Dr. Allan N. Schore

Calendar

Upcoming Presentations

September 2017

Washington, DC

Health Resources and Services Administration, Home Visiting & Early Childhood Systems Maternal and Child Health Bureau

Address, "All Our Sons: The Developmental Biology and Neuroendocrinology of Boys at Risk".

September 2017

Washington, DC

Georgetown University School of Medicine

Grand rounds in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

September 2017

London, UK

nScience UK Workshop

Master class, "The Growth-Promoting Role of Mutual Regressions in Deep Psychotherapy."

September 2017

Dublin, Ireland

nScience UK Workshop

Two day workshop, "The science of the art of psychotherapy."

September 2017

Oslo, Norway

Invited Address & Public Lecture

Address, "The first 1,000 days of life: A critical period for shaping our emotional selves and social brains."

October 2017

Fresno, CA

San Joaquin Valley Psychological Association Annual Meeting

One-day workshop, "The science of the art of psychotherapy."

October 2017

New York, NY

Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies: Congress on Attachment and Trauma

Address, "The growth-promoting role of mutual regression in deep psychotherapy."

November 2017

Dallas, TX

Dallas Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

One day workshop, "The science of the art of psychotherapy."

November 2017

Chicago, IL

Santa Fe Boys Educational Foundation Institute on Early Life Origins of Violent Behavior in Males

Research and development of national conference.

Recent Presentations

May 2017

Chicago, IL

Yellowbrick's 10th Anniversary Conference, in conjunction with The Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis

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Keynote Address, "Creativity in Psychotherapy: An Adaptive Function of the Right Brain Unconscious."

Workshop, "The science of the art of psychotherapy."

April 2017

London, Ontario

Marion Woodman, Jung, and Neuroscience Conference - Brain, Mind, and Body: Trauma, Neurobiology, and the Healing Relationship - University of Western Ontario

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Address, "The right brain is dominant in psychotherapy: The role of interpersonal creativity in the treatment of attachment trauma."

April 2017

New York, NY

American Psychological Association Division of Psychoanalysis Annual Conference: "The Times, They Are A-Changin'.... How About Us?"

Keynote Address, "Moving Forward: New Findings on the Right Brain and their Implications for Psychoanalysis."

April 2017

Los Angeles, CA

28th Annual RIE Infant/Toddler Conference for Parents and Professionals

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Keynote address, "The Development of the Right Brain Across the Lifespan: What's Love Got to Do with It?"

March 2017

La Jolla, CA

Santa Fe Boys Educational Foundation Institute on Early Life Origins of Violent Behavior in Males

December 2016

New Orleans, LA

Zero to Three Pre-Conference

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Panel, "Little Boys, Later Life: What We Need to Know."
Address, "All Our Sons: The Developmental Biology and Neuroendocrinology of Boys at Risk".

October 2016

Chicago, IL

The Joseph Palumbo Center for Neuroscience & Psychoanalytic Social Work at the Institute for Clinical Social Work

Invited lecture, "Boys at Risk: Gender's Influence on the Developing Brain".

September 2016

Rome, Italy

Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies: Congress on Attachment and Trauma

Address, "The development of the right brain across the life span: What's love got to do with it."

June 2016

Berkeley, CA

The Sanville Institute for Clinical Social Work and Psychotherapy

Doctor of Humane Letters.

June 2016

Melbourne, Australia

Australia Childhood Foundation Conference

Plenary address, "The developmental neurobiology and psychology of boys at risk."
Workshop, "Creativity and psychotherapy: An adaptive function of the right brain unconscious."

May 2016

London, UK

nscience UK Workshop

Two day workshop, "Affect regulation theory: Clinical applications."

May 2016

London, UK

Khiron House Trauma Healing Clinic

Two day workshop, "The science of the art of psychotherapy."

April 2016

New York, NY

Fifth Annual PsyBc New York Conference on Affect Regulation, CUNY Graduate Center

Address, "The right brain is dominant in psychotherapy: The role of interpersonal creativity in the treatment of attachment trauma."

March 2016

Los Angeles, CA

UCLA Lifespan Annual Interpersonal Neurobiology Conference, "The Cultural Lens: Identity, Empowerment and Diversity in Psychotherapy."

Address, "The early enduring imprints of culture: The developmental neurobiology and psychology of boys at risk."

January 2016

Los Angeles, CA

The Sanville Institute for Clinical Social Work and Psychotherapy Winter Convocation

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Plenary address, "The right brain is dominant in psychotherapy: The role of interpersonal creativity in the treatment of attachment trauma."

November 2015

Santa Fe, NM

Conference: "The Psychology of Boys at Risk: Indicators from 0-5"

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Keynote address, "The Developmental Neurobiology and Psychology of Boys at Risk."

October 2015

Davis, CA

1st Annual Thomas L. Morrison Endowment for Excellence in Psychotherapy Education Lecture, University of California at Davis

Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Grand Rounds, "The Right Brain Unconscious and Creativity in Psychotherapy".

