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THE TOP CREATIVITY COACHES

The Top Creativity Coaches creativity coaches  / 21th May 2022

Creativity Coaching is an interactive learning system that focuses on creativity and intelligence and gives your brain a boost. It is based on the latest findings in neuroscience, creativity research, and cognitive training. A Creativity Coach helps you manage your projects and tasks and make the most of the output of your team. It helps you schedule your projects, manage your tasks and track the progress of your team.

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Creativity Coach is a platform that helps users make the most out of their creative resources. When you have a team of talented people working for you, it’s critical that you can manage the process and make the most effective use of their time. With Creativity Coach, you can create tasks, schedule tasks, and assign tasks. Tasks can be assigned to companies or individuals. You can track the progress of the tasks assigned. Each task can have multiple milestones.

Each Creativity coach with their custom style trying to help their clients enhance their creativity, and asked them what’s unique about their coaching and what has endorsed their massive success.

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Cindy Cisneros

Cindy Cisneros is a Creativity Coach, Creativity Counselor and Artist. She has researched and  written about the relationship between Creativity and Health. She has worked for health leaders  like Sheppard Pratt and Johns Hopkins, developing her own philosophy on creativity and  wellness. Cindy currently owns her own company, Creatively, LLC, helping Creative People  understand their strengths and needs, to live well. Cindy also features Creative People in her  artwork. 

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

Creativity Coaching and Creativity Counseling are designed to support your Creative Strengths,  built upon  a thorough understanding of your Creative Mind. As a Creativity Coach and  Creativity Counselor, I intimately know the challenges Creative People face, along with the  incredible strengths you were born with. I know you have everything inside you that you need  to find the peace and fulfillment you seek. Your dreams are closer than you realize! Creativity  Counseling and Creativity Coaching give you the knowledge and skills you need to be  empowered by your Creative Personality.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

I grew up with many rules and expectations that smothered my authenticity and left me feeling  profoundly unhappy. I was never seen as the creative person I was! Later, in Graduate School, I  wrote a thesis on the relationship between mental health and creativity. I was awakened  through research to commonalities creative personalities shared: their strength, power, need to  make meaning and live authentically. I found the more creative people were, the more they  needed to create to be well. Living authentically with a regular practice of creativity became  foundational to my work!  

Camilla Fellas Arnold

Camilla Fellas Arnold is a creativity and writing coach, podcast host for Creative Power, CEO of Tecassia Publishing and international bestselling author. She holds a BA (Hons) in Design for Publishing, MA in Communication Design and is an ILM Level 7 Executive Coach who helps people unlock their gifts and find their creative flow. Camilla helps creators build their business, achieve their creative potential and write solo and multi-author books.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I support creatives and leaders of creatives in developing their creative practice and help them build creative businesses. My coaching draws upon my extensive knowledge and multidisciplinary experience in the creative industries giving me a comprehensive understanding of the emotional journey and practical obstacles and challenges that creatives face. 

Combining this with my passion and desire to see the creative industries thrive under a new paradigm that puts the creator first, I bring subconscious tools to my coaching to support people beyond simply conscious coaching to create real movement against resistance no matter how deep-rooted it is in their subconscious.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing that has contributed to my success as a coach is the development of my own theoretical underpinning for my coaching which sets a focus on bringing joy, alignment, mindset and awareness to the coachee and their creative goals. 

Creativity can be quite a wounded space so my theoretical model seeks to turn this on its head bringing joy into the space. I do this by employing coaching skills and creative exercises I have developed to hit these four pillars which help coachees create a balanced, harmonious and joyous relationship with their creativity.

Esther Loopstra

Esther Loopstra is a professional artist, speaker, and creative coach. She is sought after for her expertise in the psychology of flow, intuition, and creativity. She’s been featured on the Adobe blog and given talks at Creative Mornings, Seattle University, Bend Design Conference, and more. Her art has been shown in galleries and used for print ads, editorials, books, stationery products, and textiles. Esther has a BFA from Minneapolis College of Art and Design and has taught at Kent State University and Cornish College of the Arts for over 10 years.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

As an intuitive, trauma-informed coach, I work with each person holistically, beginning with whatever stage they are in their journey. We work together to get to the core of their desires and also the beliefs that have held them back. We also connect them deeply to their own inner knowing. I use proven techniques based in neuroscience to help them then begin to rewire their mind for success and step into their self-worth in practical ways. This process is highly individual and could look a combination of somatic, inner child work, cognitive exercises, and setting boundaries or goals.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing that has enabled me to help others has been being able to connect to my own inner knowing or intuition. Knowing that we have the capacity to tap into a wealth of knowledge for ourself that can contribute to each individual’s healing and growth is unbelievably powerful. Having access to tools like planning, trauma informed practices, creative resources are all helpful but secondary to our own inner knowing.

