S3 E5 : Dream Warriors, Public Speaking & Carl Jung

15th November 2018

Rachel Roberts is a Professor of Viola at London Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Rachel shares how narrative coaching and music has helped her to overcome very challenging periods of her life, which is why she is so passionate about Dream Warriors Academy, her social enterprise she started in early 2018. Dream Warriors aims to empower young disadvantaged people through the arts. Rachel draws on the work of psychoanalyst, Carl Jung to better inform her coaching work and understanding of human psychology.

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