What is Camphill California’s Social Therapy Program?
Camphill California is one of several Camphill Communities in North America that provides year-long program in Social Therapy. Our four-year program provides Camphill California co-workers with the practical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual insights necessary for living and working with developmentally disabled adults. This vocational program consists of work practium, home life practicum, weekly academic courses, weekly artistic courses, personal tutoring, and more.
What is Social Therapy?
At its heart is the concept that a healthy social environment is essential for adults with developmental disabilities to live productive, independent, and joyful lives. At Camphill California, artistic partnerships, shared work and collective responsibilities inspire adults with developmental disabilities to learn about themselves and the world around them.
What will I learn in the Social Therapy Program?
Throughout the year, students will complete courses around a variety of themes including: journaling, biography, philosophy, music, human development, the art of homemaking, and painting to name a few. All social therapy courses inspire students to recognize the spiritual, social and physical conditions necessary for building healthy social relationships and a nurturing community life.
Camphill California’s Social Therapy Program is affiliated with the Camphill Academy. To find out more about the Camphill Academy go to camphill.edu.