Larissa Russell

Larissa Russell, the Founder of Creative U Healing is an International Best Selling Author, Speaker, Artist, Coach, and Healer. Larissa believes you can draw, write, create, meditate, and work through your spiritual being to heal yourself?  Larissa also hosts the ‘Creative Soul Healing Podcast’ where she has amazing conversations with creatives and healers. Larissa is blessed to work with women who are ready to make change in their lives.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I support women in their exploration of past traumas, how those traumas show up in life and how to actively change those stories that have been ingrained. I use creativity which includes writing, painting, and other creative modalities to help unlock the energies that we hold on to. This allows them to grow and move into their most authentic lives with increased happiness, newfound passions, and strengths.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

I provide a safe place for women to explore the traumas that have influenced where they are in their lives now and the tools to change their narratives to allow them to live fully present, authentic, and purposeful lives. Our programs include guided meditation, journaling, intuitive creativity, and more to deep dive into what holds them back from living their best lives.

Anna Winthrop

Anna Winthrop has spent a lifetime in the performing arts with a career that has spanned dance, theatre, music, TV and film.  She has taught at New York University for ten years and has been helping artists and creatives unlock their true potential for over fifteen years. She is a founding member of the BIC Foundation’s Creativity Community of Practice, a group of international experts in the field of creativity.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I take a holistic approach that appreciates the interplay between well-being, habits of mind, and practical and career-oriented shifts that may need to occur for creative work to flourish.  I go beyond my vast experience with my own creative work, and that of my students and clients and draw from the latest creativity research.  Through my Creativity Community of Practice, I have access to an international community of experts in the field of creativity who come together to share their knowledge and best practices. 

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing is my ability to personalize my coaching to the specific needs of the client. Every person and situation is highly unique, and creatives often need support in different ways and respond to different methods. I am both adaptive and flexible in my work, just as we need to be in the creative process!

Camille Aragon

Camille Aragon is a Filipina-American Personal Development Coach, Educator, and Performing Artist based in Los Angeles, CA. As a coach, Camille specializes in working with multi-passionate creatives to hone and express their unique gifts and talents. As an artist, Camille works as an actor, performs standup comedy, and produces live variety shows with her company New Narrative Productions. Prior to pursuing entrepreneurship and a career in entertainment, Camille earned a Master’s degree in education from Harvard, and BA in psychology from UCLA, and served as a United States Peace Corps volunteer. 

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I support creatives to go from feeling creatively stuck to creatively fulfilled in customized and individually tailored bespoke coaching programs. My coaching is based on psychology, yoga, and energy healing to support, guide, and inspire creative geniuses in unlocking their full creative potential. This helps them overcome their creative blocks and self limiting beliefs to create and refine the overall masterpiece of their envisioned dream life.  

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing that has contributed to my success as a coach is the framework of energy, creativity, and healing that I guide my clients through. This teaches clients to be self sufficient in their own ongoing process of overcoming paradigms and mindsets that may block them from realizing and accessing their creative potential. 

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Greg Frisbee

Greg Frisbee is a speaker and creativity coach who specializes in thinking beyond the box. Greg has been performing all around the globe for over 20 years, bringing his unique brand of comedy, juggling, magic, along with a variety of talents with him. Greg developed Sheep Theory: Think Outside the Flocks to foster and encourage creativity and innovative problem solving, as well as to aid individuals in overcoming adversity.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

When it comes to overcoming obstacles, creativity is one of the most valuable tools you can have in your arsenal. I help individuals and leaders look at challenges they are facing from a different perspective and show them how to access and apply creativity to find solutions. By putting that newfound perspective and knowledge into action, they will have the added creative confidence needed to be more successful.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The most important thing I believe that contributes to my success as a speaker and coach is the development of my Sheep Theory – creativity toolbox. This toolbox is a series of exercises and questions that have been built and compiled through my 25 years of experience working in the creative field and in seeking creative solutions to overcome challenges and change mindsets.

