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Toward A Patient-Centered Understanding Of Orgonomic (Reichian) Therapy

Toward A Patient-Centered Understanding Of Orgonomic (Reichian) Therapy

Article by Dr Neil Schierholz

This study explores the experience of patients who have been treated with orgonomic (Reichian) therapy.  The purpose of this study is to shed light on the experience of undergoing this therapy from the perspective of patients who benefited from it.  A brief history of Reich and his theory and practice of orgonomic therapy is chronicled along with [...]

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Selected Writings, An Introduction to Orgonomy

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Selected Writings, An Introduction to Orgonomy by Wilhelm Reich, M.D. Published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux — 1960 “This anthology of selected writings from the works of Wilhelm Reich was conceived as an introduction to orgonomy, and it is presented without editorial comment or interpretation in the simple belief that those who seek knowledge must [...]

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Reich Speaks of Freud

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REICH SPEAKS OF FREUD Wilhelm Reich, M.D. Discusses His Work and His Relationship with Sigmund Freud Published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux — 1967 “The Wilhelm Reich interview, conducted by Kurt Eissler, M.D. representing the Sigmund Freud Archives, took place at Orgonon in Rangeley, Maine, on October 18 and 19, 1952…While Reich in many of [...]

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Wilhelm Reich – Founder of Orgone Therapy

Annals of The Institute for Orgonomic Science (December, 2015)

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Available for purchase via the Wilhelm Reich Museum.

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