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Therapeutic Garden Design Recommended Reading List Adams, Jane Meredith (2001). "From Hurt to Healing." Health, p.

120 (article about Topher Delaney). Adler, Jane (2002). "Environment May Play Part in Healing Elderly." Chicago Tribune. November 17. Aiken, Kelly, Caru Bowns, Mark Fellinger, and Mark Francis. Healing Environments: A Collection of Case Studies. University of California, Davis: Center for Design Research, 1995. Alexander, Christopher, Sara Ishikawa, and Murray Silverstein (1977). A Pattern Language. New York: Oxford University Press. Alvarez, Lizette (2004). "Where the Healing Touch Starts with Hospital Design." The New York Times. September 7. Appleton, Jay (1996). The Experience of Landscape. Chichester, New York: Wiley & Sons. Aronson, Deb (2003). "How Nature Heals Us." Science & Spirit, July/August. Ashmun, Barbara Blossom (2000). Garden Retreats: Creating an Outdoor Sanctuary. San Francisco: Chronicle Books. Barnes, Marni (1996). "The Process of Emotional Restoration in Outdoor Settings." In C. Wagner (Ed.) Proceedings of the 1996 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Barnes, Marni (1994). "A Study of the Process of Emotional Healing in Outdoor Spaces and the Concomitant Landscape Design Implications." Master of Landscape Architecture Thesis, University of California, Berkeley. Barnhart, S., N. H. Perkins, and J. FitzSimons (1998). "Behavioural and Setting Preferences at a Psychiatric Hospital." Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 42, Nos. 2-4, pp. 147-157. Barrett, Marilyn (1992). Creating Eden: The Garden as a Healing Space. San Francisco: HarperCollins. Beckwith, Margarette E. and Susan D. Gilster (1997). "The Paradise Garden: A Model Garden Design for Those with Alzheimer's Disease." Published simultaneously "Activities, Adaptation & Aging" and "Horticultural Therapy and the Older Adult Population" Suzanne E. Wills (Ed.) Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, Inc., Vol 22. No. 1/2, pp. 3-16.

Beckwith, Margarette E. and Susan D. Gilster (1997). "The Paradise Garden: A Model for Designing for Those with Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease." Journal of Therapeutic Horticulture, Vol VIII, pp. 45-52. Beckwith, Margarette E. (1999). "Case Study of the Alois Alzheimer Center Courtyard Garden." in Chapter 9, "Alzheimer's Treatment Gardens" Clare Cooper Marcus and Marni Barnes (Eds.) Healing Gardens, New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Bite, I. and M. J. Lovering (1984). "Design Open Doors for the Elderly." Landscape Architecture, November/December, pp. 79-81. Bowns, Caru & Brian Collett (1996). A Landscape Vocabulary of Healing Environments. University of California, Davis: Department of Environmental Design. Boyer, M. Christine (1994). The City of Collective Memory. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Brawley, Elizabeth C. (1997). Designing for Alzheimers Disease. Wiley. Brechin, Gray (1990). "Grace Merchant and the Global Garden," in Francis, Mark and Randolph Hester (Eds.). The Meaning of Gardens. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 226-229. Bressi, Todd (2001). "Place Research: Healing Gardens." Places, Vol. 14, No. 1, Winter, pp. 2629 (2000 EDRA/Places Place Research Award). Brunton, Laurie and Erin Fournier (1999). Sanctuary: Gardening for the Soul. New York, NY: Michael Friedman Publishing Group, Inc. Burnett, J.D. (1997). "Therapeutic Effects of Landscape Architecture." in Marberry, Sara. O. (Ed.). Healthcare Design. New York: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 255-274. Burnett, James (2003). "Healing Gardens?" Healthcare Design, May, pp. 21-23 ("The healing garden is not just another pretty picture: design for the healthcare environment requires more"). Burt, Virginia (1998). "Achieving Spiritual Balance within the Spatial Landscapes of a Healing Garden." Journal of Therapeutic Horticulture, Vol. IX, American Horticultural Therapy Association, pp.66-69 Burt, Virginia T. (2000). "The Comfort of Nature: Restorative Environments: Design for Human Health." Landscapes/Paysages, Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter/Hiver, p. 7. Butterfield, D. W. (1982). "Outdoor Spaces Surrounding Group Homes for the Developmentally Disabled Adult." Master of Architecture Thesis, University of Illinois, Department of Landscape Architecture, Urbana, IL. Cackowski, Jean Marie and Sally Augustin (2004). "The Research Connection." Landscape Architecture, Vol. 94, NO. 5, May, pp. 96-101. (One study focuses on gardens for dementia care.)

