The Creativity Coaching Association is pleased to spotlight our member-coaches as a FREE coach referral service for you. Our goal is to help you identify and select a coach who can meet your needs in whatever creative endeavor you undertake. You can find a coach in three ways: by name, by geographic location, or by specialization.
Please be aware that the coaches listed here have provided information about their coaching businesses. Given the subjective nature of coaching, CCA has not and cannot perform any verification of a coach's background or qualifications. We therefore recommend that when you contact a potential coach, you must assess their qualifications to your own satisfaction and standards. As a result, by your utilizing the CCA referral database, you agree to hold the Creativity Coaching Association harmless from any and all claims which may arise as a result of your work with any coach included herein.
Creativity is among the strongest change factors in our society. I have met or discovered a number of creative minds in my 35 years of international experience and 14 years of coaching practice. As a creative mind myself, I am passionate for coaching other creative people and support them to reveal, manage or better exploit their creativity potential, no matter whether this creative potential belongs to an artistic creator such as a designer, writer, actors, musicians and visual artist, or sometimes to non artisitc creator such as a company executive or entrepreneur.
Tina M. Games is the author of Journaling by the Moonlight: A Mother's Path to Self-Discovery (an interactive book with an accompanying deck of 54 journaling prompt cards).
As a certified creativity and life purpose coach, she is the "Moonlight Muse" for women who want to tap into the "full moon within" and claim their authentic self, both personally and professionally. Through her signature coaching program, based on the phases of the moon, Tina gently guides women from darkness to light as they create an authentic vision filled with purpose, passion and creative expression.
She lives in Alexandria, Virginia with her husband and their two children.
I’m passionate about creativity and spirituality and about people who are committed to meaning, creativity, and personal development. Creating—making—involves us in destroying (the empty stage, the blank page) as well as the processes of moving from flickering idea to final form. Every day I do as a writer the work I help my clients do as artists, writers or the creators of rich personal and professional lives.
We are all creative beings and that our creativity is directly related to the meaning in our lives. And a life full of creativity and meaning is a life filled with passion and enthusiasm. As a Certified Creativity Coach it is my purpose and privilege to help you reawaken, refresh, and recharge the creative being inside, to help you begin, explore, or continue your creative journey. IT IS NEVER TOO LATE!
Let us work together in discovering your true identity, managing daily stressors and obtaining creative satisfaction. I am a licensed mental health counselor and a singer, songwriter and performer. I help performers and artists overcome obstacles to achieving professional success and personal fulfillment. I specialize in mental health concerns for artists and creative individuals.
Sharon Good, CC is President of Good Life Coaching Inc. and a certified Life, Career and Creativity Coach based in New York City. Sharon specializes in helping all types of people to creatively design a life and career that brings them joy. Drawing on her background in theatre, photography, graphic design, writing and publishing, she supports artists in bringing more of their creative work into their lives and starting or making their creative business more profitable and enjoyable.
Cherylann Guillot-Jones is a former ballet dancer, currently working on a science fiction novel and children's book series. She has considerable experience in business management, marketing and nonprofit fund raising. Ms Guillot-Jones works with performers on audition and competition preparation, as well as performance anxiety.