Is clutter affecting your family life?

Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed by clutter in your home?

Do you often find yourself exhausted and angry as a parent due to the constant influx of kids' stuff?

If so, you're not alone.

The Dooley Method™ – a transformative process that combines home organizing and positive parenting is designed to alleviate physical and mental stress while strengthening the family's connection.

With positive parenting and KonMari home organizing principles as the backbone of the Dooley Method™, you no longer have to resort to bribes, threats, or punishment to get your children to clean up. Instead, I will teach you how to approach decluttering as an opportunity to build character and live your family's values.

By practicing this method, you'll feel empowered to support your children in developing confidence and autonomy, leading to a more harmonious and fulfilling family life. Together, we'll establish lasting systems and develop habits to keep your home functional and organized.

I firmly believe that every family has the potential to thrive, and with the Dooley Method™, I can help you unlock that potential. Are you ready to embark on this journey toward a clutter-free, joyful, and fulfilling family life? Let's get started!

Chaos to Calm Coaching Call


90-Minute Session + Personalized Action Plan + Check-Ins

  • Non-judgmental private coaching
  • Address your clutter-related parenting concerns
  • Identify underlying cause
  • Receive personalized solutions
  • Free workbook with Dooley Method toolkit 
  • Email check-ins
Book now!

Disclaimer: Ann Dooley is a certified Master level KonMari home organizing consultant and certified positive parenting coach. She is not a licensed medical professional, and the Dooley Method™ is not therapy. While coaching can supplement therapy or precede it, it is not meant to be a replacement. Instead, coaching is an educational resource for you—the parent—and the scope of the sessions will focus on your role as a parent. Ann will work with your children to teach them the skills to organize their belongings. She will not be treating or diagnosing your child.