The Institute for the Study of the Work of Wilhelm Reich






Half-day Conference - Saturday, March 9, 2013


The Odyssey of Wilhelm Reich - Details below



The Institute for the Study of the work of Wilhelm Reich announces the 30th year of its spring and fall seminars covering selected topics in orgonomy, and on the work of Wilhelm Reich.

These seminars provide a forum for the study of the tremendous legacy left to us by Wilhelm Reich.  This legacy, the science of orgonomy, has wide application in many of the social and physical sciences, but unfortunately remains mostly unheard of or misrepresented to this day. Yet Reich's work has predated, as well as been the foundation for, many of the ideas which currently have become more acceptable in today's sciences of psychology, medicine, social  psychology, as well as other areas like biology and animal behavior.

The seminar is open to the general public and the interested professional. No prior background in orgonomy or the work of Wilhelm Reich is required.





Half-Day Conference: March 9, 2013 in NYC




A conference to mark the publication of the fourth and final volume of Dr.
Reich's auto-biographical writings, letters and journals; Where's The Truth?
and place it in the context of the first three volumes already in print.


Speakers: Dr. James Strick, Kevin Hinchey, Dr. Philip Bennett, and Dr. Harry
Lewis. Other participants to be announced.


Co-sponsored by: The Institute for the Study of the Work of Wilhelm Reich
and The Institute for Orgonomic Science.





Date: Saturday, March 9, 2012


Location: Village Community School, 272 W 10th Street, New York, NY. 10014


(Between Greenwich and Washington Streets)


Time: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM.




Event is open to all and is free.




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For further information call Dr. Harry Lewis at (212) 675-6592.



For a list of video recordings of past seminars given by the Institute for the Study of the Work of Wilhelm Reich which are available for purchase click here.