About the Organizer


Rachel Fontaine

I love to help people reach goals.  Those could be clutter reduction goals, health goals, work goals, and work/life balance goals.  Don’t have a goal?  That’s ok.  I can help with that too!  There’s nothing quite like seeing the relief a client has when they are able to feel peace after getting things in order or accomplishing a goal they've been trying to reach for months or years.

I wanted to be a professional organizer for a long time.  Like a lot of people, I started and stopped and abandoned my goal.  I made excuses.  But I never stopped being interested in organizing and productivity.  Finally, I made a leap to follow the path I knew I needed to take.  I'm glad I did it.  Now I get to spend my time helping people live the lives they want.   

For 15 years, I worked as an office manager in various small business settings, including many years in a mental health practice.  My experience includes running the day-to-day office flow, administrative assistance, patient interaction, financial management, and project management.  I have been instrumental in the development of office procedures, software selection, and monitoring of compliance with government regulations and commercial insurance requirements.

As a member of NAPO (National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals) I have trained and received specialist certificates for residential organizing and workplace productivity and am experienced working with residential and small business clients.  I have also received training in chronic disorganization and related issues through the Institute for Challenging Disorganization and enjoy working with individuals dealing with chronic disorganization, ADHD, anxiety, and other challenges.

My approach is tailored to the individual client and circumstances, with the understanding that every client is different and what works for one may not work for another.  I believe in a holistic approach to organizing and work with clients to find what is working and what feels out of balance.  I assist my clients with learning to identify and keep what matters and let go of what doesn’t and enjoy working with children and adults.

My work with clients is confidential and they can trust that I will treat them with respect, compassion, and understanding.  

New Member Ambassador, NAPO: National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals
Treasurer, NAPO New England
Member, NAPO CT
Member, Institute for Challenging Disorganization

NAPO Specialist Certificate-Residential Organizing, November 2016
NAPO Specialist Certificate-Workplace Productivity, December 2016
Institute for Challenging Disorganization Certificate of Study in Chronic Disorganization, April 2018

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Service Areas

Coaching: national

On-Site Organizing: Rhode Island, Southeastern Massachusetts, Litchfield County Connecticut

(401) 559-2079 - (860) 325-2079