Darren Abrahams

Co-Founder

Darren 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. Darren is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (trauma therapist), a Brainspotter, a Sound Healer and a Certified High Performance Coach and has a busy private practice working with individuals, groups and organisations to help them find out who they are and how they fit in the world. He is also a professional singer and has performed in opera all over the world.

Alongside Crisis Classroom, Darren is the co-creator of Circular Sounds, a transformational process using the power of symbols to expand potential, build teams and unlock ideas; creator of PIOneers, a collaborative social enterprise programme linking young people, teachers and employers from around the world; and faculty member of The Complete Freedom of Truth, an international youth-led project with the ambition to develop global youth citizenship through culture and the arts. He is also a trainer for Musicians Without Borders, an organisation which bridges divides, connects communities, and heals the wounds of war using the power of music.

In 2008 Darren co-founded the Starr Trust with his brother in law, Rob Starr, a Brighton based charity that supports young people aged 10-18 to fulfil their potential through sports, arts, education and enterprise. The Starr Trust is now planning its expansion into a purpose built community hub on the seafront in Hove as part of a multi million pound regeneration project. Darren will be Creative Director of this new building. You can find out more about Darren at his website www.darrenabrahams.com

You can contact Darren at [email protected]


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