Quiet Room Designs was established by Helen Sanderson in 2005. She remains the only person in the UK offering this specialist service.
Helen Sanderson has a unique combination of skills and experience that makes her ideal for the creation of quiet and prayer rooms.
Among Quiet Room Design's clients are the NHS, The Guardian News and Media Ltd, The Ministry of Justice, South Tyneside College, and Marie Curie Cancer Care. Helen has also offered her services as a consultant, troubleshooting and problem solving for a range of companies. A recent project has involved collaboration with St. Ethelburga's, Employers Forum for Belief, and other city ministers, to produce "Recovering the Calm, A Best Practice Guide to Prayer Space" and co-writing and delivering the subsequent "Prayer Space Seminar".
Helen began her career as a widely exhibited professional artist with an honours degree in fine arts. Exploring the impact of colour and space, both in paintings and sculptural installations, she discovered an affinity to create emotive spaces. She later moved into the field of interior design developing themes through murals in children's nurseries, the design and construction of a popular café and several spectacular design displays in shop windows.
Positive, transformational effect - In parallel with this, Helen trained in integrative arts psychotherapy and in psychodrama, and later expanded her interest into the study of the world religions. Observing the positive, transformational effect that interior design had on her clients' lives, she realised that design is a powerful tool for meeting not only physical needs but emotional and spiritual ones as well. more...
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