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Breda began a mission to create awareness around the many little-known benefits of decluttering in the areas of relationships, family, home, social, health and wellness, finance and career in 2010. Championing ‘Declutter to feel good’ and the link between Mental Health and Decluttering, leading decluttering expert Breda is author of the “beautiful and inspiring” Declutter Therapy ultimate wardrobe decluttering experience, founder of the yearly National Declutter Day and International Declutter Day and a regular contributor to TV, radio and print media. Her work has also been proudly featured in Psychologies magazine and reviewed by the Women’s Institute (WI) Global Annual.
Helping people all around the world to declutter physically, mentally and emotionally and “LET IT GO”, Breda is creator of The Declutter Academy professional decluttering and organising certified training and offers Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 online decluttering support tools and courses designed to help and inspire you, whatever stage you’re at with your decluttering, She offers an Online Decluttering Seminar for Groups.
Wellbeing through decluttering is at the heart of Breda’s teachings. She is dedicated to supporting the decluttering industry so that other professionals have the knowledge, skills and confidence to bring about meaningful, lasting results for their clients and transform entire lives as well as living spaces. Be part of this exciting and innovative movement by joining the The Declutter Academy online professional certification here.
Forming the basis for all her student and client work, Breda’s “Declutter Therapy™” approach is an internationally-recognised modality and The Declutter Academy is also an official training provider with the International Institute of Complementary Therapists (IICT).
Many people confuse decluttering with organising, but they are actually two very different skills. Where organising is putting systems in place for the items you love and want to keep, I see decluttering as the ability to “let go” of clutter – that which doesn’t serve you or make you feel good. I’ve worked with so many clients who are excellent organisers but find it very difficult to declutter, and this is how I used to be myself! It’s this small but vital distinction, along with countless other misconceptions and misunderstandings about decluttering, that I’m so passionate about sharing with my students and clients so they can enjoy long-term freedom from clutter.