Calkins, Meg (1988). Design for Dementia: Planning Environments for the Elderly and Confused. Owings Mills, MD: William & Wilkins. Campbell, Sheila et al. (1991). Health, Disease and Healing in Medieval Culture. New York: St. Martin's. Carman, Jack (1998). "Exploring Nature within the Grounds of a Senior Residence: Taking resident activities outside." Assisted Living Success Magazine, May. Carman, Jack (1999). "The Healing Power of Gardens." The Directors and Officers Forum, Spring. Carman, Jack (1999). "The Outdoors Offers an Array of Therapeutic Benefits." Parent Care Advisor, August. Carman, Jack (2000). "Nature by Design: Well planned gardens confer a host of benefits to senior housing residents." Nursing Home Long Term Care Magazine, Design issue, March. Carman, Jack (2000). "Summer Fun: Let creativity guide you in planning activities for the person with Alzheimer's" Advances Newsletter, The Alzheimer's Association, Summer. Carman, Jack (2001). "Raised Planters for the Senior Gardener." Nursing Home Long Term Care Magazine, Design issue, March. Carpman, Janet, Myron Grant, and Deborah Simmons (1993). Design That Cares: Planning Health Facilities for Patients and Visitors. Chicago: American Hospital Association. Carr, Stephen, Mark Francis, Leanne Rivlin, and Andrew Stone (1992). Public Space. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press. Carstens, Diane Y. (1985). Site Planning and Design for the Elderly: Issues, Guidelines and Alternatives. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Carstens, Diane Y. (1990). "Housing and Outdoor Spaces for the Elderly." Chapter 5 in Clare Cooper Marcus and Mark Francis (Eds.) People Places, New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Cekic, Milosav (2003). "Why I Designed Cancer Parks." Landscape Architecture, Vol. 93, No. 5, May, pp. 62-68 & 98-100. Chambers, Nancy K., Sonja Johansson, and Donna M. Walcavage (1996). "Classroom? Playground? Garden? Or Clinic?" Journal of Therapeutic Horticulture, Vol. VIII, pp. 83-87. Chambers, Nancy K. and Sonja Johansson (2000). "A Children's PlayGarden at a Rehabilitation Hospital: A Successful Collaboration Produces a Successful Outcome." Proceedings from the Sixth Annual People-Plant Symposium, Glencoe, Illinois, July.

Cherry, Charles L. (1989). A Quiet Haven: Quakers, Moral Treatment, and Asylum Reform. Rutherford, NJ: Farleigh Dickenson University Press. Collins, Belinda L. (1975). "Windows and People: A Literature Survey, Psychological Reaction to Environments with and Without Windows." National Bureau of Standards Science Series 70, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Commerce. Cooper Marcus, Clare (2005). "No Ordinary Garden." Landscape Architecture, Vol. 95, No. 3, March, pp. 26-39 ("Alzheimer's and other patients find refuge in a Michigan dementia-care facility"). Cooper Marcus, Clare (2003). "Healing Havens." Landscape Architecture, Vol. 93, No. 8, August, pp. 85-91 & 107-109 ("Two hospital gardens in Portland, Oregon win awards for therapeutic values"). Cooper Marcus, Clare (2001). "Hospital Oasis." Landscape Architecture, Vol. 91, No. 10, pp. 3699 ("Through a participatory design process, a failed Tommy Church garden in San Francisco is reconfigured as an exemplary therapeutic landscape"). Cooper Marcus, Clare and Marni Barnes (1995). Gardens in Healthcare Facilities: Uses, Therapeutic Benefits, and Design Recommendations. Martinez, CA: The Center for Health Design. Cooper Marcus, Clare and Marni Barnes (1996). "Understanding and Applying the Therapeutic Benefits of Gardens." Journal of Healthcare Design VIII. Cooper Marcus, Clare and Marni Barnes (1999). Healing Gardens. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1999 (Received the 2000 EDRA/Places "Place Research" Award; see Bressi, Todd). Cooper Marcus, Clare and Carolyn Francis (1998). People Places: Design Guidelines for Urban Open Space. 2nd ed., New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Cooper Marcus, Clare and Carolyn Francis (1998). "Post-Occupancy Evaluation." Chapter 8 in People Places: Design Guidelines for Urban Open Space. 2nd ed., New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Crisp, Barbara (1998). Human Spaces: Life-Enhancing Designs for Healing, Working, and Living. Gloucester, MA: Rockport Publishers, Inc. Dannenmaier, Molly (1995). "Healing Gardens." Landscape Architecture,, Vol. 85, No. 1, pp. 5680. Donald, Caroline (2001). "What the Doctors Ordered." The Sunday Times, Style Section, November 11, p. 40. ("A group of medics and artists has transformed an Oxfordshire wilderness into a healing rural retreat.")

