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If you have had several failed attempts on getting organized or you just don't know where to start, a professional organizer can help. Professional organizers have training on how to organize. They continuously take classes and read the latest organizing information in the business. Professional organizers belong to a professional group called National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals  (NAPO), which allows them access to training and newsletters, keeping them current with products and trends in organizing. NAPO states it best "People hire personal fitness trainers, life coaches, and image consultants to help them achieve their goals. Why not seek professional help in getting and staying organized? You will be amazed how quickly your dreams of living and working in an orderly, clutter-free environment will become your new reality."

A professional organizer is a person who provides products, information, and designs systems to help individuals and businesses organize to meet their needs. Professional Organizers aim to help clients take control of their surroundings, time, paper, and systems.

All of our work is done in a respectful, nonjudgmental, professional manner. All client information, both business and personal, is held in confidence. Our Service Contract also reinforces our commitment to confidentiality for your protection.

The National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals (NAPO) is a group of about 4000 professional organizers dedicated to helping individuals and businesses bring order and efficiency to their lives.

The time varies based on the size of the space, the amount of material to be organized, the client's pace in making decisions, and how long the client can work without interruptions and distractions.

It depends on the project and the experience of the organizer. You can expect to pay about the same hourly rate for a professional organizer as you would for a personal trainer, image consultant, or other similar service.

There are always Simple Solutions to Eliminate Chaos. With An Organizational Touch by Casey,LLC, it is possible to design a system to meet the client's needs and for a client to learn basic principles of organizing.

Sometimes a major part of maximizing a space is the 'purging process'. A professional organizer will ask questions, make observations and suggestions to help you decide what is and is not important to you. Ultimately, the client is the final decision maker.