hi, rachel! We talked on the phone the other morning (I'm at one of the three schools in MN!), and I know that all three schools have worked extensively with Kim Payne. The two larger schools have been able to better integrate his work, as it relies heavily on the 8th grade class leading the way for the other children. Our little school has worked with it in the past, and still is incorporates some of his methods, ideas, and solutions. I work very directly with my students, as do more and more Waldorf teachers, realizing that it is part of our work to help the children learn these skills as well.
Orangewallflower is right in her assessment of the early childhood approach, and teachers also help older kindergarten children to work through situations a bit more directly. I'm sure that any of the teachers would be happy to talk with you at greater length.
Waldorf-teaching mama to A (12/08), wife to my sweet wife M , and sharing a home with a dog , four cats , five turtles, a fish, and a crab.