18 ICHC Conference

18th Annual Conference on Hoarding & Cluttering

Think Outside the Boxes: Innovation in Action

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About the Conference

We‘re bringing together peers, mental health experts, policy leaders, providers, researchers and community advocates to advance innovation and highlight the work and values of these diverse leaders.

Keynotes & Speakers

Playwright and performer Hillary Kascer and much more.

Location and Date Information

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Presentations

Keynote speakers and breakout sessions.

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ICHC News and Updates

Breakout Presentations have been selected!

January 30, 2018

The Conference planning committee have completed the proposal selection process. We had over 30 submissions! While we could not accommodate all submissions we did add another breakout session. We will be sending out invitations to selected speakers for a presenter conference call and we will notify you all when the final program is set!

Change is Scary

January 26, 2018

Change is scary. We have a natural inclination to resist it. Individuals are inclined to stick with the known and familiar because it feels comfortable and safe when we know it is not. This year is the 18th International Conference on Hoarding and Cluttering. We have entered that no-man’s land with both a bit of fear and excitement considering what next. And, this year’s conference reflects that move toward change. We are ready and eager to cross a threshold.

Resilience and Overcoming Hoarding

January 17, 2018

As the saying goes, “Rome wasn’t built in a day,” neither can one’s challenges with hoarding and cluttering be overcome quickly. First, it takes acknowledging that there’s a problem, and then looking for help.

Stigma and its Impact

January 12, 2018

Language matters. That is a very strong sentence, but what does it mean to you? Individuals dealing with the challenge of hoarding are and can be stigmatized repeatedly in many ways. Unfortunately, friends and family members not strangers deliver much of the shame experienced by individuals. The conflicts created by living in hoarded homes cause individuals to shut down.

Early Bird Registration Extended

January 11, 2018

We want to help you in your journey to improve your quality of life in the coming year. We have extended the Early Bird Registration Rate to January 31, 2018. Save $50 by registering today!

About the Conference

This year’s theme for the 18th Annual International Conference on Compulsive Hoarding and Cluttering is “Thinking Outside the Boxes: Innovation in Action”. We‘re bringing together peers, mental health experts, policy leaders, providers, researchers and community advocates to advance innovation and highlight the work and values of these diverse leaders. The conference will be held on the Berkeley campus of the University of California March 22-23, 2018.

We will be focusing on quality of life, systems of care, innovations in research and recovery-oriented practices. The conference will be a combination of keynotes and breakout sessions. The theme, “Thinking Outside the Boxes”, will be addressed in two facilitated forums focused on: identifying problems, opportunities, ideal scenarios and identifying action steps to move the work forward. In day two, we will bring together attendees and presenters to chart a road map with the goal of identifying new directions to expand our understanding of hoarding disorder.

Registration

Category
Advance Registration
Closed
Early-Bird
Effective:
December 16, 2017 - January 31, 2018!
Regular
Effective:
February 01, 2018 - March 16, 2018
On-Site
Effective:
March 22, 2018 - March 23, 2018
2-Day - Thursday, March 22 - Friday, March 23, 2018
$250.00
$300.00
$355.00
$400.00
1-Day Only - Thursday
March 22, 2018
Not Available
$180.00
$205.00
$230.00
1-Day Only - Friday
March 23, 2018
Not Available
$180.00
$205.00
$230.00
Fees are subject to review and modification for potential adjustments to increasing costs. Any changes in the fee amounts will be announced 30-days in-advanced of fee category effective date.

Program

 

Pre-Conference Training - March 21stConference Day 1 - March 22ndConference Day 2 - March 23rd
Applying CBT Techniques When Helping Clients De-clutter Their Lives | $200 | Registration to Open Soon8:00AMRegistration Open9:00AMWelcome Back and Conference Framing/Visioning
8:30AMBreakfast9:15AMBreakout Session 3
9:00AMWelcome10:15AMBreak
9:30AMKeynote 1 - Opening the Box | Hilary Kacser10:30AMForum Panel - Long Term Outcomes
10:30AMForum Panel - Starting the Conversation and Addressing the Stigma11:30PMLunch: Explore Berkeley
11:00AMBreak1:00PMForum Workgroups
11:15AMForum Workgroups2:00PMLong Term Outcomes - Action Mapping
12:15PMLunch Buffet - Balcony2:45PMBreak
1:15PMForum - Unpacking the Box Problem Mapping3:00PMVideo Documentary
1:45PMBreakout Session 13:15PMKeynote 2: New developments in hoarding research: A novel approach using virtual reality
3:15PMBreak4:45PMConference Closing Remarks
3:30PMBreakout Session 2
5:00PMEND OF CONFERENCE DAY 1
5:30PMExclusive: Members and Professionals Networking Event | Registration to Open Soon

Call for Presentations - CLOSED

The 18th Annual International Conference on Compulsive Hoarding and Cluttering will highlight proposals that best fit the conference theme “THINKING OUTSIDE OF THE BOXES: INNOVATION IN ACTION”. This year conference will bring together peers, mental health experts, policy leaders, providers, researchers, and community advocates in a collaborative and actionable learning environment to advance innovation and highlight the work and values of diverse leaders across sectors.

Final Breakout Selections Coming Soon!

Location and Date Information


ASUC Student Union
2495 Bancroft Way
Berkeley, CA 94720

March 21, 9:00AM - 4:00PM
March 22, 8:00AM - 5:00PM
March 23, 9:00AM - 4:15PM

For more information, contact David Bain, ICHC Program Specialist

415-421-2926 x326 or david@mentalhealthsf.org

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