With a focus on young adults with special needs, this volume asks vital
questions about the journey and development of every individual making
the transition from adolescence to adulthood. Through independent
research supported by the Camphill Soltane
Youth Guidance seminar, the authors of these articles make an important
contribution toward understanding key developmental milestones in the
life of the young individual. In many respects, this book can serve as a
"textbook" contribution for educators, students of anthroposophy,
curative educators, social therapists, or parents that can illuminate a
fundamental approach to healing. This is a healing that belongs to the
Camphill way of life.
This book is fresh of the press, and we are sure you will enjoy its content. Some of the contributors include: Cornelius Pietzner, Elizabeth Amlen, Rev. Gregg C. Brewer, Carlo Pietzner, Gregg Davis, Rev. Julian Sleigh and Clemens Pietzner.