Ian Ross was a General Practitioner in Leith, Edinburgh for 28 years, and retired from the practice in 2005. He has long been interested in the relationship between stress and ill-health, and in developing (non-drug) ways to reduce the ill effects of stress. He began running Stress Management groups with the then practice counsellor Sally Dick in 1991, and subsequently taught Autogenic Training (AT) in small groups at the practice from 1994 to 2018.
Over the last couple of decades, he has developed a particular interest in the interface between Autogenic Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Visualisation techniques, Meditative type practices, and neuro-science – and these are all integrated in his approach to teaching AT.
He now offers one-to-one to Autogenic Training groups both on zoom and from his home in Gullane, and from time-to-time runs small AT groups.
For further details regarding courses etc, please see: www.atdynamics.co.uk
This website also includes a section for therapists, and those interested, on the physiology of AT, affective neuroscience, mindfulness, and new approches to Autogenic Training- such as Autogenics 3.0.
MBCh 1970 Diploma in Autogenic Psychotherapy 1997