Hoarding disorder (HD) is a highly disabling condition in which individuals have persistent difficulty parting with personal possessions, which results in clutter and inability to use the rooms in the home for their intended use. It causes public health problems when clutter attracts pest infestations or obstructs fire exits in apartment buildings, endangering both personal and neighbors’ safety. 

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Current Clinical Studies

Past Clinical Studies


Building Community-Academic Partnerships for Evidence-Based Treatment of Hoarding Disorder

Virtual Reality Clinical Study

Enhancing Evidence-Based Treatment of Hoarding Disorder with Virtual Reality