Dr. Graham Hutt, Ph.D.,MF.Phys.,IGPP,ITEC,FRIN has a background in electronic engineering, psychology and a Ph.D. in Medical Anthropology. He studied psychology first at Bristol University and then the theory and practice of Clinical Theology under Prof Frank Lake in London before completing psychology with the State University of NY Regents College programme. Further studies in the UK and USA led to completion of a doctorate in Medical Anthropology majoring in natural healing practices with comparisons across different cultures.
He has accreditation and diplomas in Anatomy and Physiology and holds seven further diplomas and accreditation in physical therapy modalities from respected institutions (MIPTI, ITEC and IGPP), including Aromatherapy, Reflexology and Therapeutic Massage and Nutrition. He is currently involved in toxicity chelation research having studied live blood analysis and darkfield microscopy with Dr. George Georgiou. He is a practitioner of the ‘Jade’ electrodermal / electromagnetic system of therapy as taught by Prof. Charles McWilliams.
Qualified with the International Therapeutic Examination Council in 1991, he is also a Member of the Faculty of Physiatrists (London) and is a member of the International Guild of Professional Practitioners and of the Association of Medical Anthropologists.
Hobbies include being a keen yachtsman and Fellow of the Royal Institute of Navigation as well as an active member of the Royal Yachting Association.