Caitlin shares a story about how lack of self value and self esteem led her to an unethical decision that landed her in jail. The experience led her to an epiphany around the mental prison she was holding over herself that imprisoned her from claiming her value, as well as the grace of better relationships and actions that come from the willingness to speak from empowerment versus act in quiet desperation.
She now helps other women find their mental prisons so that they can become liberated to "affirm their value in the world."
She is a Boulder based life coach, inspirational speaker and wellness blogger who works with women all over the country. She was named one of the 100 Best Health Coach Bloggers in 2015 by The Institute for the Psychology of Eating, is a writer for Elephant Journal, and works one on one with clients. She studied early childhood development and the psychology of healing at Naropa University and graduated from The University of Spiritual Healing and Sufism in 2008, where she learned how to work one on one with clients in a coaching capacity.
To connect with Caitlin Directly: www.caitlinwinkley.com