I hope that I can help individuals with hoarding behaviors live in a stress-free, clean, safe environment (while encouraging) them to maintain a happy, healthy lifestyle.
Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) August 09, 2013
Address Our Mess has announced the appointment of Amanda Shankle as Lead Case Manager in the Virginia Beach, Virginia area. Amanda has assumed the role effective immediately and is excited to lead a team of experienced, certified technicians to help those suffering from hoarding in Virginia.
Amanda has been part of the Address Our Mess team since 2012 as an Occupational Lead Assessor, helping industries like legal firms, therapists, and other service professionals find help for their clients in desperate need of hoarding, clutter, or organizational services.
Amanda’s years of experience with marketing, coupled with her expertise as a Hoarding Specialist, will help her establish successful partnerships with hoarders across Virginia. “I hope that I can help individuals with hoarding behaviors live in a stress-free, clean, safe environment,” explains Ms. Shankle, “(while encouraging) them to maintain a happy, healthy lifestyle.”
Amanda Shankle provides her clients with peace of mind in knowing that they are in the hands of an experienced, efficient, and friendly Case Manager. Amanda received her certification from the Institute of Chronic Disorganization as well as a BA from James Madison University in Communication Studies.
Address Our Mess is a hoarding cleaning service provider with over twenty years of experience servicing their community with hoarding and clutter cleanup as well as junk removal, biohazard removal and cleaning, and organization and sorting. Since 1989, Address Our Mess hoarding experts like Amanda have been providing hoarders and their loved ones with many answers to serious questions about hoarding.
Case Managers like Amanda Shankle have also provided useful information, knowledge, and tips that have helped developed Address Our Mess’ ongoing series of visual guides designed specifically to help hoarders find the path to a happier, healthier lifestyle. Popular publications such as the Do’s and Don’ts for Hoarders Guide and the Official Guide for Animal Hoarders have provided groundbreaking interactive and visual advice for those seeking help with their hoarding condition.