I'm Consie Sindet, a Creativity Coach and teacher whose mission it is to help you use the creativity that lives inside all of us to find freedom, playfulness and joy in your life.

I have a firm belief that we should always be learning, growing, trying, failing and embracing the process through it all. I am an optimist and strive to find the silver lining in everything. It is not easy but it is possible. I lose perspective sometimes, but I use my creative outlets to help me bring it back.

As a coach and teacher, I will show you how to use the creativity that lives inside all of us so you can find your own silver lining, believe in it and stay present with it. I will help you find freedom, playfulness and joy by slapping down some paint, gluing magazine pages all over a piece of paper, adding some doodling and marks, finding a quote that screams…This is how I feel today!…and calling it good enough. And through that process, find out who you are again.

What my clients are saying:
“My mind gets so many ideas going, I freak out! Working with Consie has helped me to slow the spinning, helped me to stay focused and breathe. It is so rewarding because she makes everyone feel like a real artist, and when I’m working with her the process is so fulfilling. I accomplish something beautiful, I let go of the spinning, and feel focused and calm. Working with her personally, she a voice I know I can talk to and hear what I need at any moment. She’s amazing.” -Tracy C.

So here’s what I want you to know:

  • That yes, you are creative.
  • That we all struggle, but persistence and baby steps work.
  • That I have faith in you that you will find that next step.
  • That trying something ..anything! …is better than sitting still.
  • That it is all a choice.

My goal is to get you to find moments of joy and positivity in your day so that all the chaos around you can be quieted for a little while. It will not go away but figuring out a better, calmer response to it is a start. If we can stay present enough to catch and recognize these moments, learn to celebrate them and capture them through creativity, I believe we can change our lives. Again, it might not be easy, but it is definitely possible!

What my clients are saying:
“You have to be open to exploring facets of yourself you’ve typically not been comfortable with and you need to accept yourself as a creative person. What prompted me to try this? I’m always looking for new experiences to try and a better way to be in the world. To be more mindful, to explore my feelings with curiosity rather than being reactive. I needed a bit of direction and it’s definitely helpful to have outside input with a different perspective.” -Monica R.

This is perfect for you if:

  • You don’t think you are creative (ps…yes, you are!)
  • You want to see yourself and the world through a joyful lens.
  • You need more fun and play in your life.
  • You are looking for that silver lining in the chaos.
  • You would love to find a way to take your foot off of the gas!

Are you ready to show up for yourself, find a sense of calm, play, explore, celebrate you? Then let’s chat! Schedule a free 20-minute curiosity call and we can explore if this is the path to find your way back to your creative self.

And if you are ready to jump right in… The coaching sessions are currently offered in pre-paid packages of 3 ($135) or 6 ($234) sessions and are held via Zoom. We can choose together how often you would like to meet (weekly, bi-weekly, monthly). Each session usually has a project for us to work on. Some projects will be ongoing while others might be completed during the session. What I ask from you is that you allow your curiosity time to explore and play! Contact me to get started!

What my clients are saying:
“After years of classes and workshops using other people’s techniques and copying other artist’s styles, I wanted to move forward creating my own vision. I am definitely now starting to create my own work. I have stopped being as critical of my own work as I used to be which gives me confidence to move forward and experiment. I try not to judge myself too harshly. Painting is much less stressful. This has been the best art expenditure I ever made. And, I have made quite a few!” -Joan S.