September 2015

Rome, Italy

Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies: Congress on Attachment and Trauma - Personality Development and Psychotherapy

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Address, "The right brain is dominant in psychotherapy."

September 2015

London, UK

The John Bowlby 25th Anniversary Event: An International Conference in Celebration of John Bowlby's Work

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Allan Schore in Conversation with Elizabeth Howell on Attachment/Neuroscience.

June 2015

Claremont, CA

Conference, "Seizing an Alternative: Toward an Ecological Civilization."

Panel, "The impact of civilization on the human psyche."

May 2015

Hanover, NH

Early Childhood Mental Health Network of the Upper Valley

Workshop, "Relational trauma and the development of the right brain."

May 2015

Hanover, NH

Dartmouth College

Pediatric Grand Rounds at Geisel School of Medicine, “The interpersonal neurobiological origins of emotional well-being and health.”

Workshop, "Where do children’s minds come from? The relational origins of emotional well-being."

Public lecture, "Promoting life-long health: The psychological roots of physical well-being."

Public lecture, "The development of the right brain across the lifespan: What's love got to do with it?"

May 2015

Burlington, VT

NFI Vermont

Workshops, "Early right brain affect regulation and the relational origins of emotional well-being" and "Relational trauma and the development of the right brain. The neurobiology of broken attachment bonds."

May 2015

Manchester, NH

Southern New Hampshire University

Workshop, "The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy."

May 2015

Oxnard, CA

Ventura County Behavioral Health Conference on Neuroscience and Mental Health

Keynote Address, "The Development of the Right Brain Across the Lifespan: What's Love Got to Do With It?"

Keynote Address, "Working in the Right Brain: A Regulation Model of Clinical Expertise for Working with Attachment Trauma."

March 2015

Los Angeles, CA

UCLA Lifespan Annual Interpersonal Neurobiology Conference, "Integrating Play, Creativity and Mindfulness in Psychotherapy: How Neuroscience Informs Clinical Treatment"

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Address, "The right brain in therapeutic creativity, connection, and play."

September 2014

Oslo, Norway

Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences

Public Lecture, "The Most Important Years in Life: Our beginnings"

September 2014

London, UK

Terapia Centre

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Master Class with Allan Schore: The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy.

September 2014

London, UK

Family Law Meets Attachment Science - Making Better Decisions for Children, Portcullis House, British Parliament

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Address, "Recent discoveries in developmental neuroscience: Legal and political implications."

September 2014

Brighton, UK

The Centre for Emotional Development, University of Brighton

"A one day masterclass with Dr. Allan Schore: The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy."

September 2014

Rome, Italy

Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies: Congress on Trauma and Attachment

Address: "A paradigm shift in the therapeutic approach to clinical enactments."

August 2014

Melbourne, Australia

Childhood Trauma: Understanding the basis of change and recovery, Australian Childhood Foundation Conference

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Plenary Address: "Early right brain regulation and the relational origins of emotional wellbeing."

Keynote Presentation: "The development of the right brain across the lifespan: What's love got to do with it?"

One Day Masterclass: "The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy"

May 2014

Seoul, Korea

Institute of Applied Behaviour Analysis & Korean Society of Sandplay Therapy

Two Day Workshop, "The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy."

April 2014

Hastings, NE

Brain Team Conference, Young Minds - Our Future. A Symposium on Early Childhood and Brain Development

Keynote address and workshop, "The Enduring Impact of Right Brain Development on Affect Regulation."

March 2014

Monterey, CA

Forensic Mental Health Association of California 39th Annual Conference: The Joining of Art and Science

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Workshops: "Early right brain affect regulation and the relational origins of emotional well-being," and "Relational trauma, right brain affect dysregulation and the origins of a predisposition to violence."

March 2014

Camarillo, CA

20th Annual Carpe Diem Conference, Ventura County Office of Education

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Keynote Presentation: "Early right brain affect regulation and the relational origins of emotional well-being." Session: "Relational trauma and the development of the right brain. The neurobiology of broken attachement bonds."

March 2014

Los Angeles, CA

UCLA Lifespan Annual Interpersonal Neurobiology Conference, “Affect Regulation and the Healing of the Self: Celebrating Twenty Years of the Work of Allan Schore."

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Presenters: Sir Richard Bowlby, Philip Bromberg, Drew Pinsky, Dan Siegel, Christopher Lawford Kennedy, and others.

February 2014

Pasadena, CA

Fuller Theological Seminary Travis Research Institute 25th Anniversary Lecture

"The development of the right brain across the lifespan: What's love got to do with it?"

January 2014

Northridge, CA

Korean Broadcasting System of South Korea

Interview: "KBS Panorama: Happy memories from before age 3 that determine a lifetime."

November 2013

London, UK

Meeting with Mindful Policy Group, House of Commons, Parliament

Invited guest of Tim Loughton MP.

