About Kristi

Kristi Meyer, founder & owner of The House that Clutter Built™, is a Certified Professional Organizer®, who specializes in assisting individuals with specialized organizational needs. Examples include Compulsive Hoarding, Chronic Disorganization, ADHD and other physical and mental challenges. Kristi also specializes in family organization and family management.

Kristi has a BS in Psychology, a BA in Political Science, a Master’s degree in History and a Master’s degree in Teaching (13 years of experience, National Board Certification). She has earned certificates in Chronic Disorganization (CD), Hoarding, ADD, Life Transitions, Basic Mental Health Issues and Client Administration through the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD). Kristi has also earned the distinction of Level II Hoarding, Chronic Disorganization & ADHD Specialist. In addition to her role as a Professional Organizer, Kristi is a Certified Family Manager® Coach and an active member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO).

Kristi has appeared on Lowcountry Live & other local programs in Charleston, SC and has had articles published in the Post & Courier, NAPO News and the ICD publication “The Chronical.” She also appeared as an assistant organizer in an episode of A&E’s “Hoarders.”

Kristi also enjoys and is highly skilled in working with clients with general organizing needs, including all areas of residential homes, paper management, organizational workshops, and informational speaking presentations.

Kristi, who has lived in several different states, as well as multiple foreign countries, now resides in the Charleston, SC area. She has a beautiful thirteen-year-old daughter, Emma, who apparently has inherited Kristi’s organizing gene.

Kristi was asked on Facebook to describe herself. Her post read: Driven, Protective, Unique, Sarcastic, and Deeply Connected to Those I Care About.

Kristi strives to provide her local area & far beyond with the same organizational skills that have led to her own success in her family and professional life. She does this by always remembering that there are two “I”s in organizing, but neither of them are hers, they are her clients and listeners.

Specialties:

  • Certified Professional Organizer®
  • Certified Family Manager® Coach
  • Level I – Certificate of Study in Time Management and Productivity (ICD)
  • Level I – Certificate of Study in Chronic Disorganization (ICD)
  • Level I – Certificate of Study in CD Client Administration (ICD)
  • Level I – Certificate of Study in Basic Hoarding Issues with the CD Client (ICD)
  • Level I – Certificate of Study in Basic ADD Issues with the CD Client (ICD)
  • Level I – Certificate of Study in Basic Mental Health Issues with the CD Client (ICD)
  • Level I – Certificate of Study in Life Transitions (ICD)
  • Level I – Certificate of Study in Learning Styles and Modalities (ICD)
  • Level I – Certificate of Study in Understanding the Needs of the Student CD Client (ICD)
  • Level I – Certificate of Study in Understanding the Needs of the Elderly CD Client (ICD)
  • Level I – Certificate of Study in Basic Physical Conditions Affecting the CD Client (ICD)
  • Level II – Certificate in Hoarding, Hoarding Specialist
  • Level II – Certificate in Chronic Disorganization, CD Speialist
  • Level II – Certificate in ADHD, ADHD Specialist

Memberships:

  • National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO)
  • NAPO Charleston
  • Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD)
  • International Association of Virtual Organizers (IAVO)

 

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