Brittany Garth

Life Coach Brittany is an international certified women empowerment life coach who has provided services to women in over in over 7 different countries including the U.S., the U.K., South Africa and China. In addition to being the owner of Dimensioned Wellness, founder of The DW Life Coach Network and an international motivational speaker, Brittany has also been selected by Forbes as a top coach for the Forbes Coaches Council.


Life Coach Brittany is an international, certified women’s empowerment life coach who possesses a masters in clinical family and adolescent therapy. Life Coach Brittany has worked in the field of coaching and empowering women for more than a decade as a clinical counselor and therapist with years of experience in the field of marriage and family therapy, domestic violence and substance abuse. Brittany became certified in the field of life coaching, after a job loss and nearly becoming homeless. This situation caused Coach Brittany to not only become financially broken, but emotionally broken, as well. With minimal income and resources, Brittany decided to write out a business plan to create a business dedicated to the empowerment of women. Less than 2 years later, Brittany has gone on to provide coaching services to more than 100 women in need annually around the world and build an online subscription of 7,000+ women. Life Coach Brittany additionally has opened an international online Life Coaching school that debuted in January of 2016 and has graduated over 100 students from across the US, the UK, Singapore and Australia.

Brittany, was fortunate enough in her first year of beginning Dimensioned Wellness to host a 6 city college tour and has recently co-hosted a 5 city international leadership-empowerment tour. In February of 2016, Coach Brittany created the DW Life Coach Network, the first professional network for life coaches globally. This network holds over 300 + members from around the world to include (Canada, Ghana, Singapore and the United States). Most recently Brittany has continued to provide motivational speaking internationally and has participated in a TEDx in Africa. Coach Brittany has been featured on MTV, The TD Jakes Talk Show, The Huffington Post, CBS and NBC News, Essence Magazine and several other national and international publications for her work as a leading life coach to women. Coach Brittany is additionally the author of Dear Pinq, a dedication and self-help book for millennial women seeking to turn their struggle story into their success story. The book features personal life lessons in love, career, finances, wellness and more.

My best advice to anyone who is un-empowered is to remember to not wait for things within their lives to be “perfect” before they begin working towards their dreams and future aspirations.



1.What is your definition of women empowerment?

I believe women empowerment is defined as an action that men or women can show to elevate and motivate women. Empowerment in general, is vital to the overall advancement of humanity.

2.What motivated you to get involved in being inspirational for change?

My background is in social work and mental health, so naturally, motivating others is one of my passions as a human being. I know what it is like first hand to be un-empowered and in need of inspiration and have made it my life’s work to create a company to motivate and work with women all over the world to make a global difference.

3.What are some key characteristics of an empowered person?

I believe an empowered person is someone who has the capability to want to give and teach others without the expectation of receiving anything back from the individual they are looking to empower. An empowered person should be authentic, passionate about the work they do and willing to inspire others by being transparent.

4.What can leaders or individuals interested in advocacy do to facilitate empowerment?

Leaders can get involved in their local government to advocate for those who are voiceless on topics they are passionate about and create opportunities that will empower others to be motivated.

5.What advice would you give to those who want to give up due to a lack of empowered feeling, thinking and action? (e.g. What is an important first step)

My best advice to anyone who is un-empowered is to remember to not wait for things within their lives to be “perfect” before they begin working towards their dreams and future aspirations. True empowerment comes from the things that we tell ourselves and what we allow ourselves to accept. Start off by first changing your perception to believe that you are capable and deserving of greatness!

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