Everyone is entitled to room to think. I’m Caroline – I think in categories, have an eye for the aesthetic and a friendly, easy going manner. I offer a confidential, non-judgmental, collaborative service in:
*I have an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology & Coaching Psychology.
K, London says: “on Sunday I had a lunch party, and my home was filled with friends, food and laughter again (something that had seemed so unattainable before I chanced upon your website, but had craved for so long). Last week I completed my Tax Return in record time, (because I knew where all my statements and accounts were), and my bedroom is clear, clean and welcoming for the first time in 6 years…so, who knows what the next few months may hold?
“I hope that anyone who needs reassurance or that extra “oompf” to pick up the phone, to start to make really positive changes in their life and de-clutter, however scary that may be, that they take the opportunity of working with you. You’re a star, and I can’t thank you enough, Caroline.”
Photograph: Matt Mulligan (www.sprintwithscissors.com)
I trained to coach as part of an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology at UEL. I am a positive psychology coach, which means I coach with priority and attention to your wellbeing as well as your coaching goals. If appropriate, I may offer you various tools, activities and techniques to help you move further towards achieving what you’d like to happen.
Coaching is an opportunity to hear your thoughts out loud. It works well for people wanting to declutter their homes without physical help (virtual organising), as well as for people wanting to make changes (confidence, wellbeing, decisions re next chapter in life etc.).
I’m an experienced workshop leader as well as in delivering presentations and participating in conversations on the topics of decluttering, organising and positive psychology. I’m a proud member of the APDO training team delivering the Starting a Professional Organising Business course.
To get a feel of how I come across, here is a link to a recent television appearance discussing minimalism and meaning.