Boughton Place is a nonprofit learning center that provides education, community and practical support for individuals and groups interested in developing transformative skills for sustainable living.
Boughton Place is a community-creating space used for meetings, gatherings, healing arts, performances, celebrations, study circles, and training sessions that support its mission. Its facilities include a 1,000 square foot theater and meeting space for large groups, two full kitchens and screened-in porch for dining, sleeping facilities for 14 or more, smaller group rooms, cultivated and landscaped grounds, off-street parking and office facilities. Special attention is given to promote the teaching of action methods that help individuals grow and function in relation to community and the earth, and to making these methods available to the public and the various constituencies that make use of Boughton Place.
Boughton Place preserves and maintains in active use the original psychodrama stage built by J.L. Moreno in 1936. The Moreno stage is recognized as a vital symbol of the world wide psychodrama community, and thousands of psychodrama participants have attended events at Boughton place since its inception in 1986.