A Quiet Place provides evidence based, personal development programmes, supporting the achievement of unique outcomes for all ages and abilities, focusing on future aspirations and dreams, whilst drawing upon a completely holistic approach.
This report was commissioned by Penny Moon of A Quiet Place (AQP) to evaluate the newly developed Theta Group as a further dimension of an existing provision within a primary school in South Liverpool from September 2014 to September 2015.
The founder, Penny Moon, described the function of A Quiet Place as follows:
A Quiet Place was designed to support children and families by the provision of a room within the school or community which provides not only holistic therapeutic support, but also an environment specifically designed to generate feelings of calm and well-being. It is a welcoming, relaxing space, which communicates clearly its ‘different-ness’ and suggests possibilities of expansiveness and change.
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