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Meet Judy Einbund of Judy’s Hands in Westlake Village

Today we’d like to introduce you to Judy Einbund.

Judy’s Hands was born out of the desire to help people. My husband, Dr. Neil Einbund, a psychologist, has so often dealt with people totally overwhelmed by their circumstances, whether it be a cluttered home, packing and moving, estate sales, or dealing with the items or home of a loved one who has passed. These situations are difficult to deal with, and especially so when we are so busy with our own daily responsibilities. “Mess causes stress,” is what I believe and tell people. Our physical spaces have an effect on our mental state.

Transitions are a necessary part of life and can be overwhelming. Included in the top five major stressors in life are moving and dealing with the loss of a loved one. The real key to successfully navigating through transition, is knowing when to ask for help. Judy’s Hands is a unique organizational services that focuses on organizing your home or office, de-cluttering, simplifying, sorting, donating unneeded items, planning – advertising – and managing estate/garage/moving sales, packing and overseeing your move, and even unpacking and organizing your new living or work space. We save your valuable time and energy by facilitating all donations and disposing of unwanted items responsibly. Founded by clinical psychologist Dr. Neil Einbund, Judy’s Hands’ organizers help individuals and families get through transitions by simplifying, organizing, and managing life’s challenges, with a nurturing hand, especially in the circumstance of loss. In a complimentary in-home interview and assessment, a Judy’s Hands professional organizer will discuss with you the areas that require attention and all your specific needs.

Our Services Include

Organization:
Organizing your living or work space for maximum efficiency
Garage organization or clean out
Sorting and De-cluttering
Home staging for re-sale or rental
Shopping for needed household items or furniture

Moving Services:
Packing your entire home or office for a move
Sorting unwanted items for donation or disposal
Arranging for donation pick-ups or drop offs

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
As with any new business, the most difficult part is getting our name out into the community and then remaining in the forefront of people’s minds when these kinds of needs arise.

Our reviews and testimonials speak for themselves (they can be found on Yelp and on our website at www.judyshands.com) and we rely on word-of-mouth for business.

Judy’s Hands – what should we know? What do you guys do best? What sets you apart from the competition?
The bottom line is we specialize in helping people get back control of their physical space, thereby giving them the chance for serenity and joy. We eliminate the stress that is created by a cluttered or unorganized existence.

What sets us apart is the personal care we give. Judy and her partner Wendy are caring and nurturing, and respect how difficult it can be for people to part with things. They respect the process of making changes in one’s life and they really treat their clients like family.

What is “success” or “successful” for you?
I define success as finding fulfillment and satisfaction in what I am doing. Judy’s Hands is a very small business built on helping people. It sounds cliché, but the hugs we get at the end of a job are one marker of our success. Clearly we have no delusions of making millions of dollars. But what we do not only helps our clients, but trickles down to others in need, as we salvage and donate whatever items we can to shelters, charities, dog shelters, etc.

Contact Info:

  • Website: www.judyshands.com
  • Phone: 805-405-2480
  • Email: onejudye@gmail.com
  • Instagram: judys_hands
  • Facebook: Judy’s Hands
  • Twitter: Judy Einbund @judyshands
  • Yelp: Judy’s Hands

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