Nassos Teopoulos, M.D.
Psychiatrist and Homeopath, founding member of the Hellenic Institute of Orgonomy

He lives in Thessaloniki and works as an orgone therapist and a homeopath in Athens and Thessaloniki.

Academic titles and studies: Degree in Stuructural 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). Degree in Greek Culture from the Greek Open University (2017).

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, co-founder, along with child psychiatrist George Argyreas, of the Hellenic Society of Psychiatric Orgone Therapy and Character Analysis, and member of ΕΑΒΡ (European Association for Body Psychotherapy).

Since 2002 he is the director of the Microscopic Observation and Biophysical Research Laboratories, where he studies and repeats the experimental work of psychiatrist and natural scientist Wilhelm Reich. Since 2013 she has been teaching seminars on Orgonomy and from the academic year 2019 -2020 seminars for mental health professionals, doctors and psychologists who wish to practice psychiatric orgone therapy and character analysis. Occasionally lectures on Orgonomy to the general public.

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).

Maria Zanni

Maria Zanni is a psychotherapist and a physical reichian psychotherapist. She holds a degree in Psychology from Canterbury Christ Church University in England, a degree in Social Policy and Social Anthropology from Pantion University, a Master of Science degree in Criminology and a PhDc in Criminology from Pantion University, Athens.

She has specialized in Physical Reichian Psychotherapy at the Hellenic Institute of Neurophytotherapy and Character Analysis (EINA), where she also attended Master’s level training in Gestalt psychiatry with Barrie Simmons, in Body and Character Analysis with Alberto Torre and Clinical Surveillance with Genovino Ferri. At the same time, she has attended a number of trainings on individual psychotherapeutic approaches: Training at the GFH Gesellschaft zur Förderung des Festhaltens als Lebensform und Therapie eV, by Irina Preskop, in Couple and Family Therapy, in Non-Violent Communication by M. Rosenberg  and Systemic Representation B. Helliger.

She has been inn charge of programs on social women exclusion, women and children trafficking, social and occupational reintegration of detainees, as well as forensic research.

She is also the Scientific Lead since 2011 of the Nonviolent Communication for Schools Without Violence Program of the non-governmental Center for Peace Research and Action (KEDE) under the auspices of the Ministry of Education, which aims to prevent violence in schools.

She is a member of the Panhellenic Association of Physical Psychotherapy, the Hellenic Counseling Society and the European Physical Therapy Organization.

Stylianos Kaitanidis
Pathologist – Homeopath

I was born in Katerini Pieria in 1967 and spent many of my school years in Germany.
I studied medicine at the Democritus University of Thrace, where I graduated in 1991. Wanting to understand in depth the knowledge and experience of conventional medicine, I chose to specialize in internal medicine. For this purpose I worked first in the pathological clinic of the psychiatric clinic of Thessaloniki and then in the hospital of Agios Pavlos.

I have known homeopathy since my college years, and as I have found it easy to cure acute but chronic conditions, some of which are considered incurable in conventional medicine, I have decided that this treatment system will be my main healing tool.

I studied Homeopathy at the Hellenic Society of Homeopathic Medicine and then at the International Academy of Homeopathic Medicine under the tutelage of internationally renowned professor George Vithoulkas.
I practice Homeopathy in my private practice and teach it to doctors as part of EIOI courses at the University of Macedonia.

Themistocles Tzotzas

Themistocles Tzotzas is an Endocrinologist – Diabetologist who lives and works in Thessaloniki. He is a graduate and doctor of medicine at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Medical School. He was trained at the Endocrinology Clinic of Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital in Paris for six years, where he specialized in metabolic diseases (dyslipidemias – obesity – diabetes mellitus) and for one year he worked as a lecturer.

He has worked as a curator of the Endocrinology Clinic at Panagia Hospital of Thessaloniki (1990-2013) and as an NHS director at Agios Pavlos Hospital (2013-2014). He is a member of the European Association of Specialist Endocrinologists and a physician trainer in the sub-specificity of obesity at a European level, and for many years he has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic Obesity Medical Society. For four years he has been teaching as an associate professor in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at the Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki and now teaches at the postgraduate “Clinical Nutrition” of the same department and the postgraduate “Diabetes” of the Nursing Department.

His research work is mainly focused on lipid disorders and obesity and has published more than 50 foreign-language papers with reviewers and 60 Greek, as well as 8 book chapters (3 foreign and 8 Greek). He is a scientific reviewer in many international medical journals. He has been the chief scientific officer of five epidemiological and interventional studies on childhood and adult obesity in Greece.

He is currently the Director of the External Endocrinology and Obesity – Metabolic Disorders Clinic of Agios Loukas private clinic of Thessaloniki and at the same time maintains a private clinic. He is also a Research Associate at the 1st AHEPA Educational Pathological Clinic at AHEPA Hospital.