Education Session - Presentation Format
1.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AIA/HSW, AICP, FL, NY/HSW
With increasing demand for healing outdoor spaces in health care and the public realm, this session will focus on the design requirements of specific patient groups, including those recovering from burns, psychiatric patients, those with Alzheimer’s disease, veterans, children with special needs, and prison inmates in a hospice setting.
University of California, Berkeley
CLARE COOPER MARCUS, HON ASLA firstname.lastname@example.org LEAD PRESENTER. Professor Emerita in Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, Cooper Marcus is Internationally recognized for her research on the psychological implications of design. She is the recipient of many awards, and the author / co-author of the books Housing as if People Mattered (1986), People Places (1990), House as a Mirror of Self (1994), Healing Gardens (1999), Iona Dreaming –The Healing Power of Place (2010), and – with Naomi Sachs - Therapeutic Landscapes: An Evidence-Based Approach to Designing Healing Gardens and Restorative Outdoor Spaces (Wiley, 2014
BRIAN BAINNSON, ASLA, PLA email@example.com CO-PRESENTER. Bainnson is a Landscape Architect with over 30 years’ experience in project planning and design on a wide range of institutional, commercial, recreational and residential projects. He lead the design team for the Portland Memory Garden, and has developed therapeutic landscapes for Legacy Health System including gardens for the Oregon Burn Center and Behavioral Health. These gardens are used for patient therapy and are restorative places for patients, families and caregivers.
University of Washington
DANIEL WINTERBOTTOM, RLA, FASLA firstname.lastname@example.org CO- PRESENTER. A landscape architect and Professor of Landscape Architecture, his firm, Winterbottom Design Inc., focuses on healing/restorative gardens. His work is published in Places, the New York Times, Seattle Times, and Landscape Architecture Magazine. He wrote Wood in the Landscape (2015), Therapeutic Gardens: Design for Healing Spaces (Timber Press 2015) with Amy Wagenfeldand contributed to several books on sustainable design, community gardens, public health and community service learning. In 1995, he founded the community participatory design/build program focusing on creating therapeutic gardens and restorative environments.
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