A little more about me
Hi there! My name is Kaitlyn, and I am a Certified Life Coach & Rediscovery Coach that’s dedicated to helping you reach your full potential so that you can lead a happy, successful and extraordinary life. My passion is to help my clients succeed in every avenue in their life, while coaching and cheering you on at every step of the way. So, let me tell you a bit about myself. I grew up in Toronto, Canada, with my loving and supportive mother and father, along with my two older brothers. Oh, and dogs – lots of dogs! I began dancing at the age of 3-years-old, and loved competing in ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical, and acrobatics.
My dance studio was my second home, and I’ve made some amazing life-long friends. I knew that dance was not my future, and became so interested in the mind and psyche, questioning why people do what they do, how our brains work, and psychology in general. Therefore, I just had to study it! I studied at Ryerson University where I obtained by BA in Psychology, and then went on to do my MSc degree in Forensic Psychology from the University of Liverpool. I knew there was something else I wanted to study, and after some soul searching, I realized it was Life Coaching. This was my passion and my calling, and soon enough, I obtained two certificates in Life Coaching.
Life Coaching is exciting for me because I love watching my clients grow and become the successful, empowered, and positively transformed people they were meant to be. Seeing your success and increased awareness, acceptance, and goal-oriented self will give you that confidence boost to simply shine in all areas of your life.
When I'm not Coaching or in the office, I love to be with my family and friends, playing with my pets, traveling all over and indulging in new experiences. I also love volunteering. I have volunteered with the Centre of Addiction and Mental Health for several years in the past, but this past year, I have been volunteering with the Elizabeth Fry Society of Toronto, where I have had a few roles within the organization. In addition to offering Life Coaching sessions for the participants in the My Start-Up entrepreneurial program, I have been volunteering in the Talk & Listen program and also the Court Support program, where I offer assistance, community resources and a listening ear to people who have been in conflict with the law. This organization is amazing at helping women who are at risk or have been in conflict with the law, and I cannot thank or admire Elizabeth Fry Toronto enough for all that they do for those they serve.