To become member, or to contact the ICA


At this time there are no costs associated with becoming member of the International Cluttering Association. It is run exclusively by volunteers around the globe and devoted to the interests of people who clutter. Members may be people who clutter or family members, speech language therapists/logopedists, or interested others. It is understood that there are countries where there may be little help available for those who clutter. This is particularly a reason to become member and assist in developing adjusted forms of (self-)help in these cases.   


To become member, all that is needed is to fill out a form (Registration Form in *pdf or Registration Form in Word) and send it to Ellen Bennett. It is most convenient if you return your form by email, but you may also send your form to:

    Ellen M. Bennett, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BRS-FD
    705 Tilbury Court

    Sun City Center, FL  33573



It is also possible to approach country representatives. On this website under "About Us" you may find out if your country has a representative who can help you connect with the ICA, or answer questions about it.


To become listed as a clinician who is prepared to treat cluttering


NOTE: the self referral system for clinicians who treat cluttering is presently being redesigned. A new procedure for self referring is about to take effect. Clinicians who have previously referred themselves to this system will be contacted about continuing their listing on this site. (Webmaster ICA; Feb.13, 2009)


The ICA is developing a database that lists clinicians who consider themselves prepared to treat cluttering, organized by country or region of the world. Being listed has two advantages. Those who need help with their cluttering, or need it for a family member who clutters, will be able to locate a clinician near them. Of course, the advantage for a clinician to be listed is to connect with possible clients.


To register for this (free) service download a registration form through the "Want to become listed as clinician?" link at the "Clinical Issues" page of this website. In this process please check the disclaimers associated with this service.



Other contacts


To contact the ICA for other reasons:

    Regarding the ICA as an organization:  (Charley Adams, Coordinator)

    Regarding this website: (Klaas Bakker, Webmaster)

    About membership of the ICA: (Ellen Bennett, Membership)