"Dr James Dyson trained as a doctor in London at the same time as pursuing his studies in Anthroposophy. He now lectures internationally on a wide range of subjects. Besides his work as an adult educator and a doctor he was also was one of the founder members of the Park Attwood Clinic where patients were able to be treated with Anthroposophical medicine and therapies. He worked there for twenty five years.
"James also works as a school doctor in several Steiner-Waldorf Schools in the UK and as a medical advisor in the field of learning disabilities both for children and adults.
"Since leaving Park Attwood Clinic, James has substantially increased his commitments in adult education. He is currently a faculty member of the Medical Section Seminar for Mental Health (UK), the British Post-graduate Training in Anthroposophic Medicine (UK), the Bridges-to Oasis Group Facilitation Training (UK), and a visiting contributor to the Eurythmy Therapy Training (UK), theBiographical Counselling Training (UK), and formerly to the Dorian School of Music Therapy (USA).
"James has a strong commitment to extending current paradigms in the field of anthroposophic psychology and psychiatry and integrating anthroposophic insights with those from other psychotherapeutic disciplines. He intends to submit his thesis for a Masters' Degree in Psychosynthesis Psychology, through the Institute of Psychosynthesis in London, in early 2013." 
- Trainer, Emerson College
Resources and articles
- Emerson College Trainers, organizational web page, accessed June 4, 2013.