Character formation
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Orgone Therapy Seminars

Training Committee for Character Analysis and Psychiatric Orgone Therapy
International Introductory Seminar on the technique of psychiatric orgone therapy and character analysis

The training committee for Character Analysis and Psychiatric Orgone Therapy has been established by psychiatrists and orgone therapists Richard Schwartzman (USA) and Nassos Teopoulos (Greece). Its goals are the preservation and dissemination of a large body of Wilhelm Reich’s work and the training of qualified physicians and psychologists. Physicians will be instructed in the practice of orgone therapy in all its aspects, and psychologists in the technique of character analysis.

Educational programs

on psychiatric orgone therapy and character analysis
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Educating the public

The Training Committee for Character Analysis and Psychiatric Orgone Therapy is pleased to announce a Second Introductory Seminar on Orgonomy. Its instructors are Richard Schwartzman, D.O., and Nassos Teopoulos, M.D. Both physicians are certified psychiatrists and qualified psychiatric orgone therapists.

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Training the professionals

The Training Committee for Character Analysis and Psychiatric Orgone Therapy is pleased to announce the beginning of its training program for those mental health professionals who wish to practice character analysis (psychologists) and psychiatric orgone therapy (physicians).

Psychiatric orgone therapy: Wilhelm Reich’s most important contribution.

Seminar directors

CVs of the Directors of the 2nd Introductory Seminar on Orgonomy

Richard Schwartzman

Psychiatrist, Medical Orgonomist
Director of the English program
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Nassos Teopoulos

Psychiatrist, Medical Orgonomist
Director of the Greek program
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The Training Committee is currently accepting applications for the 2nd Introductory Seminar in Orgonomy. It will announce the beginning date when the necessary number of participants is formed.

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Contact

For any additional information, please send message at the following e-mail address: seminar@orgonetherapytraining.com
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