Residential: Personal Coach
I am also a student of psychology and mental health counseling at the University of Arizona and am now attending graduate school to become licensed to provide therapy for mental health disorders such as Hoarding Disorder.
I facilitate a monthly hoarding behavior support group in Tucson, called Excess Denied, on the third Friday of every month at 7pm. (Email ExcessDeniedTucson@gmail.com if you’re interested in attending.)
I also host a twice-monthly therapeutic art group at my studio, where my clients can create and congregate, learning art and socializing in a nurturing and clutter-free environment.
Bookkeeping, financial files
Cynthia Peden is the high-energy, hands-on aspect of c l e a r i n g s ™. Not afraid to dig in and get her hands dirty, Cynthia manages to turn chaos into calm with understanding, respect for possessions, and a superior ability to delegate responsibilities to the people best suited to the task at hand. From dealing with hoarder’s homes and returning the property to a state of peace and tranquility and healthy environment for the occupants, to downsizing estates and parental homes for estate sales, distribution, and ultimate property sale, Cynthia’s organizing skills are always in play.
Cynthia’s background in event coordination, administration, and consulting give her the insight and skills necessary to effectively manage estates and business dissolutions. Her experience with crime scene clean-up and murder victim grief help her understand both the loss and confusion following the death of loved ones. She treats the property and possessions of clients as though they are the treasures they were to the loved one. With caring and compassion, Cynthia sorts through the chaos, organizes the contents, and presents the families with manageable options – estate sales, property sales, and distribution of the bequeathed possessions.
Her bookkeeping and administrative experience are always helpful in piecing together the financial lives of loved ones or, the case of business dissolution, condensing large amounts of financial information into workable units to assist in appraising the business.
As a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) since 1996, and having earned NAPO’s Golden Circle designation in 2003, Cynthia’s organizational skills, both professionally and personally, ensure each client goes from chaos to calm on time and on budget.
I can assist you in customizing your bookkeeping, office filing systems, office organization, business strategy plans, and administrative needs to name a few. I offer bookkeeping services, life/business coaching and professional organization services. I look forward to the pleasure of meeting with you and getting to know what you are passionate about and how my business can help you joy-fully achieve your business or ministry goals!
Is the weight of all your things keeping you from living your best life? It can be time-consuming and emotionally draining to keep thinking you will take care of it “one day.” Well let TODAY be that day! Let’s break through the clutter, hoarding, junk, mess, stuff, or whatever you call it. Let me help you find a system you can continue to use even after we are through.
Through my natural love of order I enjoy helping others and emotionally stewarding clients through the process of letting go, decluttering, moving, downsizing, hoarding behaviors, green cleaning, system implementation, paper-management, goal setting, coaching, time-management, and keeping disorder at bay. I am passionate about helping people and clients say working with me makes a huge difference in their life. Each job is a different challenge! It’s rewarding to help people create a system to make their lives easier and less stressful.