Re: Garden and Art Therapy
What about Camphill Village in Kimberton, PA? They're a Rudolf Steiner
group that works with retarded adults in group homes on the premises.
Dorene--do I have my facts right, and can you give us an address?
I'm also assuming the Omega Institute near Rhineback, NY is still in
business, though I've not seen their catalogs lately--although not exactly
what you're asking, they probably have good suggestions.
> My name is Guy Mendilow. I am a recent Environmental Studies graduate
>of Oberlin College in OH, and currently work as a music therapist for
>the Lucy Idol Center for the Handicapped in Vermillion OH. I am
>interested in places that combine expressive arts therapy and organic
>gardening (especially permaculture or other sustainable methods) as
>therapy for youth. One example of such a place is Gould Farm in the
>Berkshires. I am wondering whether you might be able to send me the
>names and contacts of other places like this. I am especially interested
>in any such communities/programs in the Boston MA, Boulder CO, Vermont
>and Northern California/Oregon/Washington areas. Any help you could give
>would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much!
>community_garden maillist - firstname.lastname@example.org
community_garden maillist - email@example.com