Zinzi Samuels

Zinzi Samuels is an international multi-hyphenate Creative through her works in Architecture, Advertising & Video Production and more. She amplifies young creative minds through her  Naked Creative Project, Coaching Initiative. There she mentors young Creatives on how to defy their comfort zone and harness personal values, passion, and skills. Sessions are tailored to the Creative brain with visual and performative techniques to get Creatives that much closer to their creative genius. 

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

“I am your biggest cheerleader” is my mantra, so my coaching involves a lot of  visual language and a super-charged personality to every session. This makes every session feel like a cross between a workshop and a jam session. This allows students to drop their guard and be more participatory physically and mentally. It also allows them to leave feeling more of the giant they have repressed. It is this tug on their deeper senses that makes the difference. It is coaching on crafting a vital topic in a way that they can even laugh at themselves. This builds morale and makes each student feel seen. 

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

My success as a coach is owed to identifying and developing character development specific content and making it the north star of Naked Creative Projects’ knowledge hub. My training involves fleshing out the white spaces in between what distinguishes the ordinary to the extraordinary student. Soft skills  such as How to Elevator Pitch Anything, How to deal with criticism on your work, How to build out a Creative Assignment. All aptitudes that are overlooked but goes a long way in student confidence and consistency. And it is through this that they uncover a new realm of their creative genius. Often causing referrals and evident new zest towards their work by peers and family. 

Kate Longmaid

Kate Longmaid is a doctoral-level psychologist, certified creativity coach, and visual artist, who has developed a niche in creativity. She obtained a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Virginia in 1994 and her Creativity Coaching Certification in 2011. Kate is an accomplished visual artist, having been

featured in the National Museum of Women in the Arts’ biennial exhibition series Women to Watch in Washington, D.C.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

As a doctoral-level psychologist, certified creativity coach, and artist, I bring a unique blend of skills and over 25 years’ experience to helping individuals cultivate their creativity and develop more vibrant and fulfilling lives. Through deep listening and active questioning, I help clients overcome fear and other practical, psychological, and existential obstacles they encounter in the creative process.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The integration of my experience as a psychologist, creativity coach, and artist has contributed to my success as a coach. As a psychologist, I bring a depth of knowledge and awareness of psychological factors that can interfere with our creativity and block us from realizing our creative dreams. As a creativity coach, I’ve had the pleasure of working with a wide range of clients in different creative disciplines. As a working artist, I have a deep appreciation for the challenges we all encounter in the creative process.

Eric Maisel

Eric Maisel is the author of 50+ books and maintains an active worldwide creativity coaching practice. His blog “Rethinking Mental Health” on Psychology Today has 3,000,000+ views, his books for creatives include Fearless Creating, Coaching the Artist Within, The Van Gogh Blues, Mastering Creative Anxiety, and Creative Recovery, his books in the mental health lane include Rethinking Depression, Humane Helping, and The Future of Mental Health, and he is the lead editor on the Ethics International Press Critical Psychology and Critical Psychiatry series. You can visit Dr. Maisel at ericmaisel.com and contact him at [email protected]

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

Because of my twenty years’ experience training creativity coaches, because of interacting with creative and performing artists at my worldwide workshops and at the conferences where I regularly present, and because of my long experience of an author of more than fifty books, I have a deep understanding of the challenges that creatives face—personality issues, work-related issues, and career-related issues—and what can be done to meet those challenges.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

As a working writer who regularly completes projects and gets them into the marketplace, I have a deep understanding of the realities of the creative process, including the challenges associated with getting started, with working regularly over time, with completing projects, and with successfully meeting the marketplace. I understand what’s going on—and what can help.

Cat Hase

Cat Hase is a Creativity Coach who loves nothing more than the question “have you got any ideas for……?” Imagination, play and fun are what drives Cat’s work; both how she works with people and in the outputs that are created. She is the founder of Imagine If Limited, which specializes in designing fun and meaningful learning experiences leading to greater aha moments for participants and facilitators being asked back to deliver more!

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I work with facilitators, trainers and coaches to help them design workshops, courses and learning materials that are full of fun, play and creativity. My coaching is a blend of partnering, team mate, idea bringer, knowledge sharer, structure former and confidence booster to enable my clients to design a workshop they feel confident and excited to deliver. This helps them have the greatest impact with participants who are eager to learn more and make changes as a result.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing is my ability to blend creativity and ideas with structure and practical how to’s. It means I can bridge the gap for my clients who are often stronger in one area than the other and allows us to go from blank page to structured workshop quicker than could be done alone.

