In 2013, Sarah Soboleski started Classically Organized, a professional organizing business focused on helping homeowners de-clutter and organize their living spaces. As her business grew, her niche narrowed to a focus on hoarding cases and the chronically disorganized with complex mental health needs.
In 2017, Sarah honed her focus and opened Classically Organized Counseling. She provides therapy services to individuals struggling with hoarding, OCD, anxiety, depression, and chronic disorganization. It's an effective way for Sarah to use her expertise as a Clinical Social Worker and her skills as a Professional Organizer to help people tackle both their physical and mental clutter in order to find harmony.
Bachelor of Social Work (BSW), Wheelock College
Master of Social Work (MSW), Boston University
National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD)
National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO)
National Association of Professional Organizers, CT Chapter (NAPO-CT)
Licenses & Certifications:
State of CT Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) / Lic#: 006431
ICD Level I* Certificate of Study in Chronic Disorganization (CD)
ICD Level I Certificate of Study in Basic ADD Issues with the CD Client
ICD Level I Certificate of Study in Basic Hoarding Issues with the CD Client
ICD Level I Certificate of Study in Time Management and Productivity
ICD Level I Certificate of Study in CD Client Administration
ICD Level I Certificate of Study in Basic Mental Health Conditions and Challenges Affecting the CD Client
ICD Level I Certificate of Study in Understanding the Needs of the Aging CD Client
ICD Level I Certificate of Study in Interpersonal Intelligence
ICD Level I Certificate of Study in Student Needs & Learning Styles
ICD Level I Certificate of Study in Life Transitions
ICD Level II** Chronic Disorganization Specialist
*Level I Certifications require 6-8hrs of coursework.
**Level II Certifications requires 8-10hrs of coursework and an exam.
Service to NAPO:
CT Chapter VP 5/2016 – 4/2017
CT Chapter President 5/2017 – current
Chairperson of the Saints Isidore & Maria Church Altar Care Committee
Therapeutic Mentor to a female youth with behavioral and mental health challenges for the last 10 years
Member of the CT Hoarding Working Group, a statewide multidisciplinary team focused on hoarding disorder
When she’s not working with clients, Sarah is happily chasing after her 5-year-old, truck-loving son. She enjoys reading for pleasure, baking sweet goodies, and cheering on all the New England sports teams. Sarah and her husband (and Ruby, the cat) are homebodies and always seem to have a home improvement project underway.