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Find a Professional Organizer

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Which Professional Organizer is Right for You?


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Business / Corporate


Closet Design and Installation

Closet Organizing

Garages / Attics / Basements

Home Office


Other Rooms


Time Management

Paper Management

Electronic Info Management

Event / Meeting Planning

Moving / Relocation

Financial / Bookkeeping

Inventory / Assets Control

Paper & Electronic


Time Management

Paper Management

Electronic Info Management

Financial / Bookkeeping

Personal Coach

Photographs / Memorabilia / Collections

Moving / Relocation


Special Populations

Estate Management

Garage / Estate Sale

Unpacking / move-in

Home Staging


Group Training

Public Speaking

Author / Writer

Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD, ADHD)




Chronic Disorganization


Feng Shui

Green Organizing 


What To Ask Before Hiring A Professional Organizer

It's important to find someone you like and with whom you feel comfortable. If possible, interview several professional organizers in your area. Depending upon what's most important to you, ask the candidates about how long they have been in business, their background and training, their areas of expertise, what they like about being a professional organizer, and their policies and procedures.  You may want to request references from past clients.


In addition to the project requirements and your preferences, consider the differences between a professional organizer affiliated with NAPO and one who isn't. 


All NAPO members agree to work within the guidelines of the NAPO Code of Ethics. This set of principles forms the foundation for how NAPO professional organizers conduct themselves with clients, colleagues and their community.


What's a CPO?

Professional Organizers can obtain Certified Professional Organizer (CPO) credentials which are administered by The Board of Certification for Professional Organizers (BCPO). For more information, visit the BCPO website


Golden Circle Logo  

This prestigious designation is for NAPO members who have been engaged in the business of organizing for five years or more while also a NAPO member in good standing for at least one year.