Phyllis Leavitt

Phyllis Leavitt is addressing the issue of lack of belonging & the clutter connection in the hoarding world involves understanding the emotional attachment to possessions and providing support to individuals to help them overcome their hoarding behaviors.

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Phyllis Leavitt 

Phyllis Leavitt lives with her husband in Taos, NM. She has three amazing grown children and three beautiful grandchildren and is a lover of art, nature, and gardening.
She graduated from Antioch University with a Masters’ Degree in Psychology and Counseling in 1989. I initially co-directed a sexual abuse treatment program before going into private practice full-time, treating children, families, couples, and individual adults for over 30 years.
I have also published two books, A Light in the Darkness and Into the Fire, and I am presently preparing “America in Therapy” for publication. I live in Taos, NM and I am mostly retired, focusing on writing.


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Hoarding World is owned and operated by Savvy Cleaner which specializes in house cleaning training for professional house cleaners and maids. In three decades we’ve been inside thousands of homes and we’ve worked with families first hand through varying levels of clutter to severe hoarding. “Stuff” affects all demographics and all socioeconomic levels. You’re not alone, so, pull up a chair and get comfortable. We’ve got some work to do, either for you or someone you love.


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