Name Rebecca Coffey . Home State Ohio . College Indiana Wesleyan . Major Psychology . Graduate School Baylor University . Degree MS in Social Work . MBTI . INFP

Heyy! My name is Becca!

I think the world is full of stories….it’s what binds us together.

My story can be either short or long depending on the teller. The short version is that I was born into an incredible family, youngest of three in small town Ohio. I have loving parents that were married when they were twenty and rarely spent a night apart. My childhood was pretty much free of adverse experiences. The only glaring reality that I faced was being the pastor’s daughter of a large church in a small town. It’s hard to tell people that, even at 28. I feel the immediate assumptions…whether it’s the snickery of “you know pastors daughters are wild” or the embarrassed hush of “that’s the last thing I’ll tell her….she’s too conservative for me” For a long time…I didn’t think those opinions mattered to me. I knew how to act right and dress right, say the right thing, DON’T make mistakes. I was a good athlete and a good student and even better….I wanted to be a missionary! I quickly sprout up to #1 golden girl in the family.

However, my perfect plan of being golden girl ended up NOT being a perfect plan after all. I hit quarter life crisis HARD. I found myself lost and unsure of who I was, who I wanted to be, and what I wanted to do. Something that remained constant through it all, was my love for people and my love for helping others become their best version of themselves. I decided to follow that passion all the way to Houston, Texas. I moved from a town of 22,000 to a city of 2.3 million, woah baby!! I spent my first 6 months in Houston alone. So alone that my only friend was the homeless man, Jerry, that lived outside of Target. Loneliness is a hard reality and for me, it brought bad decisions. These bad decisions brought a pain and disappointment that I never dreamed would be a part of my story. But through the pain, I finally found myself. I found who I wanted to be, away from the pressures of who I SHOULD be. It was the beginning of my very best life. My passion is to help others find their way. To love themselves and continue to fight for who they could be. I’m a health and fitness enthusiast and continuously strive to be a better version of myself. I’m far from perfect and I have tougher days than I’d like to admit, but every day is a new opportunity.

And that’s what brings us here, I would love to help you find the best version of yourself and live your truth. To help weed through the pain and insecurity and uncover the beauty within. Through vulnerability, empathy and connectedness, I would love to be a part of your journey!