May 10, 2016

Seminar directors

Richard Schwartzman, D.O.


Premedical Education
Temple University School of Pharmacy, Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy 1957-1961

Medical Education
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine 1962-1966

Botsford-Zieger Osteopathic Hospital 1966-1967: General Medicine
Philadelphia General Hospital 1969-1970: Psychiatry / Neurology

Psychiatric Residency Training
Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital 1971-1974

Fellowship Training
Forensic Psychiatry: Temple University School of Medicine, Department of Law and Psychiatry 1974‐1976

Medical and Psychiatric Practice
General Medical Practice 1967-1969
Forensic Psychiatric Practice 1977-2000
Psychiatric Orgone Therapy 1971 to present

Hospital Affiliations
Temple University School of Medicine 1976-1978
Hahnemann University: Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 1978-2000
Hahnemann University: Medical Director of Psychiatric Services to the Philadelphia Prisons 1978-2000

Board Certifications
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology 1976
State Medical Licenses
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 1967
New Jersey 2001

Psychiatric Orgone Therapy
The method of treatment I employ is much the same as pioneered and practiced by Wilhelmn Reich. My training was with Morton Herskowitz, D.O. and Elsworth F. Baker, M.D., themselves both students of Reich. During my association with the American College of Orgonomy I directed the Elsworth F. Baker Advanced Technical Training Seminar, supervised psychiatric orgone therapists and clinical psychologists in training, and was assistant editor of the Journal of Orgonomy. My theoretical and clinical articles of Reich’s work have appeared in their journal as well as in other publications. I am an honorary member of the Institute for Orgonomic Science and a member of the training committee in The Greek Society of Psychiatric Orgone Therapy and Character Analysis.



Nassos Teopoulos


Academic titles and studies:
Degree in Structural Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (1980). Diplomate of Medicine from the Faculty of Medicine of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1988) and Diplomate in Psychiatry, Greek Board of Psychiatry (1995). Diplomate of Homeopathy, member of the Greek Society of Homeopathic Medicine and member of the Liga Medicorum Homeopathica Internationalis (1995). He trained in the psychotherapeutic technique of orgone therapy at the American College of Orgonomy and he was a Clinical Associate of the College for over ten years, taking part in The Training Program of Medical Orgonomy of the College (1997-2011). He is a member of the Hellenic Psychiatric Association and a founding member of the “Training Committee for Psychiatric Orgone Therapy and Character Analysis” and a student of the Open Greek University, Faculty of Greek Civilization.

Since 2002 he is the director of the Microscopic and Biophysical Research Laboratories, where he studies and repeats the experimental work of psychiatrist and natural scientist Wilhelm Reich. He lives in Thessaloniki and works as an orgone therapist and a homeopath. His has an active interest in Gunther Enderlein’s polymorphic theory, in the cellular death of red blood cells (apoptosis) and in the work of other researchers working in related fields (Gaston Naessans, Gitte Jensen and others).