Feb 13 2017
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Identifying and Treating Hoarding

Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), Laura Lokers, is specially training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and has extensive experience in identifying and treating hoarding disorders. Part 1: Identifying and Defining Hoarding Part 2: Treating Hoarding Disorder Part 3: Challenges in Treating Hoarding Behavior Click to Watch Full Video Part 1: Identifying Hoarding Behavior There are three …[Read More]

Sep 26 2016

Identifying and Treating Hoarding Behaviors

About the Speaker, Laura Lokers Laura Lokers is a founding member of the Washtenaw County Task Force. She is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) and worked in the University of Michigan’s Department of Psychiatry – Anxiety Disorders Program for 10 years before co-founding the Anxiety and OCD Treatment Center of Ann Arbor. Laura Lokers …[Read More]

Jul 01 2016
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Can the APS Take my Hoarded Home?

The Kalamazoo Hoarding Task Force (KHTF) gathered together to answer questions directly from the community. At this event, KHTF representatives and Matt Paxton,extreme cleaning specialist from the TV show “Hoarders”, sat on stage as a panel and answered some of these complicated hoarding questions. The KHTF and Matt Paxton answer community questions about hoarding. Call …[Read More]

Dec 12 2015
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ServiceMaster of Kalamazoo in the News

A big thank you to everyone involved in our efforts and community events these past couple months. We have been very busy, as you probably are to, and we want to share a few things that (1) you may have been a part of or (2) may find helpful. Hoarding In the News As you …[Read More]

Oct 23 2015
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Participating in the Kalamazoo Hoarding Task Force

Education about Hoarding The KHTF wants our community to be educated about hoarding. The need for helping hoarders is on the rise, and the disorder is being talked about, studied, and relatively understood. The KHTF believes our group will continue to grow while searching for more people to become involved in finding solutions. For now, …[Read More]