No, but there's wysiwyg type programs like artisteer (not free, but cheap anyway) and Adobe's Muse (probably still in beta). Muse has a steep learning curve and is kinda confusing for coders. Also, the code either produces is a bit.. well, lets just say it's far from SEO friendly. I'm sure you guys (or gals) probably had to edit your code a bit anyway for search reasons.
If you're still having issues, try a local student. I offer psd to css type services to local only stores in exchange for a reference and $10-$30 per page (often in-store type credit or services) I'm sure other 3rd year jr devs offer similar services in your area.