Dr James Dyson was a co-founder of Park Attwood Clinic where he worked from 1979 to 2003. He has practised as a doctor in Steiner Waldorf Schools and in centres for social therapy. His areas of special interest are developmental psychology and adult mental health and he is a regular contributor to anthroposophic therapeutic trainings in this country, USA and Australia. He is a faculty member of the Medical Section Seminar on Mental Health.
Dr Michael Evans was a co-founder of Park Attwood Clinic and an NHS GP based at St Luke’s Medical Centre, Stroud since 1989. He teaches in India and in the International Postgraduate Anthroposophic Medical Training, in the Philippines. He is a faculty member of the Medical Section Seminar on Mental Health and has a particular interest in experiential adult learning.
Dr Andrew Maendl was an NHS GP at the Helios Medical Centre in Bristol, a centre which he pioneered over more than 30 years, integrating therapies into an NHS practice. He now works there on a private basis.
Dr Frank Mulder is an NHS GP at the Helios Medical Centre in Bristol, having worked for 18 years as a doctor at Park Attwood Clinic in Worcestershire, an anthroposophical residential clinic.
Anna Hubbard studied with Vera Taberner at the Fox Elms Training in the late 1980′s graduating as an Anthroposophical Artistic Therapist. She worked for many years at Wynstones Waldorf School and a number of Camphill Communities. Anna initiated and ran the Arts Foundation Course in Stroud for 12 years. She taught drawing and art at Hibernia College while maintaining a private practice in Stroud.
Albert Schmidli is an anthroposophic pharmaceutical chemist who worked in with Weleda, Switzerland. His approach is phenomenological and alchemical. He is committed to the further development of anthroposophic pharmacy. He teaches in the International Postgraduate Anthroposophic Medical Training and currently contributes to the UK training annualy.
Dr Maurice Orange is an anthroposophic physician with an MSc in oncology. Previously based at Park Attwood Clinic now at the Ita Wegman Clinik in Switzerland.
Dr Broder von Laue is an anthroposophic physician at the Klinic Oeschelbronn in Southern Germany. He has specialised in oncology and in the development of Mistletoe treatment through his association with the Carus Institut. He has been visiting Britain regularly for the last thirty years as a medical teacher.
Dr Guus van der Bie co-ordinates the Dutch training in anthroposophic medicine. He has written a number of short books called the “Bolk’s Companions for the Study of Medicine” including one on Immunology. These are in English and offer holistic “goethean” perspectives on a number of the subjects taught in medical school.
Dr Georg Soldner is an anthroposophic paediatrician in Munich, author of the main textbook on anthroposophic paediatrics and the editor of the Vade Mecum of Anthroposophic Medicines. He is responsible for the Bad Boll Seminar for doctors in Germany.
Dr Thomas Breitkreuz is a leading consultant physician at the Paracelsus Krankenhaus in Southern Germany. He runs workshops for GPs on holistic approaches to treating hypertension and has published a best selling self-help book on the subject for patients.
Dr Mathias Girke is a leading consultant physician at the Havelhohe Krankenhaus, Berlin. He is the editor of the Journal for Anthroposophic Medicine – the “Mekurstab”. He is the author of the most comprehensive text book on anthroposophic general medicine which is currently being translated from German into English.
Ursula Browning is a eurythmy therapist at St Luke’s Medical Centre Stroud. She trained as an anthroposophic nurse and eurythmy therapist in Switzerland and is a leader of the Eurythmy Therapy Training in Great Britain.
Linda Aylward is a Rhythmical Massage Therapist, working at St Luke’s Medical Centre, Stroud.