Dufflyn Lammers (CPC, CAI, CRS) is a writer, an actor and a Relationship and Recovery Coach.. In her international coaching practice she works remotely and in person with clients all over the world. She has published in The L.A Times, Adelaide, Santa Fe Writers Project, Iowa Woman, and more. Her essay "Tinder in Paris" won a Silver Medal in the Love Story category for the Twelfth Annual Solas Awards, 2018. Lammers co-edited the spoken word anthology Chorus with Saul Williams, 2014 (Simon & Schuster).
In 2018 Lammers received a standing ovation from 600 women in recovery at the She Recovers Gala at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. Her one woman show DISCOVERED was a 2017 Duende Distinction Award nominee in its debut at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. She has appeared on RUSSELL SIMMONS DEF POETRY JAM (HBO), CRIMINAL MINDS (CBS), ENTOURAGE (HBO), in BELLY from Artisan Films, among others.
Lammers has worked with the Los Angeles Police Department and with At-Risk Youth in schools and community centers to facilitate recovery in traumatized and undeserved populations. She presents workshops on resilience, identity and attachment at treatment centers and conferences internationally. Her workshops use improv games and creative writing to teach emotional intelligence, communication skills, and recovery skills through the power of play. Originally from Palo Alto, California, she lives in Paris.
Her personal website is: www.dufflyn.com