The discussion was called Can Evidence-Based CBT Interventions for Hoarding Be Disseminated to Multidisciplinary Human Service Professionals for Community Implementation?, and the panel included social workers and psychologists. Some of the panelists, such as Jackson Sherratt and Karen Rowa, are front-line practitioners who work regularly with hoarding clients. Others, including Jordana Muroff, Sheila Woody, and of course Christiana Bratiotis, are university-based researchers who work closely with community organizations that intervene in hoarding cases involving vulnerable clients, such as those who are threatened with eviction. Gail Steketee moderated the panel and provided useful insights into this work. For more details about this conference, click here.