Links

Anthroposophic Health and Social Care Movement Website and Office of the Medical Section Co-ordinator in the UK  – site includes lists of practising anthroposophic doctors and therapists and where to find them: www.ahasc.org.uk

Medical Section of the School for Spiritual Science; – and under Trainings details of the International Post Graduate Medical Training (in Anthroposophic Medicine) IPMT can be found:  www.medsektion-goetheanum.org

Voluntary self-regulatory body for the anthroposophic health and social care professions in UK – The Council for Anthroposophic Health and Social Care CAHSC:  www.cahsc.org

Patient organisation for the support and promotion of anthroposophic medicine and therapies: Patients Association for the Furtherance of Anthroposophic Medicine PAFAM was formed by users of anthroposophic medicine and therapies:  www.pafam.org.uk

Centres for Social Therapy associated with the Mental Health Seminar:
Garvald Centre Edinburgh www.garvaldedinburgh.org.uk
Camphill Communities in England and Wales www.camphill.org.uk
Camphill Communities in Scotland www.camphillscotland.org.uk
Nature Nurture www.naturenurture.org.uk

Anthroposophic publishers with their books and literature can be found under:
www.rudolfsteinerpress.com
www.templelodge.com
www.florisbooks.co.uk
www.hawthornpress.com
and journals under:
www.newview.org.uk

Various anthroposophic medical centres and individual doctors:
www.blackthorn.org.uk
www.heliosbristol.co.uk
www.stlukestherapycentre.co.uk
www.camphillmedical.org.uk

A residential clinic and registered hospital the Raphael Medical Centre: www.raphaelmedicalcentre.co.uk

Therapy trainings in the UK:
Tobias School of Art & Therapy, West Sussex www.tobiasart.org
Rhythmical Massage Therapy Training based in Stroud
www.rhythmicalmassagetherapy.co.uk
Information on eurythmy therapy: www.eurythmy.org.uk
Biographical counselling training
www.biographywork.org
General Anthroposophy – The Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain anthroposophy.org.uk

Numerous anthroposophic initiatives in the UK can be found under www.anthromedia.com