Sarah Soboleski (she/her)


I help clear mental and physical clutter to connect head and home in harmony. I specialize in hoarding and chronic disorganization.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Glastonbury, CT

  • Individual
  • Adolescent/Teen
  • Group

About My Clients

Do you feel bogged down by the stuff in your life? Are you paralyzed and frustrated by your clutter? Do you lack the ability to create a calm and peaceful home? Are you fed up that you or your loved one can't give up their possessions? Do you feel depressed and depleted in your own living space? Have you tried unsuccessfully to get organized? These are some common challenges of people who struggle with disorganization and hoarding and I can help.

My Background and Approach

We struggle with physical clutter in our homes & mental clutter in our heads. I'm here to help you sort it out. And no, I won't force you to throw things away. Getting organized is a process and I want to help you get started. I have over 7 years of experience working with the hoarding population and have a caring, empathetic, and non-judgmental nature. I combine both my skills as a social worker and my expertise as a professional organizer in my work with clients. I can provide support to target hoarding disorder, chronic disorganization, depression, anxiety, & ADHD. I have a Master of Social Work degree from Boston University. I hold various certifications through the Institute for Challenging Disorganization and certification in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I'm a member of the CT Hoarding Working Group, a statewide task force focused on hoarding disorder. I am also a past president of the CT Chapter of the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals.

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

I truly believe that outer order contributes to inner calm. In my work with clients, I have learned that our physical spaces are inherently connected to our mental spaces. I wouldn't call myself a minimalist, but I believe that having less is almost certainly the answer to most challenges in life. When you get rid of what's unnecessary it makes way for what matters most. When I'm not in session I enjoy blogging about organization, exercising, reading, baking, and hiking with my family. I just started meditating and it's challenging me in all kinds of good ways.

I offer online counseling in the following states:

At A Glance

  • Experience: 8 years of practice
  • Languages: English
  • Rate: $75 - 200/session

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