1st Year

  1. Developmental or Evolutionary Psychology I
  2. Developmental or Evolutionary Psychology II
  3. Body and Emotional Armor – The Function of the Orgasm and Orgonotic Contact
  4. Individual Psychology
  5. Hands-on workshop in somatic techniques

 

2nd Year

  1. Character and characterology
  2. Social Psychology (Sociopolitical characters)
  3. Psychosomatic disturbances (Biopathies)
  4. Hands-on workshop in somatic techniques

 

3rd Year

  1. Orgonetherapy Ι
  2. Psychopathology of Adults and Classical Thrapeutic Interventions (Psychiatric Nosology)
  3. Clinical seminar

 

4th Year

  1. Orgonetherapy ΙΙ
  2. Psychopathology of Children and Classical Thrapeutic Interventions (Psychiatric Nosology)
  3. Clinical seminar

 

5th Year

  1. Orgonomic Functionalism & Orgonetherapy Ι
  2. Orgonomic Functionalism & Orgonetherapy ΙΙ
  3. Clinical seminar

 

Lectures on non orgonomic subjects

  • 1st Year
    1. Physiology
    2. Anatomy
    3. Psychotherapy Ι
  • 2nd Year
    1. Neurophysiology
    2. Ethics
    3. Psychotherapy ΙΙ
  • 3rd Year
    1. Research Methodology
    2. Psychotherapy ΙΙΙ
  • 4th Year
    1. Psychotherapy ΙV
  • 5th Year
    1. Psychotherapy V

 

Note: For those holding a medical degree the anatomy and physiology classes, in the 1st and 2nd year, are optional.

Psychotherapy and supervision sessions
Theoretical and clinical training will be considered complete when trainees, in addition to their individual Bioenergetic Body  Psychotherapy and Character Analysis sessions, undergo an adequate number of individual supervision sessions, additionally to their group supervision sessions during the clinical seminar. The required number of individual sessions and supervision is determined in accordance with the standards of the European Association for Body Psychotherapy (EABP).

Laboratory course
The Institute of Orgonomy is organizing an optional laboratory course on orgone biophysics and orgonomic microscopy, for those trainees wishing to learn in depth the basic principles of orgonomic science.