The Curative Education and Social Therapy Council

The Curative Education and Social Therapy Council maintains relationships with and between centres for anthroposophical curative education and social therapy and their associations all over the world. The network covers more than 550 centres in 40 countries, 30 national associations and 60 training centres.

The Council makes it possible to work in a committed and fruitful way on common issues, matters of concern and problems that go beyond national boundaries.

Individual countries and special subject groups send their representatives to the Council. All gather for a closed conference annually.

The Council is part of the Medical Section, School of Spiritual Science, at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland.

Functions of the Council

  • To maintain awareness of the international curative education and social therapy movement

  • Flow of information between countries and the Medical Section

  • Mutual advice and support among centres and countries

  • Collaboration with parents and families and their associations

  • Work on the spiritual-scientific basis of curative education and social therapy

  • Research and the sharing of research findings

  • Working on and taking over specific functions in the fields of culture, rights, society and economics

  • Training, further and additional training of staff

The Curative Education and Social Therapy Council maintains regular specialist groups for work on specific issues and tasks.

 
 

Organigram of the Conference