These interviews and conversations give a glimpse into some of the people we have been working with at always possible, some of the brilliant organisations we have been championing and some of the latest thinking in leadership, creativity and learning.
In this podcast Richard Freeman has a conversation with Darren Abrahams about opera singing, trauma therapy, guerrilla education and building a leisure centre.
Darren Abrahams is a coach, therapist, trainer and edupreneur and is the creator of many programmes designed to expand the potential of individuals and groups. He works internationally as a facilitator and project leader in the fields of creativity, music and trauma, arts and community, social entrepreneurship and personal development. He is a qualified trauma therapist, a Certified High Performance Coach and a professional singer. He is co-founder of The Starr Trust a charity which supports young people to fulfil potential, and Crisis Classroom, a social enterprise which trains volunteer and professional teachers to work in crisis situations.
The team at always possible support entrepreneurs and creative leaders to build their businesses and make change in the world. You can read about our work with Starboard children’s theatre festival and our programmes to develop new thinking in education leadership at alwayspossible.co.uk/casestudies
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