Pascale Côté

Pascale is a creative wellness and self-trust coach for artists, creatives and visionaries. She guides her clients to untangle the knots on the creative path, so they can bring their meaningful work to life. She treasures supporting them in learning how to navigate the creative process within and without— softening their inner critic to find your flow and adding gentle structure to find their focus. 

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

As a creative myself, I experience firsthand the profound contrast between the healing power of art and the paralyzing anxieties it can trigger as we allow ourselves to dream, create and share our creative work. That’s why my approach is centered around facilitating self-discovery, encouraging playful curiosity and fostering radical self-compassion. I blend coaching with energy work and therapeutic art to explore the many parts of ourselves.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing that has contributed to my success as a coach is focusing on providing a coaching experience that truly fosters deep transformation. I believe that becoming better at my craft, refining my skills and making sure I infuse creativity, curiosity and playfulness into my approach has created beautiful success stories for both my clients and myself.

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Cara Pifko

Cara Pifko is an award winning leading actress and a Coaching Institute Certified Master Life Coach. 

She is currently (for the last 6 years) on the Coaching Institute team, facilitating Life Coach certification. 

Currently working with GreatBigVoices, also collaborating with PHD Professor Steven Atkins and previously with USC’s Emerge Media, she trains and coaches actors of all ages and skill levels worldwide. (62)

Her signature program RestartYourArt is a thriving FaceBook community. 

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

My private practice distills and delivers over 35 years of working with masters of creativity to my clients.

Because of my performance background, cast by Steven Spielberg and numerous studios, (See IMDB) I have developed intuitive communication skills that have transferred to my coaching client relationships. I use techniques and tools that bridge the performance and personal development worlds. 

My holistic approach awakens and nurtures clients’ creative side to bring out their sense of freedom, spirituality, find their unique/authentic voice, get unstuck, better communicate in their relationships, their art, online content and business presentations. 

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

Learning how to help us all evolve through Creative acts.

I came into this world with a spirit of one who listens on many levels, leads with open hearted curiosity, learning without judgment from everyone’s successes and their “mistakes”. The desire to learn became an obsession with the human experience that grew into a career as an actress and then a Creativity Coach.

Each client, each radical act of creativity, is an opportunity to help us all evolve. Ubuntu. 

Vanessa Turner

Vanessa is a professionally trained Artist Coach & Strategist. Vanessa works with visual artists to help them achieve greater creative and financial fulfillment by developing productive studio practices and attracting aligned collectors online. It is Vanessa’s mission to help artists build the creative lives they envision and dispel the “starving artist myth” forever. Vanessa knows that it is possible to make the art you want, live the creative life you want and find success in your passion!

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

Most art business coaches don’t understand the realities of making art everyday. If you want to work with a coach who understands what it means to be an ARTIST and BUSINESS OWNER then you’re in the right place. As a professional artist, Vanessa has become intimately familiar with the challenges that artists face in marketing and sales. Vanessa’s coaching is based upon the value of one’s artistic identity and how artists can leverage their identity to distinguish themselves within the art industry.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

Vanessa’s best known for her structured yet wholehearted approach which has allowed for artists to create and thrive with confidence.

Vanessa’s framework is especially designed for the working artists who feel like time is scarce.  Time no longer needs to feel like your enemy. Vanessa specializes in capacity building and authentic marketing which together will skyrocket your heart and business.

As your mentor she’ll listen, support and encourage you. As your strategic partner she’ll help you to develop the tools and step by step strategies to move forward. And as your cheerleader she’ll push you to achieve what you’re capable of, even when you can’t see it yourself.

Adebankemo Oduguwa

Dr. Oduguwa Adebankemo is a trained Veterinarian, an experienced Purpose and Creativity coach, and an Author. Showcasing great class and creativity, she features in creativity classes and events with color. She has been awarded on Udemy as one of the best Creative coders after her course. She is the CEO of Omnipurpose, which focuses on seeing people and processes grow–no matter what. She is a go-getter, a believer in possibilities, a knowledge enthusiast, a good listener, and an ever-ready helping hand! 

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I ensure that the participants not only get the coaching benefits but also medical implementation for their process. It also boosts their readiness to enjoy physical and mental companionship as they journey to their unlimited world of creativity. Besides, I focus on working from start through to the finish. 

Also, a year-to-year schedule allows me to effectively support about 20 major institutions. To avoid complacency and frustration during the coaching adventure, I ensure that the targeted populations are robustly engaged with necessary offline and online classes. This, over the years, has earned great feedback from clients and participants!

