Kim Tremblay is a master organizer. She has worked in mental health for over thirty years and believes she has been thoroughly blessed to do this work. Since 2006, she has worked at My Sisters’ Place, a Transitional Support Centre for Women in London, Ontario who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. My Sisters’ Place is a program of CMHA Canadian Mental Health Association (formerly WOTCH) It was there that she began working with an individual who had hoarding issues and discovered that she had a passion for helping people get organized. Not just organized – but helping individuals to have more awareness, a better quality of life and to make space for what’s important in their lives.
In 2010 Kim started Space For You to help individuals to de-clutter, organize, downsize, make more space for themselves, and take control over their lives. Her clients say it helps to have a mentor and coach to guide them through this process.
Kim initiated, designed and started a “Clearing Clutter Support Group” through her work at CMHA which has been highly successful. This eight week group uses an educational/cognitive behavioural model of support using the “Compulsive Hoarding and Acquiring Therapist Guide and Workbook” by Gail Steketee and Randy O. Frost.
Reorganizing a room has always been fun for Kim. She views it as a good way to clean up and change the space to reflect new ideas. “As you gain a new perspective you’ll feel lighter and energized and you’ll feel at home with your space and with yourself”
Kim feels honoured to work with individuals who are willing to “let her in” and share with her the most personal aspects of their lives. Their “ah ha” moments inspire her work.
Space For You creates space for you! Clear The Clutter, Heal Your Life!