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  • Do you find it difficult to discard items, even those with little or no practical value?
  • Do you experience significant distress when considering getting rid of possessions?
  • Are your living spaces excessively cluttered to the point where they are no longer functional for their intended use?
  • Do you often acquire items that you don't have an immediate use for or have space to store?
  • Have you experienced social, occupational, or other impairment due to your difficulty discarding items or excessive accumulation?

If so, Hoarding Worksheets can help you develop insight into your hoarding tendencies, challenge distorted beliefs about possessions, and practice decision-making skills related to acquiring and discarding items.


(+35 pages of exercises and prompts)


  • Self-Assessment
  • Activities Affected By Hoarding
  • Safety Problems
  • What Possessions Mean to You
  • Identifying Thinking Styles
  • Challenge Thinking Errors
  • Identify Acquiring Triggers
  • Assessing Discomfort of Not Acquiring
  • Questions for Acquiring
  • Your Rules for Acquiring
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of Acquiring
  • Not Acquiring Visualization
  • Decluttering Visualization
  • Need Versus Want
  • Decluttering
  • Discarding Questions
  • Rules for Keeping
  • Discarding
  • Alternative Sources of Pleasure

Hoarding is a disorder characterized by an excessive accumulation of possessions and extreme difficulty discarding or parting with these items, regardless of their actual value.

This can lead to a range of challenges, including compromised living conditions, social isolation, and strained relationships.

Hoarding behaviors can also have a profound impact on an individual's mental and emotional well-being, contributing to anxiety, depression, and feelings of shame or embarrassment.

Do you have the opposite problem? Check Compulsive Decluttering Worksheets

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Hi there, my name is Hadiah.

I am a counselor and the author behind Ineffable Living blog – a codependency and mental health blog.

I wanted the worksheets to be both informative and engaging, so I worked on creating clear and concise instructions, thought-provoking prompts, and activities that would encourage self-reflection.

As I witnessed the positive impact these worksheets had on my clients' progress, I realized their potential to reach a broader audience.

Whether you’re a therapist, a coach, or a counselor who is looking for tools to help your clients or simply someone who is seeking personal growth, coping strategies, or ways to enhance your overall well-being, our worksheets are here to assist you.