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing would be PASSION–for people’s talents, potentials, and the zeal to see people achieve their purpose in life. This is because as a young, multi-talented girl, I got to crossroads that broke me. I was frustrated about how to understand, categorize, or navigate through life despite my many prospering capabilities. After getting my life back on track and understanding my passions, pleasures, profession, and potencies, I now coach others with that knowledge. As a seasoned speaker–who has spoken at several events and platforms, with fantastic records of impact–My unrelenting zeal aptly captures and addresses issues about life, lifestyles, and people. 

Behnaz Beigui

Behnaz Beigui is a Toronto based Holistic Visual Artist and Creativity Coach guiding people on their healing journey through creativity and the arts. Over the years, she has
used creative and holistic ways to support her clients overcome mental blocks and core negative beliefs that would hinder their growth, health, and creative self expression.

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She has seen the incredible power of the arts in supporting the overall functions of the human body. Improvements in autoimmune illness, chronic fatigue syndrome, and autonomic system function are a few significant areas that she has successfully witnessed her clients break through, following their coaching sessions.

What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I approach my coaching from a holistic and compassionate view. By working with my client’s unique mental and psychological blueprint, I engage them to think outside the box and define what creativity actually means to them. I help them get to know their inner critic and align with their unique creative vision. My coaching sessions are a space for self mastery, as I support my clients to let go of self doubt through practical and integrative tools that challenge their core blocks. Throughout this process, they get to see the powerful ripple effects of incorporating creativity in their lives from a holistic and therapeutic lens.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

Tapping into compassion is the single most important thing in the creative process. In my practice as a coach, I move beyond any fixation on perfection and instead focus on integration. I leave a lot of space for trial and error. This matters the most to me and my clients, even if there’s a certain anxiety about achieving excellence. This is what allows for courage and creativity to thrive, and through that my clients almost always gain immense self mastery and confidence to move forward and break through.

Molly McLeod

Molly McLeod is an artist, creativity coach, and the author of The Daily Project Deck: Build and Easy and Fun Creative Habit. Her projects include board games, documentaries, adult summer camps, and public art installations. She’s a sought-out keynote speaker and often gives talks and workshops around how to develop a creative habit and how art can help you live a meaningful life.

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

I support creative people to make work that’s important to them, achieve their goals, and share their gifts with the world. I also work with people who may not consider themselves “artists,” but are interested in calling in more creativity in their lives.

My coaching model is rooted in ontology, the study of being. We look at what it truly is to be human: The values we live by, the heroic journey we are each here to take, and, ultimately, the gift to others we want to be known for.

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

I’ve been trained by the Academy for Coaching Excellence, a truly transformative coaching school, and the principles and tools I’ve learned have changed my life. My experience as a working artist, designer, photographer, and writer have also helped me empathize with the unique challenges, struggles, and joys that are part of being a creative. My approach is about guiding people using their own wisdom, not mine, but the insights I’ve gained on my own journey help inform the process. 

Perry Rath

Award-winning artist and educator Perry Rath has facilitated creative experiences for many people of all ages and all kinds of backgrounds (artistic or self-proclaimed ‘non-artists’) for 30 years. Founder of the Creativity Peaks program, Perry has presented at international art education symposiums and received abundant recognition for his work and innovative programs. He has been interviewed on radio, published in journals, books, and exhibits his own art around the world.  .

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What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

My methods focus on building a client’s creative confidence by providing a supportive, diverse, accepting, exploratory environment to provide a platform for them to trust their own creative urges and intuitive development. It is focused on relationship-building, breaking down barriers of fear and inadequacy to boost your empowerment and abilities to tap into your inner wellspring of creativity and apply it to everything you do. With my gentle encouraging style and vast array of experience and ideas, I simply help my students connect with and uncover what is already inside of them as a birthright – their original impulse to create. 

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

Being able to build relationships and experience with so many people, to truly touch the humanity in us all and understand the uniqueness and yet similar patterns we get into with regards to how we listen to our inner voices and trust (or get in the way of) our own hidden creative power. With my own artistic practice and having guided many others through it has provided me insights to apply to everyone new I work with. Ultimately, surrendering to our heart is key. Plus, my mindset is that I am always in learning mode from others’ accumulated wisdom too.  

Kirsten Clarkson

Kirsten Clarkson is a Mindset & Success Coach for high profile award-winning lead actors. Her systems: The Creativity Sessions & The Actors Success Path have helped actors beat incredible odds to find success in the highly competitive world of film and tv acting. Her clients have been leads on Disney, Nickelodeon, Hulu, ABC, CBC, and twice the lead in the # 1 show in the world on Netflix.

