Dr Graham Kidd, MBBS, MRCPsych, has been a member of the SPR since 1969, on the Spontaneous Cases Committee since 2009, and a member of the Council since 2014. Trained at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, he was medical officer to 10th Gurkha Rifles, subsequently training in psychiatry at St Thomas's Hospital. He was a Consultant in Old Age and General Psychiatry in Surrey, and on retiring from the NHS, worked in private practice at the Priory and the Cardinal Clinics, before retiring to do purely psychotherapy, specializing in psychological trauma using Ego state and EMDR techniques. He teaches occasionally at St George's Hospital. He has studied dissociation and was a member of the ISSTD for many years. He has contributed to SPR study days, to the JSPR and the Paranormal Review.
Spontaneous Cases Committee
Handles reports received from the general public concerning anomalous phenomena, ranging from precognitive dreams to sightings of apparitions
Chairman: Alan Murdie