|Medical Orgonomy||Social Orgonomy Presentation Series|
|Social Orgonomy||ACO Movie Night & Open Discussion|
|Orgonometry||Sociopolitical Orgonomy Course|
|Laboratory Workshops in Orgonomic Science|
|Conversations with an Orgonomist|
If you are interested in beginning training in the Medical or Social Orgonomy Training Programs, please email or call our office at (732) 821-1144 to request an interest survey for our next didactic course.
Saturday, June 3, 2017 | Half Day Introductory Laboratory Course
ACO Campus, Princeton, NJ, 9:00AM to 1:00PM.
A half-day introductory laboratory course is offered to provide interested individuals, with or without scientific training, the opportunity to observe orgonomic phenomena through hands-on use of the microscope and other laboratory apparatus. The course will include the microscopic study of bions, the natural organization of protozoa from grass, and an introduction to the Reich Blood Test. Atmospheric orgone will be observed and measured thermically and electroscopically. The effects of the orgone energy accumulator will be observed and its principles demonstrated. Orgonomic principles of weather formation will also be discussed if time allows.
The workshop is organized under the direction of Dee Apple, Ph.D. The teaching staff includes Drs. Dee Apple, Edward Chastka, Peter Crist and Raymond Mero as well as Mr. Steven Dunlap, and Mr. Jack Sargent. The fee for the course is $75.00. To request an application, please call (732) 821-1144 or email email@example.com.
Training & Education Overview
Training and public education have been vital core functions of the ACO since its inception in 1968. We currently have training programs in medical orgonomy and social orgonomy and a variety of public education programs.
The ACO is the only organization in the world that has an active comprehensive, in-depth Medical Orgonomy Training Program. For over 40 years we have been training physicians in orgone therapy in its basic form as developed by Dr. Wilhelm Reich. Our “Advanced Technical Seminar” is, in fact, historically a direct continuation of the “technical seminar” of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society run by Wilhelm Reich starting in 1924 in which he developed character analysis.
In 2001 we instituted the Social Orgonomy Training Program to offer training in the application of orgonomic principles within the social realm to clinically oriented practitioners in fields such as psychology, social work, nursing, marital and family therapy, or organizational development, as well as to others who are not engaged in providing therapy but may apply the knowledge of social orgonomy in a wide range of fields such as those who work as teachers, administrators, politicians, writers, businesspeople, attorneys, managers, etc.
The cornerstone requirement of all of our training is that the trainees need to be in personal training therapy. We believe that it is not possible as a medical orgonomist to help someone with their emotions unless the therapist has overcome problems he or she has that would interfere with tolerating the emotions that come up in the patient in a therapy session. Likewise anyone working with relationships in the social realm must have addressed problems in making contact in order to help others improve their capacity for contact.
Over the years we have also offered, sponsored or participated in a variety of public education programs. These have included college and university courses, half-day seminars, and directed reading courses, as well as all-day conferences on a variety of general and specific topics in orgonomy. For many years the College held private scientific presentations by invitation only but in 1989 we began scientific conferences open to the public that occurred regularly until 2007. Since December 2006 we have had an ongoing, four-times-a-year public social orgonomy presentation series on a wide variety of subjects ranging from the bioenergetic principles of love, family, and work relationships to various aspects of human destructiveness and the emotional plague, as well as from communication confusion in our electronic age to the impact of mother-infant bonding and our ability to love. We also offer a Laboratory Workshop in Orgonomic Science open to the public, which is planned for Summer 2011.