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She works closely with Visualization coach, Donna Marie Manning to help actors see and create the future they want. 

What do you do differently or how is your coaching different from others?

The thing I do differently than other acting coaches is implement the very system actors use to learn to act to learn to become the “character” to become successful. They learn this system deeply and it not only leads to acting success but also to becoming deeply accomplished in the craft of acting. 

What according to you has been the single most important thing that has contributed to your success as a coach?

The single most important thing that’s contributed to my success as a coach is using The Creativity Sessions coaching system on myself. I created confidence in myself to move my business online, become a high profile coach and live on a farm on the Sunshine Coast far from the glamour of the world of film and tv. 

Elise V Allan

I’m an accredited Creativity Coach with the Creativity Coaching Association (CCA) since 2018, having previously completed Coaching Essentials, a basic introduction to Coaching for Transformation. A practicing artist who graduated from Glasgow School of Art, I’ve had a commitment to exploring personal development for most of my life; training as a creativity coach in 2016 seemed like the ideal way to combine my passions.

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Bobby Apperson

With over 30 years as a musician, I’m utilized by singers, singer-songwriters, producers, writers, actors, and players across LA and now in San Francisco. Lessons are virtual, or in your home (San Francisco), and I’m often in SoCal for in-person, fully-vaccinated sessions.

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Sandy Nelson

Sandy Nelson is an artist, certified creativity and life purpose coach, author, speaker and inspirational writer and maintains a coaching practice in the Minneapolis area where she works with clients worldwide. She’s been called Play Wizard because of her use of play as part of the creative process, in workshops, courses and webinars.

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“I believe that creativity is the essential element defining human character, linking soul to spirit,” says Sandy. “Exploring the relationship between art and the artist is a grand adventure.

Cat Hase

As a kid you were always learning, though you may not have realised it! Whether you were climbing a tree, doing a painting, or pretending to be on a horse (when you were really riding a bike); you were learning. Imagine if learning could still be this much fun when you grow up? I believe it can be. That’s what Imagine If is all about; making learning fun and creating spaces for you to think differently.

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Katja Hunter

I’m a kaizen-muse creativity coach, pivoting into Squarespace website design. Being a multi-passionate creative, my favorite thing is to help other creatives make sense of their creative work and ideas, and develop websites that reflect that simply and sustainably.

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Robert Martin

As a poet, photographer, and filmmaker, among other things, I have confronted many a blank page — and in the process learned to befriend it. I have learned to leap, tuck and curl, to wildly plunge into the unknown, time and time again. I believe you can do the same. Practice makes perfect.

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Apeksha Gupta

As I struggled through my challenges, I discovered a number of actions you can take to nurture and increase your creative confidence. In my ten years at the forefront of the creative industry, I have seen creative professionals often struggle with similar creative blocks that lead to low productivity, fear of sharing ideas, impostor syndrome, and more.

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Therefore, it is necessary to connect with your deepest sources of inspiration, overcome stubborn creative blocks, find your inner voice, deal with your inner critic, and establish effective work habits so you can tackle your goals.

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Laura Quilligan

I’m wondering if you have ever found yourself staring at your paper or canvas and felt blank, unfocused, and fearful of making a mistake, or a sense of wasting your time.
You want to start your art project but something is holding you back. After a period of time of not starting your project, or not liking what you made, you quit.

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Julia Roberts

Maybe you can relate to my story. I’ve been called “creative” all my life. And I knew it was true, but I never knew precisely how it was true.I’ve spent over 3,000 hours in corporate conference rooms, eating M&Ms and pizza, and brainstorming ideas for clients.

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It seemed like my best creative asset was just spewing ideas – from my clear blue mind – great ideas, crazy ideas, original and laughable ones. But, was this really all my creativity was good for? I liked my clients – Nickelodeon, Warner Bros., HBO, Burger King, Kraft Food, Motown – but I knew I wanted to write my own stuff.

Karen Cowles

New, visionary ideas and new technologies excite me, as do efforts to promote human potential and evolution. I see tremendous value in helping teachers find their passions in what they teach, so that they then inspire that interest and passion in their students. As a coach, I am naturally affirming and have a talent for seeing the big picture while honing in on the essence, and gently challenging my clients’ underlying assumptions and beliefs.

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Conclusion

There you have it, you’ve just read about the industry’s top Creativity coaches.

What has been your biggest takeaway from this?

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