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by Allison Williams,Morag Bell,Eugene Palka,Christopher Thurber,Jon Malinowski,Martha Geores,Wilbert Gesler,Hester Parr,Rae Bridgman,Robin A. Kearns,J Ross Barnett,Joseph L. Scarpaci,John Mohan

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ISBN:
0761814914
Author:
Allison Williams,Morag Bell,Eugene Palka,Christopher Thurber,Jon Malinowski,Martha Geores,Wilbert Gesler,Hester Parr,Rae Bridgman,Robin A. Kearns,J Ross Barnett,Joseph L. Scarpaci,John Mohan
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
UPA (November 3, 1999)
Pages:
264 pages
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1244 kb
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1592 kb
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1545 kb
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The term 'therapeutic landscapes' was first coined by health geographer, Wilbert Gesler, in 1992 to explore why certain environments seem to contribute to a healing sense of place.

Therapeutic Landscapes: Theory and a case study of Epidauros, Greece. Therapeutic Landscapes: The Dynamic Between Place and Wellness (E. and Space, 11, pp. 200-223., University Press of America: Lantham, MD, USA. Winnicott, D. W. (1967).

Therapeutic landscapes demonstrate the importance of places for .

Therapeutic landscapes demonstrate the importance of places for maintaining physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health.

Therapeutic landscapes are reputed to have a lasting repute for realizing healing. Traditional therapeutic landscapes have recognized natural environments as often sought after places for well-being. Such places promote wellness via their close encounter with nature, facilitating relaxation and restoration, and enhancing a combination of physical, mental, and spiritual healing

Offers a new approach to landscape perception

Offers a new approach to landscape perception. This book is an extended photographic essay about topographic features of the landscape. It integrates philosophical approaches to landscape perception with anthropological studies of the significance of the landscape in small-scale societies. This perspective is used to examine the relationship between prehistoric sites and their topographic settings. These monuments played an active role in socializing the landscape and creating meaning in it.

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Therapeutic Landscapes: The Dynamic Between Place and Wellness. Changing geographies of care: employing the concept of therapeutic landscapes as a framework in examining home space. University Press of America, Lanham, Maryland. Social Science and Medicine, 55, 1, 141–54.

Morag Jeanette Loh (3 March 1935 – 7 February 2019) was an Australian writer, specializing in children's literature and Australian history. Morag Jeanette Foster was born in Melbourne and attended the University of Melbourne

Morag Jeanette Loh (3 March 1935 – 7 February 2019) was an Australian writer, specializing in children's literature and Australian history. Morag Jeanette Foster was born in Melbourne and attended the University of Melbourne. Before 1974, she was a teacher. The Immigrants (1977), with Wendy Lowenstein. Growing Up in Richmond (1979). With Courage in their Cases (1980). Children in Australia: An Outline History (1981), with Sue Fabian.

Academics, health practitioners, and the general population increasingly recognize the importance of place as an essential element in the development of identity, health, and overall well-being. Although therapeutic landscapes have been traditionally associated with special places such as hot springs, this book expands the concept by exploring the healing applications of space from social, anthropological, and health care delivery perspectives. The essays in this collection examine a number of related topics including the health-promoting qualities of specific physical environments, the significance of place for the de-institutionalized and homeless, and the role of therapeutic landscapes in health care facilities. Drawing on their experiences in Britain, New Zealand, Canada, and the United States, the contributors offer diverse perspectives and new insights on the relationship between place and wellness. Public health practitioners, medical and health professionals, urban planners, and policy makers as well as academics studying the health and social sciences will find this book of great interest.