Anne Kaye created Kaleidoscope Colour Therapy in 2002. Today, trained practitioners are working in 30+ schools with a whole range of children and parents.
Children who have difficulty in their social, emotional and behavioural development are all too likely to under-achieve in their academic learning, leading to a cycle of failure and diminishing confidence.
Kaleidoscope Colour Therapy’s theory-based, practical approach helps children, including those who are timid or lacking in self-confidence, out of this downward spiral and offers them a clear path into independent thinking, coupled with a renewal of enthusiasm for learning.
We believe ALL children can benefit from experiencing Kaleidoscope Therapy, both to maintain confidence and as a preventative, early intervention programme safeguarding against possible low self- esteem.