10 December 2020, 10.00am - 12.00pm
For tenancy management, hoarding has become one of the leading causes of eviction. With a prevalence rate that is more than treble that of schizophrenia and OCD, hoarding disorder is remarkably unresponsive to medication, and house clearances have a 100% relapse rate without therapeutic input.
The trauma-informed approaches to hoarding disorder course has been rolled out to over 300 health and housing professionals across England and Wales and considers hoarding disorder as a mental illness as well as a tenancy governance issue.
With this in mind, our online course will consider hoarding disorder in a holistic and therapeutic context, exploring alternatives to house clearances and eviction, and looking at the positives to buying into a new model of support for this incredibly complex and often misunderstood illness.
During this training course, you will:
All those looking to expand their knowledge on hoarding, allowing the expertise of a variety of delegates from across all different fields to be channelled. Hoarding is an issue that will invariably be encountered not only by professionals working in housing and mental health, but emergency services, social services, environmental health and local authorities.
Here at CIH, we want to provide everyone involved in housing with the skills and knowledge needed to cope in the current pandemic.
Our online training has been developed by expert professionals on key topics that we know you need to be able to adapt to the changing environment.
Kayley Hyman is a mental health specialist and hoarding disorder consultant. She is currently carrying out research into trauma-informed approaches to hoarding disorder.