Become a Creativity Coach Now!


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Your complete guide to creativity coaching, prepared by Eric Maisel, America’s foremost creativity coach.

In this comprehensive guide Dr. Eric Maisel, founder of the profession of creativity coaching and core trainer for the Creativity Coaching Association, explains the essentials of creativity coaching, including how to work with creative and performing artist clients and how to build a creativity coaching practice.

This essential guide contains more than 80 lessons. You learn how to develop your personal style as a creativity coach, how to identify specialties and niches, how to recruit first clients and attract paying clients, how to set goals with clients, and the differences between short-term creativity coaching and long-term creativity coaching.

You learn what to do during sessions and in between sessions, how to conduct in-person coaching, phone coaching, and email coaching, how to address the special coaching issues of writers, visual artists, and performers, and how to build and maintain a coaching practice.

This guide is essential reading for anyone thinking about becoming a creativity coach, wanting to learn more about coaching, hoping to add creativity coaching to their coaching or therapy practice, or interested in the issues and challenges of the creative life.


"Eric Maisel has made a career out of helping artists, musicians, dancers and writers cope with the traumas and troubles that are the price of admission to a creative life."

— Intuition Magazine

"Eric Maisel’s psychological approach sets his work apart from the many inspirational and how-to writers on the market today."

— Library Journal

"Eric Maisel has fused his empirical knowledge of the artistic life with true empathy and support for artists in each of the disciplines."

– New Age Journal

"Eric Maisel’s books should be required reading for anyone involved in the arts, especially students and their teachers. Maisel demystifies the process of creating art."

— Theatre Design and Technology Journal

"Eric Maisel is a meticulous guide who knows the psychological landscape that artists inhabit."

— The Writer Magazine

  • File Size: 521 KB
  • Print Length: 332 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Singingwood Press (September 30, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005RE87T0
  • ISBN: