Meet Terri, Declutter Consultant

I have worked in a number of people and customer facing roles in both public and private enterprises throughout London and Ireland since the 1990s. More recently I left my Human Resources role to set up my own consultancy and to follow my passion in motivating and inspiring others so they can truly see the power of decluttering. 

As a graduate of the Declutter Academy, I am a fully trained and qualified Professional Declutterer.

I enjoy helping others discover the many positive benefits of decluttering. I experienced my own challenges with decluttering over the years and can fully appreciate people’s frustrations and anxieties when it comes to decluttering and organising a home. I enjoy sharing the knowledge and confidence of decluttering and organising their home in a thorough and enjoyable way while also creating a home that’s meaningful and enjoyable to them. 

I’ve always considered myself to be a great organiser and have regularly decluttered friends and families homes, wardrobes amongst other areas over the past 20+ years. It was always an area that I very much enjoyed and particularly in helping others break free from the overwhelm of clutter and allow them free up precious space in their homes. This helps them to create a greater sense of happiness in their homes and to let go of clutter.

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My Methodology

Motivating and inspiring others so they can truly see the power of decluttering and letting go, and yes – YOU CAN do this.

Being able to empower others with the skills and knowledge to transform their homes in an effective way, is at the core of everything I do.

Making the biggest impact while maximising time and energy. 

Helping others to make decisions allowing them to be in control in a non-judgemental manner.

Identify why clutter builds up in the home and encourage others who struggle to make decisions around their clutter. 

Understand the various emotions experienced with decluttering especially with sentimentality and guilt. 

Knowing when to take a break when emotional blocks hinder ability to make decisions.