Rhonda Britten, named “America’s Favorite Life Coach” by TV Guide, is an Emmy Award-winning reality television personality, repeat guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show, and a Master Coach.
After witnessing the murder-suicide of her parents at age 14, Britten descended into a 20-year period of self-doubt, blame, and addiction. She exhausted every form of help she could think of, from therapy and self-help books to energy work and treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder, but still suffered from daily nightmares.
After her third failed suicide attempt, Britten arose from the ashes and discovered a new pathway to freedom, a method she dubbed Fearless Living. She has since founded the Fearless Living Institute, which hosts classes, workshops, intensives, and certification courses for life coaches. Through her work with the Fearless Living Institute, Britten brings the neuroscience of fear down to Earth, giving you a path out of the “not being good enough” cycle using the “Wheels” technology she developed that saved her own life. Her website, FearlesLiving.org, offers a daily podcast and several online courses.
Britten was the first life coach in the world to be featured on television on the show Life Doctor, later renamed Help Me Rhonda, and has helped to transform lives on more than 600 episodes of reality television programs. She received a Daytime Emmy Award for her work on NBC’s Starting Over from 2003 to 2006, the first such feat for a reality television show. Additionally, she was featured as the life coach on the seventh season of VH1’s Celebrity Fit Club, and has authored four best-selling books including her definitive work, Fearless Living.
Britten is a frequent keynote speaker, and often appears at TEDx conferences and for various corporations and organizations such as Southwest Airlines, Northrup Grumman, Blue Shield of California, and others.