Take part in an online survey investigating beliefs and symptoms relating to Hoarding Disorder.
Hoarding Disorder can have negative consequences on various areas of functioning, such as in relationships and emotional wellbeing. This disorder affects 2-6% of the general population, develops slowly, and can be difficult to treat, sometimes because people with Hoarding Disorder are too embarrassed about their problem to seek help. Some people with Hoarding Disorder also lack awareness of their problem with hoarding and how it affects their everyday life.
Investigating beliefs and symptoms relating to Hoarding Disorder in a non-clinical sample can help us gain new insights into the link between shame and beliefs and symptoms of Hoarding Disorder.
Anyone who can speak English can take part in this survey.
You will be asked to take part in an online survey. This will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
You can take part in the survey any time online until Friday 14th February 2020.