My name is Amy Bowles. I am a professional organizer specializing in clutter, hoarding, and too much stuff! I assist clients with ADHD, hoarding behaviors, anxiety, and other mental health disorders, learn to live better lives by guiding them to reduce clutter and address the thoughts and behaviors that contribute to their disorganization and/or hoarding behavior.
I earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2015. As I continue to study the psychology behind hoarding behavior, I am also pursuing my master’s in rehabilitation and mental health counseling at the University of Arizona.
I am passionate about helping people make their lives better! I can personally relate, and was once exactly where my clients are at: overwhelmed and surrounded by clutter and chaos. There IS a way out of the mess! (I also organize typical homes and am just as happy reorganizing a pantry as I am decluttering an entire house.)
I am a member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD; www.challengingdisorganization.org), National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals Organizers (www.NAPO.net, www.NAPO-AZ.com), American Psychological Association (www.APA.org), American Counseling Association (ACA; www.counseling.org), and American Mental Health Counselors Association (www.AMHCA.org), and the International Positive Psychology Association (www.ippanetwork.org).