Having a safe space was important to her health and safety
• Being able to use each room for its intended purpose
• Being able to invite family and friends over to her home. 
• Donated belongings will have a purpose and use to another person 
This work is critical. It not only prevents evictions due to hoarding but also fosters a sense of community. Together, we can create a space where every individual thrives, regardless of their circumstances
Thank you for being a part of our mission.
Warm regards,
The Full Life Care Team
Aristotle Viray
Master of Social Work and Behavior Health Specialist