Abigail (Abi) Dziuk is currently a graduate student pursuing her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Dance Therapy. In 2022, Abi graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Psychology. For the past two years, she has dedicated her time as a behavioral technician, working closely with children who have Autism and ADHD. Her dedication to helping neurodivergent individuals thrive has not only shaped her career path but also defined her sense of purpose.
Beyond her studies and professional experiences, Abi is a connoisseur of aesthetics. She is passionate about interior design, ergonomic living, and the timeless allure of vintage furniture. Her creativity extends to the kitchen, where she indulges her love for bread baking, creating both sustenance and art.
Abi believes in the power of organization to bring tranquility to life. Her goal is to make spaces work seamlessly, ensuring that external clutter does not clutter the mind. Her approach to organizing is deeply rooted in her desire to understand people and their unique needs. She knows that true organization is not just about tidying up; it’s about crafting environments that enhance well-being.