Clear the blocks from your life with Interiors Therapy to attract a new flow of opportunities, relationships and prosperity.
Make your home work for you.
Possessions can keep us tied to the past. The problem is knowing which possessions are creating stagnation and letting go of them.
When my marriage ended, I realised I had been stuck in a rut for eight years. I left behind many of my possessions and old ways of thinking and felt liberated to create a fresh start. Seven months later, I had a new job paying double my old salary, a new home and a new optimism.
I now work with people to help them clear away clutter from their homes to open the way for change and new possibilities. This has been called ‘Interiors Therapy’ because of the impact clearing your home can have on your life and your relationships.
Book your free 15 minute consultation. If you recognise your clutter may be affecting the way you think and feel or denying you the life you want, you are ready to move forward. Reach out to me by email and I’ll be in touch to arrange your complimentary consultation. contact
About Suzanne Roynon
I became the 'go to' person for friends and colleagues who were feeling stuck or needed to move on. By clearing their clutter they transformed their lives, made more money and met new people.
It was a natural step to train as a personal performance coach, taking my knowledge and understanding to a new level, enabling me to serve my clients with a truly bespoke Interiors Therapy, clutter and coaching service. I now work across the UK and internationally.
I had been struggling to get over the end of a relationship and had lost friends as a result of my mood. I’d lost my mojo and it was beginning to show at work. With Suzanne’s help, I’m now happy in my home, have decided to study for a Masters and am dating again.
James Wilkinson, London
I had been overweight for 10 years. After getting Suzanne’s help, I dropped 3 dress sizes and met a great man – in 6 months! I am now married with a healthy baby girl and I’m where I’ve always wanted to be.
Diane Stephenson, Hitchin, Herts
This short visit made such a difference – it helped bring some much needed order to our lives and inexplicably how I felt. It seemed to lift my mood and give me a new focus, allowing me to apply maximum focus and energy to the recruitment process. I’m delighted to confirm I got the job!
John Hill, Cheshire
As we cleared my clutter my anxiety started to lift and I felt happier. My business improved, I took on many new clients and cleared my debts. I started attracting new within romantic interest and am now dating again after seven years alone.
Olivia Lee, Hertfordshire
Of course, there’s no guarantee that making these changes in my home — and, more importantly, in my head — will lead to love. But one thing is for certain. My flat is no longer a woman-repeller, and I haven’t been so happy in ages.
Cosmo Landesman, London
The flat was so much lighter and brighter, I could see things, find things and it generally felt so much more enjoyable to live in. The most surprising consequence was within six months I started a new job, met a new man and life became so much more fun.
Elizabeth Pickering, Sussex
After my 'Ready to Sell' Interiors Therapy. I realised I had effectively been a lodger in my own home for years. There were cupboards I never opened and rooms which felt unloved. Now I love my home all over again and it sold three days after the consultation.
M Higgs, Hertfordshire
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