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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.

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Virginia Lawrence, MHM, CCP  | Full Profile

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.

Location: Austin, Texas United States

Kris Reichart-Anderson | Full Profile

CCA LogoCreative ideas are as plentiful as the stars in the West Texas sky. Bringing them to earth and giving them form can be another matter entirely.. Are you looking for ways to move from thinking to doing? Do you want to say "I am..." instead of "I'd like to ..." Are you tired of saying "Someday, ..." and ready to say "Now ..."?

Location: Del Rio, Texas. United States

Joanne Sprott | Full Profile

From my experience counseling and being a muse for artists and artisans, musicians and crafters, I’ve found that a soul-filled, spiritual approach to one’s muse, and therefore one’s creativity, can be very effective in starting or restarting a soulful relationship with Self that will fulfill you on all levels and will also create beauty and inspiration for those in your circle of life.

Location: Houston, Texas. United States

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