Drabelle, Dennis (1990). "Beyond Shuffleboard: Designing Outdoor Spaces for the Elderly." in The Art of Landscape Architecture: Projects funded by grants from the Design Arts Program National Endowment for the Arts." Washington, D.C.: Partners for Livable Places, pp. 52-57. Epstein, Mark (1997). "What is a Therapeutic Garden?" Oregon Land, ASLA Oregon Chapter, Winter. Epstein, Mark (co-author) (1997). "Therapeutic Gardens." Oregon's Journal of Aging, Oregon Alliance of Senior and Health Services, Winter. Epstein, Mark (2003). "Getting Serious About Therapeutic Practice." Landscape Architecture, Letter to the Editor, Vol. 93, No. 10, October, p. 49. Epstein, Mark (1999). "Therapeutic Gardens in the Acute-Care Setting." Landscape Architecture Technical Information Series, American Society of Landscape Architects, August. Esposito, Thomas J. (2003). "A Personal View of 'Healing' Gardens." Landscape Architecture, Letter to the Editor, Vol. 93, No. 10, October, 2003, p. 48. Ewan, Rebecca Fish (2003). "Prescription for Healing." Landscape Architecture, Vol. 93, No. 2, February, pp. 59-65 & 86-88 (article about Richard Bloch's cancer survivors parks). Ewan, Joseph M. and Rebecca Fish (2004). "The Butterfly Effect." Landscape Architecture, Vol. 94, No. 11, November, pp. 44-51 ("Can the modern example of the Elsie McCarthy Sensory Garden mitigate the glut of sensory-starved urban landscapes?"). Fleming, Randall (1997). UC Davis Medical Center Pedestrian Circulation Study: Phase II. University of California, Davis: Community Design and Planning Services (CDPS). Forsyth, Ann and Katherine Crewe (2004). "Six Approaches to Landscape Architecture." Landscape Architecture, Vol. 94, NO. 5, May, pp. 36-47. (One of the "six approaches" is "Spiritual Landscapes.") Francis, Carolyn & Clare Cooper Marcus (1991). "Places People Take Their Problems." Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Mexico. Francis, Carolyn and Clare Cooper Marcus (1991). "Places People Take Their Problems." EDRA Proceedings. Francis, Carolyn and Clare Cooper Marcus (1992). "Restorative Places: Environment and Emotional Well-Being." EDRA Proceedings. Francis, Mark and Randolph Hester (Eds.) (1990). The Meaning of Gardens. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

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Hammerslough, J. (1997). "The Children's Hour: A Garden Offers Time to Heal." Garden Design, June/July, p. 50 (article about Douglas Reed's children's healing garden). Hartig, Terry M., Gary W. Evans, and Marlis Mang (1991). "Restorative Effects of Natural Environmental Experiences." Environment and Behavior, Vol. 23, pp. 3-26. Hayden, Dolores (1995). The Power of Place. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Henry, Carol (2003). "Accessible Fun." Landscape Architecture Vol. 93, NO. 12, December, pp. 32-36 (article on a "sensory park" in Denver, CO). Hinshaw, Mark (2003). "Fenceless in Seattle." Landscape Architecture, Vol. 93, No. 9, September, pp. 142-144 ("What had to happen before an urban medical center removed the barriers that kept the homeless out of its institutional landscape?"). Hiss, Tony (1990). The Experience of Place. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Holohan, C.J. ((1976). "Environmental Change in a Psychiatric Setting: A Social Systems Analysis." Human Relations, Vol. 29, No. 2, pp. 153-167. Howe-Colt, G. (1996). "The Healing Revolution." Life Magazine, September, pp. 34-50. Howett, Catherine (1990). "Gardens Are Good Places for Dying." in Francis, Mark and Randolph Hester (Eds.) The Meaning of Gardens. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 252-257. Jay, Roni. Gardens of the Spirit. Sterling Publisher's Co., Inc. Johansson, Sonja (In Press). "Rusk Children's PlayGarden for Interactive Therapeutic Play." in Educational Facilities: The American Institute of Architects Exemplary Learning Environment Program, The Images Publishing Group PTY, LTD. Johansson, Sonja and Nancy K. Chambers (2001). "Creating Outdoor Natural Play Environments for Disabled Children's Rehabilitation." Proceedings from the ASLA Annual Meeting, September. Johansson, Sonja and Nancy K. Chambers (In Press). "A Children's PlayGarden at a Rehabilitation Hospital." Landscape Architecture Technical Information Series, American Society of Landscape Architects. Julien, Andrew (1999). "The Architecture of Dying." The Hartford Courant, December 27, pp. A1, A9 (article on the controversy over a hospice's move to a new building in Hartford, CT). Kamp, David (1996). "Healing Environments: Restorative Gardens." Loeb Fellowship Forum Magazine, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Spring/Summer, pp. 4-6.

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