Alumni Entrepreneurs


Caitlin Williams, 1992

Business/Organization/Inventions

Embody Life Coaching

Type of Business

Counseling and Therapy

Description of Business or Organization

I am a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) trained in the art and science of life coaching using a holistic & balanced approach which embraces the Whole Person using Mind, Body, Heart, Intuitive & Relational Systems and applies them in the coaching process. The International Coach Federation (ICF) defines Life Coaching as "...partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential." In alignment with the Co-Active Coaching model, I see my coaching clients as intrinsically "Creative, Resourceful & Whole." We already have within each of us the ability to grow, change and continuously learn new things and transform our lives, but the limiting beliefs we subconsciously carry may keep us stuck and unable to move forward on our own. Through a lively blend of conversation and coaching exercises, our work together will enable you to clarify and define your authentic path, identify and release any limiting beliefs, and begin taking bold steps towards creating the life you're uniquely meant to live. Together, we'll examine your goals in a way that makes the coaching process valuable, revealing, energizing, occasionally provocative, deeply meaningful, and even fun! My clients are typically women in their 20's, 30's and 40's who are ready to transform their lives and make meaningful, significant changes with the consistent support and objective, compassionate encouragement, reflection & feedback of a trusted and qualified Certified Professional Life Coach.

Contact Information

9861 SW 35th Drive
Portland, OR
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How did Evergreen prepare you for your professional life?

The program I was in at Evergreen brought together concepts and synthesized information & experiences into a cohesive whole. I learned that absolutely everything is interrelated and interconnected, even if, from the outset the pieces seemed totally disparate-it's how I work as a Life Coach, too. And everything I've learned in my life to this point-academically and in various modes of employment, as well as creatively, interpersonally, physically, emotionally and spiritually-is utterly relevant to the path I'm now on as a Life Coach. It's what I illuminate with my clients in the coaching-that we are holistic beings; if one area of our lives feels unbalanced, everything has the potential to feel unbalanced, whereas deep contentedness in any area can positively feed into and transform our lives.