Paul Dennison is a psychotherapist and Jungian analyst based in London, formerly a Consultant Psychotherapist in a central London NHS hospital, and now in private practice. Special interests include early and non-verbal emotional trauma, and occasional use of neurofeedback and transcranial electric stimulation for complex cases. Prior to this, his first career was as a research physicist and radio-astronomer in Cambridge, UK, and Adelaide, Australia, including a period as visiting professor and Leverhulme Fellow at Nagoya University and the Toyohashi Research Institute, Japan, advising on interplanetary radio-astronomy. This was followed by 16 years as a goldsmith and gem-dealer which included early research into heat-treating gemstones in Thailand and Sri Lanka. From 2012 he developed an independent neuroscience research project to explore attention and consciousness in relation to Buddhist jhāna meditation, published in 2019 in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. He is a founder trustee of the UK Charity, The Samatha Trust, with over 50 years’ experience practicing and teaching meditation.

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Paul Dennison is a psychotherapist and Jungian analyst based in London, formerly a Consultant Psychotherapist in a central London NHS hospital, and now in private practice. Special interests include early and non-verbal emotional trauma, and occasional use of neurofeedback and transcranial electric stimulation for complex cases. Prior to this, his first career was as a research physicist and radio-astronomer in Cambridge, UK, and Adelaide, Australia, including a period as visiting professor and Leverhulme Fellow at Nagoya University and the Toyohashi Research Institute, Japan, advising on interplanetary radio-astronomy. This was followed by 16 years as a goldsmith and gem-dealer which included early research into heat-treating gemstones in Thailand and Sri Lanka. From 2012 he developed an independent neuroscience research project to explore attention and consciousness in relation to Buddhist jhāna meditation, published in 2019 in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. He is a founder trustee of the UK Charity, The Samatha Trust, with over 50 years’ experience practicing and teaching meditation.

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