Welcome to Kaleidoscope Therapy
Kaleidoscope Therapy is a non-intrusive, therapeutic programme to help support good mental health in children and young people in schools, home or the workplace. Using colour, light, sound and natural aroma, Kaleidoscope Therapy helps people build their self-esteem and confidence. This can lead to effective personal growth which can aid learning and improve productivity.
Training is available for school and college staff in primary or secondary education. Kaleidoscope Therapy training is also available for parents who have a positive attitude towards mental health and a genuine love of children and young people.
Find lots more information across this website but you can also read this Guardian article about Kaleidoscope’s therapeutic programme being used within education at Water Hall Combined School – Bletchley
A brief overview of the Kaleidoscope Therapy Training Courses available for you are listed below.
If you need to restock or purchase new Kaleidoscope Therapy materials or downloads, please visit our online store here.
And for our very latest news, please click here.
Kaleidoscope Therapy: Established 2002
Kaleidoscope Therapy was developed as a result of Anne Kaye’s own professional experience and qualifications over a decade ago.
This experience includes theatre and drama in education, teaching children across all phases of education, counselling skills and being a hospital teacher.
Kaleidoscope Therapy’s Founder and Director has been a Headteacher of 4 Primary schools and was judged an Outstanding Head by ‘Ofsted’ in May 2013. She has also been an Accredited School Improvement Partner, Senior Education Officer and is, most importantly, a mother.
Alongside these experiences, Anne is a fully qualified Colour Therapist and has training in Human Givens Psychotherapy; Margot Sunderland’s Children’s Mental Health theories; Dr Steven Peters’ Chimp Paradox and also Louise Bomber’s Attachment in the Classroom.
Learn more about the Kaleidoscope Therapy team here
I am pleased to announce the launch of our new Kaleidoscope Therapy website. The www.kaleidoscopetherapy.co.uk site is for teachers or parents to help them discover what Kaleidoscope Colour Therapy is and how it could help build and support the mental health of the children in their care.
The new site provides details of the Kaleidoscope Therapy 7-step programme that has been used to great effect in primary and secondary schools across England since 2002. Kaleidoscope Therapy’s new home on the web also provides a hub where you can learn more about this therapeutic approach that I created nearly two decades ago.
In addition to the forthcoming Kaleidoscope store, you’ll be able to use the website to find out how to become a fully-licensed Kaleidoscope Therapy Practitioner by using colour, light, sound and natural aroma to support the good mental health of children and young people today.
My last Kaleidoscope Colour Therapy website was built in 2004. Now, 14 years later!……. it’s not only Psychologists and Health Care Professionals plus a few mavericks like me, banging the drum for children’s mental health to be addressed in our schools but at last, children’s mental health is high on the agenda of educationalists and government officials (not to mention the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry too!).
My thanks goes to the team of people who all work alongside me – they are wonderful support as we all look to help grow Kaleidoscope Therapy so we can hep affect even more children and young people’s lives positively. Kaleidoscope Therapy is for ALL children 🙂
I’d also like to thank my Web Designer for his creativity, insight and integrity into what Kaleidoscope Colour Therapy is all about. Now more than ever before we have backing from the government to make children’s mental health a curriculum priority that underpins attainment and achievement in our schools. We are the difference that makes the difference!