20. September 2017 · Comments Off on A talk by Dr James Dyson: “Michaelmas, Meteoric Iron and the Human Heart” · Categories: Dr James Dyson Talk, Independent schools Nottingham

“Michaelmas, Meteoric Iron and the Human Heart”

A TALK BY DR JAMES DYSON

MONDAY 9TH OCTOBER 2017 AT 19.30 AT THE IONA SCHOOL

Free Admission – donations towards this evening’s costs and the developing therapeutic work of the Iona School would be greatly appreciated
Dr James Dyson is in great demand internationally within the anthroposophical movement and is currently teaching and facilitating on several professional anthroposophical training courses, spanning a wide range of medical, therapeutic and psychological themes.

After qualifying as a medical doctor in 1975 he worked in general practice and concurrently studied anthroposophic medicine where his practice, which included general medicine and some psychiatry, continued for nearly 25 years.

During his long and varied career as an anthroposophic physician, James has also worked as a visiting doctor in Waldorf Schools and in several schools and residential communities for children and adults with learning disabilities.

Since leaving Park Attwood in 2003, James has furthered his long-standing interest in mental health and developmental psychology with formal postgraduate training, gaining a master’s degree in Psychosynthesis Psychology.

Having retired from formal medical practice in 2014, James continues to work in an advisory and consultative capacity for several educational facilities and is also extending his life-long involvement in adult education.

Please make every effort to attend what will be an enlivening and enriching talk which will touch the heart of our work here at the Iona School.

The Iona School, 310 Sneinton Dale, Nottingham NG3 7DN

08. May 2017 · Comments Off on A talk with Dr James Dyson at The Iona School, Thursday 18th May 2017 at 19.30 · Categories: Dr James Dyson Talk, Independent schools Nottingham, Steiner education, Talks

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GOOD SCIENCE IS WORKING FOR US ALL. NEW PERSPECTIVES ON IMMUNOLOGY AND NEUROLOGY FOR SUPPORTING CHILD DEVELOPMENT”

A TALK BY DR JAMES DYSON

THURSDAY 18TH MAY 2017 AT 19.30 FOR 19.45 AT THE IONA SCHOOL

Free Admission – donations towards this evening’s costs and the developing therapeutic work of the Iona School would be greatly appreciated
Dr James Dyson is in great demand internationally within the anthroposophical movement and is currently teaching and facilitating on several professional anthroposophical training courses, spanning a wide range of medical, therapeutic and psychological themes.

After qualifying as a medical doctor in 1975 he worked in general practice and concurrently studied anthroposophic medicine where his practice, which included general medicine and some psychiatry, continued for nearly 25 years.

During his long and varied career as an anthroposophic physician, James has also worked as a visiting doctor in Waldorf Schools and in several schools and residential communities for children and adults with learning disabilities.

Since leaving Park Attwood in 2003, James has furthered his long-standing interest in mental health and developmental psychology with formal postgraduate training, gaining a master’s degree in Psychosynthesis Psychology.

Having retired from formal medical practice in 2014, James continues to work in an advisory and consultative capacity for several educational facilities and is also extending his life-long involvement in adult education.

Please make every effort to attend what will be an enlivening and enriching talk which will touch the heart of our work here at the Iona School.

The Iona School, 310 Sneinton Dale, Nottingham NG3 7DN

12. January 2017 · Comments Off on Dr James Dyson talk on Thursday 2nd Febraury 2017, Iona School, “The heart as an instrument of the spirit”. · Categories: Dr James Dyson Talk

23. June 2016 · Comments Off on Invitation to a talk with James Dyson on Mon 4th July at 19.30: Will and the Hidden Secret behind Child Development” · Categories: Dr James Dyson Talk, Independent schools Nottingham, Primary schools Nottingham

You are invited to a talk by Dr James Dyson on Monday 4th July at Iona School at 19.30 for 19.45.

“Will and the Hidden Secret behind Child Development”

“Boredom, lethargy, cynicism and hate versus enthusiasm, motivation, respect and love . . . Which four of these would you aspire to for yourselves and for your children? – Well, the answer is self-evident and so, at least within certain limits, is the why; but in the ‘how’, the mystery of the life of will is embedded. Is this mystery a function of the brain, the liver, a spiritual inspiration, or is it a synthesis of all three? However understood, the magic of the will is clearly the best kept of all human secrets!

