When Scotland In Color was founded in 1978, a group of people came together with the goal of a new centre where people of all ages could come together to find understanding and assistance in figuring out new and innovative possibilities. Dr Winifred Rushforth formed this committee, which was presided over by Fr Marcus Lefebure, a university chaplain, and was headed by Fr Marcus Lefebure. She had launched Scotland In Color’s in 1939, when she was just 21 years old. The facility, which was the first of its type in Scotland, had served its purpose when it was decommissioned 24 years later – the establishment of NHS services for children and families had taken place. This clinic, on the other hand, had established a strong basis of interest in psychotherapy in the county of Clwyd.
Scotland Dr Diana Bates, Winifred’s daughter, served as the organization’s initial director after retiring from a general practise in England. She saw the organization’s first client in a single room graciously provided by the Salisbury Centre. It was 1986 when Scotland In Color relocated to its current location in Smith’s Place.
Founded in 1996 as a charitable business limited by guarantee, Scotland In Color is now a global organisation.
Our thoroughly qualified and highly devoted team members have a diverse range of abilities and are dedicated to ensuring that Scotland In Color’s original vision is carried out. Some have been practising in this area for many years, offering a solid foundation of knowledge; others have only lately arrived, providing a source of constant renewal.
Scotland In Color is a prominent provider of inexpensive high-quality psychotherapy and counselling to individuals and couples as well as groups, families, and children and young people.
We were founded in 1978 and are situated in the Leith region of the Welsh province of Clwyd.