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.
Are you seeking more balance and fulfillment and crave a fresh approach to changing your life and living your dreams?
Humans are beings of unlimited possibility. My greatest passion in life is to inspire people to envision, and then live the life they only dream about today. If you're ready to take decisive new action in your life, I will meet you wherever you may be on life's journey, and serve as your guide into uncharted territory.
Sunday Larson founded The Sedona Mentoring Circle, connecting generations of girls and women through the ancient art of mentoring.
She guides women over 50 through their Fabulous Awakening and coaches women who accept nothing less than Living in Full Radiance
My mission is to help people find both creative and economic abundance— it is the central concern for any creative person. As a single mother, I intimately understand the challenges of meeting personal and financial responsibilities while maintaining a creative life. My coaching practice grew out of a heartfelt desire to motivate and inspire people to greater abundance, creatively, financially, personally and spiritually.
Great Stock. As a fourth generation of great women in my family, I was born into a pot of great stock. Blended carefully through trials, tribulations triumphs and celebrations. However, strength sometimes is not a match when empowerment leaves the room. Seven years ago was diagnosed with a stress and anxiety disorder. I was derailed to the point that I thought I would never come back. Today, when I look back, I realize two things; 1) embrace, celebrate diversity, mistakes, creativity and imagination in others. and 2) Do something. I decided to spread my own ideas. But like many of you I just did not know how, until I detoured and that is when I became a coach.
In my coaching practice I've helped women re-connect to their creative spirit. My clients have opened art studios, written books, created art journals, created jewelry, painted, danced and recorded songs. These are just a few examples of what my clients had the courage to imagine and then create. My clients will tell you that my coaching sessions are uplifting, energetic, warm, and caring as we worked together in exploring all the possibilities of growing their creative dreams.
See yourself and your situation through fresh eyes. My approach to coaching is dynamic, reflective, thought-provoking and collaborative. As a creativity coach I deeply listen, support, encourage, ask questions, and challenge clients to explore, find clarity, and take ownership of their creative life.
As a doctoral-level psychologist, certified creativity coach, and visual artist, I bring a unique blend of skills and over 20 years experience to helping individuals create more vibrant and fulfilling lives. Working from an integrative, collaborative orientation, I support clients in translating insight into action to make positive changes in their creative lives.
Life coach and Individual/Team Business Coaching. Great experience in advertising, as former general manager and creative general manager in multinational advertising agencies. Also in Fine Arts (mainly painting and sculpture) as a former contemporary art critic.
I work with artists and educators designing and developing professional development opportunities in the arts. I have a passion for supporting arts educators who are in pursuit of their continued personal creative journey. I have also worked extensively with artists supporting their work in residencies. When you can create a life filled with your personal artistic goals and dreams, you are poised to bring that knowledge directly to your audiences and students.
Louise offers support for integrating creativity challenges with life challenges, especially health challenges. She has first-hand experience doing this for herself as well as facilitating groups in creativity recovery, health support, counseling, friendship, and prayer. She is a writer, visual artist, and teacher of workshops on creativity. Louise is here to help you nurture yourself and your inner artist child; separate your core identity from health identity; pace yourself with creativity projects; and fulfill your dreams in the midst of limitations.