Read an informative article about the psychology behind clutter featuring Mr. Shulman
Click here to read an interesting article based on hoarding surveys featuring Mr. Shulman.

Click here to read "Web of Buys: Addicted to Online Shopping" by Terrence Shulman
cosozo.com article by Mr. Shulman tells us how stores manipulate us into buying with technology.

Do Material Things Make Us Happy? Watch this 15 min Huffington Post video featuring Terry Shulman.

Click here for the article "How to Help Someone Who is a Hoarder."Get tips and resources that will educate you and allow you to help those who hoard.

Click here to find out why internet therapy is as good, if not better, than face-to-face therapy!

Click here to see the Dec. 31st MSN TODAY segment regarding the effectiveness of Online Therapy

Shopping Bulimia: Is binge and purge buying the newest disorder? Featuring Mr. Shulman, published in canoe.ca

Mr. Shulman participated in a radio interview on compulsive stealing, spending and hoarding for Canadian radio www.talk-radio.ca

Perspectives: Mr. Shulman speaks on Sept. 17th at Franklin Public Library (MI) as part of their Speaker Series - DIGGING OUT of Disorder and BUSTING THROUGH Clutter
Click here to read an article about Employee Theft and Shoplifting from stores.org featuring Mr. Shulman
Mr Shulman interviewed in a panel discussion about shopping addiction on HuffPostLive! Click here to watch!

Mr. Shulman spoke at the Franklin, MI Public Library on Sept. 17th about "Digging out of disorder and busting through clutter."
Click here - Mr. Shulman quoted on hoarding disorder in May 12 article in Sarasota, FL Herald Tribune
FREE presentation on "Understanding and Treating Hoarding Disorder" by Mr. Shulman on April 16th, 7:00-8:30 @ Franklin Public Library, 32455 Franklin Rd, Franklin, MI
Sat. April 13th 8:30-12:30pm Mr. Shulman co-presents on relationships in recovery @ 3rd Annual "Living Recovery in an Addictive World" conference - St. Luke's Episc. Church 540 W. Lewiston - Ferndale MI. $5 advance, $10 at door.

Thurs March 28, 7-9pm Mr. Shulman presents a FREE talk on compulsive shopping/spending @ the Farmington Unitarian Church - 25301 Halsted Rd, Farmington Hills, MI
Mr. Shulmna interviewed on Blog Talk Radio on 9/15/12. See link at bottom of page to listen!
Click here to read June Article on Understanding Theft, Overspending and Hoarding in Addiction Professional Magazine

FINALLY! The Andreson Cooper shoplifting addiction segment is airing Friday, May 25. Mr. Shulman and two CASA Online members are featured. Check listings for time/channel. Airs in Detroit at 3PM (NBC)
Click here to read an article on Employee Theft by T. D. Shulman from March issue of arvcVOICE Magazine

Upcoming annual mini-conference on addiction and recovery in contemporary culture April 14, Ferndale, MI. Click for more information
How to Guard Against Employee Theft - by www.bizjournals.com
Mr. Shulman was featured on Nightline on Feb. 22 as an expert on compulsive shopping and shoplifting
Click here to read The Metro Times book review of Cluttered Live, Empty Souls and interview with author, Terrence D. Shulman.
Mr. Shulman featured on Charlie Langton Talk Radio 1270, November 2011.
"Shopping season for many, shop-lifting season for a few"

Mr. Shulman interviewd on overshopping in the Wall Street Journal - Shop 'Til You Stop: How to Treat Compulsive Spending
Read an interesting article on shoplifting by ABCNews - Stealing from Hotels and Restaurants
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The Shulman Center provides professional, confidential, comprehensive, and effective treatment for compulsive stealing, spending, and / or hoarding disorders.

We serve individuals, couples, families, companies, and the community through education, assessment, & treatment. Our vision is a world of emotional and financial health and balance, of honesty and deep self-esteem
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Something for Nothing
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Bought Out And $pent
Recovery from Compulsive
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Cluttered Lives, Empty Souls
Compulsive Stealing, Spending
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Biting the Hand that Feeds
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Bought Out and Spent by Terrence Daryl Shulman
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