Be a little careful; "CFP" is a designation purchased from a private company after the buyer has completed some educational requirements and passed a test. It is not necessarily a bad thing; probably it is a good thing, but it has no legal standing. The guy that runs the business (a nonprofit) makes $1M per year, so clearly has a conflict of interest between the quality of the certificate holders and the quantity of money the company rakes in.
The word you want is "fiduciary." This word has legal teeth and (at least theoretically) ensures that the person is working in your best interest and not his/her own. The CFP designation does not, on its own, guarantee that.
Edit: You might try interviewing some FAs from a https://www.napfa.org/
list. I also have a favorable impression of the FAs that have qualified to sell Dimensiional funds (https://www.dimensional.com/
). The DFA advisors are generally AUM guys, but some (maybe many) are willing to do a one-time consultation for a fee.