Can you answer “Yes” to any of these questions?

  • Have you been disorganized most of your life?
  • Does being disorganized undermine the quality of your life?
  • Have you “tried everything” and nothing seems to work?
  • Do you expect to continue being disorganized without outside help?
If so, you may be Chronically Disorganized.

What is CD?

Chronic Disorganization (CD) may mean a number of things.  Some of our clients may have…

  • ADHD and not know it
  • A traumatic brain injury or other neurological impairment
  • Lived through the Depression
  • Experienced a life trauma that made their former organizing systems useless
  • Never learned organizing skills at home, school, or work.

How We Can Help

Let’s Get Organized can help by designing and implementing unique and creative organizing systems that work for you.  We get to know youhow you think, feel, and process information – so we can suggest solutions that are easy for you to maintain.  There is no one-size-fits-all, now-and-forever organizing answer; getting and staying organized is a customized process that may need ongoing support from an outside party: your Professional Organizer.

We are compassionate, non-judgmental, and patient.

You set the pace and make the decisions.
We love you through the process.
Stop the frustration.

You Need Let’s Get Organized!

Our CD Credentials

Level III: CPO-CD®

Gayle M. Gruenberg, Chief Executive Organizer of Let’s Get Organized, is a Certified Professional Organizer in Chronic Disorganization
, awarded by the Institute for Challenging Disorganization.  

The CPO-CD® credential is awarded to a professional organizer who has been educated in depth on the issues of chronic disorganization.  

The CPO-CD® student spends 17-20 months studying and applying this learning in practical application with current clients.
(Courtesy of ICD website)

Level II: Specialist Certificates

  • Chronic Disorganization
  • ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)
Level I: Certificates of Study
  • Chronic Disorganization
  • Basic ADD Issues with the CD Client
  • Client Administration
  • Basic Hoarding Issues with the CD Client
  • Learning Styles and Modalities
  • Life Transitions
  • Basic Mental Health Conditions and Challenges Affecting the CD Client
  • Basic Physical Conditions Affecting the CD Client
  • Time Management and Productivity