The Greek Institute of Orgonomy (GINOR) is a research, educational and training organization through which we seek the following:

1. To present a contemporary critical approach to Wilhelm Reich’s work, both using theoretical tools – through comparative study and other fields of knowledge, such as natural sciences, epistemology, philosophy, etc. – as well as experimental research, through INΟR’s Heraclitos laboratories.

2. To highlight the multifaceted work of the psychiatrist and natural scientist Wilhelm Reich and his contribution to many different cognitive fields (medical and biological sciences, psychology, sociology, physics, cosmology), without slipping into idolisation, uncritical and obsessive acceptance of his experimental findings and his theoretical hypotheses or the sterile and stereotypical repetition of his views.

3. To keep Wilhelm Reich’s heritage and work alive to be accessible to future generations. To this end, we train mental health professionals in bioenergetic physical psychotherapy and character analysis (orgonetherapy), as well as scientists in the techniques of biophysical and microscopic research in the field of Orgonomy, and we promote its applications to the public through seminars, public events and publications.

4. To create, through the GINOR official website, a place for information and reflection on contemporary issues of mental health, sociology, science and philosophical reflection.

The Greek Institute of Orgonomy is a non-profit civil society, whose scientific supervisor is the psychiatrist and homeopath Nassos Teopoulos.