This chapter introduces readers to the underlying principles and approaches associated with a holistic approach to well-being in educational and other social contexts. Originally a specialised 'within schools' programme of therapeutic support for pupils experiencing social, behavioural and/or emotional difficulties, the concept of A Quiet Place has been expanded to promote well-being more broadly in education and the local community. 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. Avoiding the 'deficit' model of psychotherapy, A Quiet Place has developed a system called 'Educational Therapeutics' which acknowledges and works with the educational aims of the organisation, and offers therapeutic support from an extensive skill base in an integrated manner.