PETiTathon2015!: Day One
WELCOME TO DAY ONE OF A THREE DAY PETiTathon2015!
The Planned Environment Therapy Trust is about to enter its 50th anniversary year:
In 2016 P.E.T.T. turns 50!
The first item for PETiTathon2015! is therefore, suitably, a personal history of herself and the Trust by the Trust's Founder, Marjorie Franklin. It was written in 1971 and has never before been published.
As you read it we hope you will recognise how fresh and significant her narrative is; how remarkable a person Marjorie Franklin was; and how the continuities of care, concern, community, and the power of communication which were central to her calling remain core to the Planned Environment Therapy Trust today.
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The material presented today has been selected, prepared, and uploaded as part of
Our quick and concise fundraising appeal
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1. 'Planned Environment Therapy Trust: its origins and "those others" and about learning from success'. By Marjorie Franklin. (1971)
- People who made the Archive and Study Centre: Companies: Mark Vine and Conservation Resources
- Through others' eyes (2002): "a very real anchor in a rather anarchic field"
- Through others' eyes (2010): "You offer a wonderful service"
- Through others' eyes (2017): "successful, stimulating and challenging"
- Through others' eyes (2018): "an international innovator within the worlds of oral history and planned and therapeutic communities."