In this talk, James Dyson will offer a picture of how the will connects to sense impressions in childhood, translates these into soul experiences and emerges as the hidden unifying secret behind biography! James will be drawing on an anthroposophic understanding of psychology and physiology and indicate how these two aspects of the human being function as a dual unity within the threefold human organisation in health – and how illness may arise when their mutual coherence is lost.”

Please make every effort to attend what will be an enlivening and enriching talk which will touch the heart of our work here at the Iona School.

Best wishes,

Richard Moore, for The College of Teachers

14. January 2016 · Comments Off on James Dyson talk at Iona School: “The Life Processes as the Hidden Factor in establishing Resilience during Childhood” on Thurs 21st Jan 2016 at 19.30 · Categories: Dr James Dyson Talk, Junior schools nottingham, Steiner education

“The Life Processes as the Hidden Factor in establishing Resilience during Childhood”
A TALK BY DR JAMES DYSON
THURSDAY 21ST JANUARY 2016 AT 19.30 AT THE IONA SCHOOL
Free Admission – donations towards this evening’s costs and the developing therapeutic work of the Iona School would be greatly appreciated
Dr James Dyson is in great demand internationally within the anthroposophical movement and is currently teaching and facilitating on several professional anthroposophical training courses, spanning a wide range of medical, therapeutic and psychological themes.
After qualifying as a medical doctor in 1975 he worked in general practice and concurrently studied anthroposophic medicine where his practice, which included general medicine and some psychiatry, continued for nearly 25 years.
During his long and varied career as an anthroposophic physician, James has also worked as a visiting doctor in Waldorf Schools and in several schools and residential communities for children and adults with learning disabilities.
Since leaving Park Attwood in 2003, James has furthered his long-standing interest in mental health and developmental psychology with formal postgraduate training, gaining a master’s degree in Psychosynthesis Psychology.
Having retired from formal medical practice in 2014, James continues to work in an advisory and consultative capacity for several educational facilities and is also extending his life-long involvement in adult education.
Please make every effort to attend what will be an enlivening and enriching talk which will touch the heart of our work here at the Iona School.
The Iona School, 310 Sneinton Dale, Nottingham NG3 7DN

27. March 2015 · Comments Off on ESTABLISHING RESILIENCE IN CHILDHOOD AS A FOUNDATION FOR LIFE: TALK WITH DR JAMES DYSON · Categories: Dr James Dyson Talk, Independent schools Nottingham, Steiner education

ESTABLISHING RESILIENCE IN CHILDHOOD
AS A FOUNDATION FOR LIFE

A TALK BY DR JAMES DYSON

TUESDAY 5TH MAY 19.30 AT IONA SCHOOL

Dr James Dyson is in great demand internationally within the anthroposophical movement and is currently teaching and facilitating on several professional anthroposophical training courses, spanning a wide range of medical, therapeutic and psychological themes. We are very privileged to be able to welcome him to the Iona School as part of our 30th birthday celebrations.

James originally studied medicine in London, qualifying as a medical doctor in 1975. Initially registering in general practice, he concurrently studied anthroposophic medicine, both in UK and Continental Europe. In 1979 he co-founded Park Attwood Clinic in Worcestershire, a residential and out-patient anthroposophic medical facility. His practice, which included general medicine and some psychiatry, continued for nearly 25 years.

During his long and varied carrier as an anthroposophic physician, James has also worked as a visiting doctor in Waldorf Schools and in several schools and residential communities for children and adults with learning disabilities.

Since leaving Park Attwood in 2003, James has furthered his long-standing interest in mental health and developmental psychology with formal postgraduate training, gaining a master’s degree in Psychosynthesis Psychology.

Having retired from formal medical practice in 2014, James continues to work in an advisory and consultative capacity for several educational facilities and is also extending his life-long involvement in adult education.

Please make every effort to attend what will be an enlivening and enriching talk which will touch the heart of our work here at the Iona School.