Godehard Oepen, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.P.A.
Dr. Godehard Oepen was born and raised in West-Germany. He studied Medicine in Marburg, Fribourg/Switzerland, and Freiburg. After his term in the military, he completed a Residency Training in Neurology, obtained a PH.D. degree in Clinical Neurophysiology, and a second Residency Training in Psychiatry at the Albert-Ludwigs-University in Freiburg, Germany, where he then served as Senior Clinician and Associate Professor.
In 1989, Dr. Oepen continued his research and clinical activities in Boston at Harvard University, where he under went another required residency training in American Psychiatry at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School (HMS), including a rotation in Behavioral Neurology at Beth Israel Hospital, HMS.
His more than 110 articles, book chapters and three edited books cover a wide range of topics, from neuropsychiatric illness (Huntington’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, MS, Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder) to Borderline Personality Disorder, Psychopharmacology, and Philosophical Issues in Psychiatry.
After four years at the Bedford VA Hospital and two years as Medical Director of the Harvard North Shore Geriatric Psychiatry Program in Salem/MA, Dr. Oepen joined Alabama Psychiatric Services in 1999 and is now Assistant Medical Director for Clinical Services and Education at APS, coordinating APS’ CME Program and treatment quality issues, resulting in the publication of APS outcome data in two posters and two peer-reviewed articles.
G. Pennington: Die Tafeln von Chartres - eine archaische Meditationstechnik und ihre Bedeutung für die moderne Bewußtseins- und Hemisphärenforschung, in: Psychiatrie des rechten und linken Gehirns, Hsg. G. Oepen, im Dt. Ärzte Verlag, Köln 1988http://www.amazon.de/Psychiatrie-rechten-linken-Gehirns-Godehard/dp/3769101723/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1293105274...
Ich werde mir das Buch nicht kaufén, finde auch nichts online dazu, aber es scheint als hätte Herr Oepen nicht die selben Vorbehalte wie Du? @geeky