Terry Prince enjoys helping people reach their goal to live more productively and calmly in their business or residential environment.
Terry Prince is an internationally recognized expert, speaker, coach, thought leader and consultant on the subjects of organization, productivity, transition and chronic disorganization. Her clients include Corporations, the Federal Government, local government agencies, non-profits, small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Terry is a co-author of The Clutter-Hoarding Scale, (published by the NSGCD/ICD), an environmental assessment tool now utilized in many fields. Terry has also written many NSGCD publications including Backsliding, Body Double Techniques for Professional Organizers and Working with Physically Challenged Clients. She was also a contributing author to Organizing Options: Solutions from Professional Organizers as well as Golden Tips for Getting Organized, both published by the National Association of Professional Organizers.
Terry Prince was the first president of the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization, a non-profit educational organization that educates professional organizers and related professionals on the issues of chronic disorganization. Effective 2011 the new name of this organization is Institute for Challenging Disorganization.
Certified by the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization, Terry holds her Certification in Chronic Disorganization CPO-CD as well as her ADD and CD Specialist Certificate. Terry Prince is also a Master Trainer for the NSGCD/Institute for Challenging Disorganization.
In 2010 Terry Prince received the Highlighter Award from the ICD/NSGCD for her significant contributions within the field of study in Chronic Disorganization.Terry is the 2003 recipient of the prestigious Founders Award from the National Association of Professional Organizers; this award it the highest honor bestowed by NAPO and recognizes outstanding contributions in the organizing profession. Terry most recently earned her Certified Caregiving Consultant (CCC) designation in 2017.