Standards for Accreditation in Orgonomy
The Orgonomic Institute of Northern California (OINC) is the responsible body whose primary function is training Orgonomists, setting the standards and assessing qualification to practice orgonomic psychology. Accreditation in Orgonomy requires candidates to attend and complete graduate training, clinical internships and be licensed to practice as Psychologist, Psy.D, MFT, LCSW, RN.
The clinician must undergo and complete characterlogical and biophysical treatment under an accredited Orgonomist. Further the student must receive at least four years of didactic and experiential instruction and consistent clinical supervision by a qualified Orgonomist. The student must have a comprehensive understanding of the entire method, its theory and practice as taught and determined within OINC.