Dr. Linson received his medical degree from the National University of Ireland in 1964 and completed internship at Albany Medical Center in New York. He was a Peace Corps physician in South America for two years, and also a physician volunteer in Africa. He returned to Ireland for post-graduate training in internal medicine, and continued training in both internal medicine and psychiatry at Dartmouth Medical Center in New Hampshire, culminating in a Fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine.
During his career he directed consultation services at Denver General Hospital as well as Baystate Medical Center in Massachusetts, where he became Chief of Psychiatry, and held teaching positions as Associate Clinical Professor at both Tufts University and the University of Massachusetts. He is certified with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. For the past fifteen years he has been in private practice in Idaho.
In the years he was living and working in other cultures, he was struck by the fact that in spite of differences, people communicate in similar ways through facial expression and body language, an area of interest that culminated in this book.
This work developed as part of a therapeutic approach aimed at resolving internal oppositionality, which will be covered in a forthcoming book on Integrative Therapy to be published in late 2006.
Linson conducts seminars to demonstrate the application of Kinoetic concepts. These workshops are part of an innovative overall
psychotherapeutic program that effectively works to integrate our inherent
polarities. As this process begins
to reveal the nature of unconscious beliefs, motives, and values of the
masculine and feminine aspects of our natures—of our left and right
hemispheres—we move toward resolution of conflict in our inner and outer
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