Writing Coaching With Thea 

Most people struggle with writing.

I help heart-centered artists like you leap over your fears and find your authentic writing voice.

So you can make your dream of publishing a book or a blog, a reality.

Work with me if you want to discover a unique, joy-first, magic-first way to get words on the page.

A way I designed especially for artists like us.

Discover the excitement of becoming a writer


 get your book done. 

"The level of trust Thea engenders is off the charts.

She has helped me get confident and clear on what my highest aspirations are for my art and my writing. And on top of that, she's helped me be able to locate and run with strength and confidence along the exact path to get me there.

I’d never done coaching and didn’t what to expect.  But I quickly found out that coaching with Thea is about feeling completely supported to reach your greatest potential as an artist and a writer.

Coaching is not about the money for Thea, she's genuinely interested in your well-being.

Plus, she has this rare combination of qualities most people don’t possess including encyclopedic knowledge, big writing-teaching skills, intuition, a wide range of life experiences, a sense of humor, and a huge heart. You'll be happy you took a chance and signed on to work with her.”

Kristen DunkleburgKristen DunkleburgFine Artist

Wanna see if I have any openings or if I am the coach for you?

Simply reach out to me down below and I'll be in touch pronto.

No pushy, cringe-inducing life coach-y spiels. 

No being sucked into a slippery sales funnel.

No buying timeshares in Florida.

Just authentic answers to any questions you might have about writing a book or starting a blog or taking other kinds of big beautiful leaps in your life.  

"Life shrinks and expands in proportion to one's courage."

                                          -Anaïs Nin

A Little About Thea

Photo of Thea Fiore Bloom, Writing coach for heart centered artists

I try to help people access their own humor, wild creativity, and radical self-acceptance. When that happens I dance around my living room in my bare feet.

As far as where I have been in my own life...I’m a multi-award-winning journalist and the artist behind the Charmed Studio Blog & Podcast. I earned my PhD in Mythology from Pacifica Graduate Insitute, where I guest lecture. 

I've also led myth and symbol seminars across the globe with women like Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen and Louise Hay.

My doctoral thesis was on what we creatives can learn from the odd cherished objects on the desks of great artists and thinkers like Frida Kahlo, Georgia O'Keeffe, Carl Jung and Orhan Pamuk.

I've co-authored 6 traditionally published books. My first solo book will debut in 2025, god willing.

“Since I’ve been working with Thea, my writing has taken off. 

She’s the reason I went back to writing after I’d thought I was done with it for this season of my life. Thea reminded me of the potential my writing had to both pull me out of my struggles and to help me cope as I navigated through them.

My work with Thea has ushered in some of the most life-changing growth  I've ever experienced!

Her intuition is strong and she sees deep. When I fall victim to self-doubt or fear, she picks me up, brushes me off, and convinces me to come out of hiding and get back up front where I belong.

Be it a compliment or a challenge, Thea knows what I need to draw the best work out of me. She never forces her own opinions onto my work. When I’m drowning in overwhelm, she just asks questions, provides step-by-step writing solutions- or gives me assignments that will help me find my own solutions.

Thea never leaves me discouraged, or not knowing what I want to do next. Even when I’m worried about the amount of work I might have to do. She just comes alongside and coaches me through each step with the exact type, and amount, of guidance that I so desperately need.”

Breanna ChansonBreanna ChansonScreenwriter and Photographer

If you are still awake and want to more about me...

Check out some of my articles for magazines like Professional Artist, L.A. Parent, and Catser. Or take a peek at my guest blogs and commentary online on Artsy SharkProblogger, Skinny Artist, and FASO's FineArtViews

I have had the good fortune to be interviewed on NPR by Ira Glass and to have my assemblage art featured in national magazines.

Or Come ovah' here if you want to learn about my bizarre technique for creating art based on cabinets of curiosity from the 1600s. And thanks for spending some of your valuable time and energy with me on my blog.

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