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I’ve been helping others to create order from chaos all my life. Room to Think was born in 2013 when I asked myself ‘that’ question: “if I could choose to do anything, how would I want to spend my time when I wasn’t with my friends or family?”

It feels like everything I’ve done in my life to date – paid, unpaid, work, social and personal – led to Room to Think and that everything I’ve done since has contributed. I’m a woman, a mum, a partner and a householder. Having studied both Psychology and Fine Art at degree level, I completed an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology in December 2019. The research I carried out into clutter and wellbeing has been published in an academic journal. I’m now training to become a meditation teacher.

I have always had a pathological need to create order where chaos exists. I think in spreadsheets and categories and have a strong eye for the aesthetic. I have a friendly, easy-going manner and people say I am unshockable. I believe in, and am living proof of, the capacity we all have to move forward.

I live in East London and love my local community. I ride a bike and walk a lot. I’m fit, healthy and practical.

I’ve spent time in the voluntary sector and the business sector and have been involved in all sorts of community projects; I’ve set up and managed an architect’s practice, fundraised for an International Women’s Charity, run training workshops in work related practises and group dynamics and organised conferences. I’ve worked behind a bar and in a factory. I’ve picked fruit, stuffed envelopes and even had a brief stint of selling advertising space. I’m part of a group who have set up and run a community choir, and have sat on various Trustee Boards. My favourite projects so far – apart from Room to Think – are being a mum and walking from Birmingham home to London along the Grand Union Canal.

I find it a total privilege to be invited into peoples’ confidences to carry out this kind of work. This is the happiest time of my life – I’ve been fortunate to have a fair bit of therapeutic help in the past and am familiar with the feeling of being stuck or paralysed by even the thought of a task. I’m constantly inspired and amazed by the people I am lucky enough to work with.

Do get in touch if you’d like to know more – fill in the contact form below or email hello@roomtothink.net with a phone number and we can arrange a time for a chat.

See what others have said about me.

Caroline Rogers Room to Think

“I’d always thought about hiring someone to help me with clutter and clearing but thought of it as an extravagance and something I ‘should’ be able to do on my own. I was about to move into a small space with my partner and knew action was needed, so after investigating declutterers on line I decided to ask Caroline for help. It was a great experience.”

– claudia, london

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