Event: what is the association between clutter and wellbeing?
Online (Zoom). Wednesday 14th July:
- 10.00 -11.30 am (GMT+1) OR
- 7.30 – 9.00 pm (GMT+1)
- A Professional Organiser?
- Interested in positive psychology?
- A coach focussing on your clients’ wellbeing?
- Interested in home and clutter and what impact they have on our lives?
If so, this friendly, accessible presentation followed by (optional) interaction and discussion is for you.
Tickets: £15 (early bird) £25 (standard)*
Click one of the links below to book your place:
Wednesday July 14th 10.00 am (GMT+1)
Wednesday July 14th 7.30 pm (GMT+1)
*Please note numbers are limited. Each event has 5 allocated free spaces for unwaged/low income.
In the summer of 2019 hundreds of people began responding to a survey on clutter and wellbeing. They completed a battery of carefully chosen, validated questionnaires, telling us about their ability to curate home, their clutter, and their wellbeing.
After months of statistical analysis, writing, reflecting, considering, collaborating and a rather long peer review process, the research was published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology in January 2021.
What does this mean, and how could this affect us, our clients, future research and the Professional Organising industry? Come along and find out…
Comments received for this presentation:
Brilliant : WOW, Blown away by this : Amazing : Great takeaways, learned something new : Composed, calm and very interesting : Enlightening : This was amazing #Mindblowing : fascinating and illuminating presentation and research : Uplifting.
– attendees of keynote presentation at APDO Conference 2021
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