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Profiles of Longitudinal Treatment Response Hoarding Disorder

      Hoarding disorder (HD) is a highly impairing condition that effects between 2-6% of the population. The current standard of care for treatment of HD is cognitive behavioral therapy which has been shown to decrease symptoms between 12-37%. In this study we seek to determine longitudinal outcomes of clinician compared to peer-led treatment and understand if there are profiles related to treatment response.
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