Ian Gordon-Brown

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Died in 1996.

"Joint founder and co-director with Barbara Somers of the Centre for Transpersonal Psychotherapy, was in private practice as psychotherapist and consultant psychologist. He read psychology at Cambridge, and was involved in industrial psychology until 1976. He worked with the Lucis Trust for 14 years, becoming director and an international trustee. His interests included ways of expanding individual and group consciousness, esoteric movements and social networks. He died in October 1996.

"Ian and Barbara met in 1970 and began to run workshops together. They founded the Centre for Transpersonal Psychology in London in 1973 and established the training there in 1978, running it together until Ian's death."[1]

"an Gordon-Brown (1925-1996) was born in Quetta (now in Pakistan) and educated at Cambridge, he worked for the National Institute of Industrial Psychology, became director of the Lucis Trust and later director of the Industrial Participation Association. Ian was a consultant psychologist and psychotherapist in private practice. He became president of EUROTAS and initiated and ran an International Transpersonal Conference in London in 1994. He wrote and lectured widely throughout, on questions of individual and social development and the spiritual challenge and responsibility of the time." [1]


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  1. archivepublishing Authors, organizational web page, accessed September 24, 2013.
  2. Mankind 2000 Associates, organizational web page, accessed April 16, 2018.