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Reichs Points of Departure from Freud (Part 11)

Article by Stephan Simonian M.D.

Reichs Points of Departure from Freud (Part 11)

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Dr. Simonian is a general and child and adolescent psychiatrist. He completed medical school in Shiraz University, Shiraz Iran. He completed his general psychiatric residency training and fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at New York Medical College, Metropolitan Hospital Center. Concomitant with his psychiatry and child psychiatry training, Dr. Simonian completed the New York Medical College Psychoanalytic School Didactic Courses, including his own required personal psychoanalysis. In 1990, Dr. Simonian started his personal psychiatric orgone therapy, Reichian therapy, with Dr. Morton Herskowitz and in 1991 became a member of the Institute of Orgonomic Sciences (IOS), an Institute which is dedicated to promote and preserve Dr. Wilhelm Reich's work. Dr. Simonian started his private psychiatric practice in Milford, Massachusetts in 1984 and he was a chief of psychiatry department of Milford Regional Hospital for several years. He started his practice in Glendale, California since 2003. Dr. Simonian is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

One Response to “Reichs Points of Departure from Freud (Part 11)”

  1. Jamshid Tehranzadeh, M.D. says:

    I greatly enjoyed attending the outstanding seminar on this subject by Dr. Stephan Simonian at UCLA.
    I would appreciate if you could possibly inform me of the future events by Dr. Simonian.
    Thank you and best regards.
    Jamshid Tehranzadeh, M.D.


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