Conference in Edinburgh to focus on hoarding disorder.
The event will explore treatments and interventions for the condition, which involves people storing vast amounts of items and cluttering up their homes.
An estimated 200,000 people in Scotland are affected by severe clutter.
Experts say the disorder can affect a person's health and wellbeing, and pose a public health problem as well as a serious fire risk.
The conference, to be held in October, comes in the same year that hoarding disorder will become a newly-classified mental health condition.
The event is being organised by social enterprise Life-Pod, which helps affected people.