From University Career Advisor to Feminine Soul Coach, I help women know their self worth on a soul level, so they can stop doubting themselves and starting living with joy, peace and purpose.
Though I believe external forces--like a good career-can improve our lives, I know true joy comes from deep inner trust and self-love.
You could say I’m an unlikely person to be teaching this. After all, I was the girl who struggled with her confidence since middle school--thanks puberty--but who did a good job pretending she was doing great.
I did all the right things by society’s standards. I got into a Top 5 University in the U.S., had a good job, married young, and on the outside I looked happy.
But, it wasn’t until at dinner with a group of friends in 2015 that I realized a part of my life I had been neglecting all along--the toxic relationship I had with myself.
In a cabin tucked in the woods, a group of us spiritual seekers sat around a potluck dinner when the conversation turned to me.
I admitted that I had been struggling with my inner dialogue for some time and that the concept of “being my own best friend” was completely foreign to me.
My table mate Joe turned to me and innocently asked, “If you’re not your own best friend, Devin, then who are you?” The question simultaneously touched me, sent chills down my spine, and awakened me to a reality I was afraid to admit...through tears I answered, “I’m my own worst critic.”
They looked back at me with empathy…
And I knew in that moment there had to be another way to live…with more love, peace, and joy; and less doubt, confusion and suffering.
I no longer wanted to be my own worst critic (my own worst enemy).
I was afraid--but knew it was time--to start loving myself the way I so easily loved those around me.
From here, I went on a long spiritual journey diving into therapy, coaching, yoga, meditation, psychology, spiritual transformation and inner healing. My goal was to heal my relationship to my self.
I soon became the youngest-ever certified Gallup Strengths Coach and went on to helped thousands of college students know their own worth, strengths and potential. I knew that others were suffering the way I had for so many years and I wanted to help people know “There is nothing wrong with you.”
Today, I coach women all over the world to know their worth, love themselves and accept themselves exactly as they are.
I believe acceptance is the way. Self-love is the path to freedom.
Deep trust is essential to transforming your life.
From being the girl who always struggled with self-worth to finally finding freedom from my inner mean girl, my purpose is to lead clients to deep acceptance, clarity and self-love.
I teach women to change their inner dialogue, to accept and celebrate themselves, and to stop their daily suffering so they can begin living a life of peace, joy, courage and self-love.
Because a shiny Stanford degree, a fancy job title and a wedding ring by 24 weren’t enough to create true deep contentment about my life. Only self-love could do that for me.
Imagine what self-love could do for you.
Things to know (because credentials—and fun facts— matter!):
Gallup® Strengths Certified Coach
Strong Interest Inventory Certified Coach
Graduate of Stanford University with a concentration in Social Development & Human Wellbeing
5,000+ Coaching Hours Logged
1,000+ Students + Clients over the past 5 years
Fantasy Lover—my favorite movie(s) are The Lord of The Rings Trilogy
Latin Dancing is my favorite way to work up a sweat!