November 2013

London, UK

Confer, Tavistock Clinic

"The early bonds of mutual love. One Day Seminar with Professor Allan Schore."

November 2013

Stavanger, Norway

Schizophrenia Days Conference

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Plenary Address: "Early right brain regulation and the relational origins of emotional well-being". Clinical Workshops on The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy: "A regulation model of clinical expertise for working with attachment trauma," and "A paradigm shift in the therapeutic approach to clinical enactments."

November 2013

New York, NY

Fourth Annual PsyBc New York Conference on Affect Regulation, CUNY Graduate Center

Co-presenter with Jaak Panksepp, Steve Porges, and Pat Ogden. Address, "The development of the right brain across the lifespan: What's love got to do with it?"

October 2013

Berkeley, CA

Wright Institute

One Day Workshop: "Working in the Right Brain: A Clinical Model of Expertise for Working with Attachment Trauma," and "A Paradigm Shift in the Therapeutic Approach to Enactments."

October 2013

Boston, MA

New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation

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Master Class, "Therapeutic Enactments: Interpersonal Neurobiological Analysis of Case Material"

October 2013

Boston, MA

New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation

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One Day Clinical Workshop: "Working in the right brain: a regulation model of clinical expertise for treatment of attachment trauma,” and “A paradigm shift in the therapeutic approach to clinical enactments.”

April 2013

Boston, MA

Annual Meeting of APA Division 39 (Psychoanalysis)

“Dissociation, Regulation, and Self-Other Fragmentation: A Self-State Roundtable.” Panel with Philip Bromberg and Adrienne Harris.

April 2013

Toronto, Canada

Institute for the Advancement of Self Psychology

Day Long Workshop, “The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy.”

April 2013

Toronto, Canada

Sick Children's Hospital, “Expanding Horizons For the Early years; Promoting Mental Health From Conception and Beyond.”

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Plenary Address Pre-Institute Workshop, “Modern Attachment Theory: The Enduring Impact of Right Brain Development on Affect Regulation.”

March 2013

Los Angeles, CA

UCLA Lifespan Conference, "How People Change. Relationships & Neuroplasticity in Psychotherapy."

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Address, "The Development of the Right Brain Across the Lifespan: What’s Love Got to Do with it?"

November 2012

Santiago, Chile

International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

Address: "Therapeutic Enactments: Working in Right Brain Windows of Affect Tolerance."

November 2012

Santiago, Chile

University of Chile

Two Day Workshop: "Early Right Brain Affect Regulation and the Origins of Emotional Well-Being", "Right Brain Affect Dysregulation, Relational Trauma, and Psychopathogenesis" and "Culture and Psychopathogenesis: Perspective of Modern Attachment Theory."

November 2012

Santiago, Chile

University of Chile, Department of Psychiatry

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Address, "A Paradigm Shift in the Therapeutic Approach to Clinical Enactments."

November 2012

Montevideo, Uruguay

ATI (Atencion y Desarrollo a la Temprana Infancia y a su familiao), Catholic University

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2 day workshop: "Early Right Brain Affect Regulation and the Origins of Emotional Well-Being," and "Right Brain Affect Dysregulation, Relational Trauma, and Psychopathogenesis" and "Culture and Psychopathogenesis: Perspective of Modern Attachment Theory."

October 2012

London, England

CONFER presents Professor Allan Schore

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Two day workshop, "The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy: Reaching a deeper understanding of why and how psychotherapy works."

October 2012

Rome, Italy

Italian Society of Psychoanalysis and Sapienza University of Rome

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2 day workshop: Addresses, "Working in the Right Brain: A Clinical Model of Expertise for Working with Attachment Trauma," and "A Paradigm Shift in the Therapeutic Approach to Enactments."

September 2012

Las Vegas, NV

U.S. Journal Training 18th Annual Counseling Skills Conference

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Workshop, "The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy."

August 2012

Carpenteria, CA

Pacifica Graduate Institute

Lectures, "Working in the right brain: a regulation model of clinical expertise for treatment of attachment trauma."
"Therapeutic enactments: working in right brain windows of affect tolerance."

July 2012

Portland, ME

Master Class with Allan Schore

2 day workshop

June 2012

Chicago, IL

Association of Family and Conciliation Courts 2012 Conference, Attachment, Brain Science and Children of Divorce: The ABCDs of Child Development for Family Law

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Plenary address, "Attachment and brain development: The micro context." Workshop, "The interpersonal neurobiology of attachment."

May 2012

Toronto, Canada

Roots of Empathy Conference

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Plenary address, "Modern attachment theory: The enduring impact of early right brain development on affect regulation."

May 2012

Los Angeles, CA

Advokids' Multi-Disciplinary Symposium, Early Childhood Mental Health & Development: Science Driving Practice in Juvenile Dependency Court

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Address, "Recent discoveries in the interpersonal neurobiology of attachment: Implications for the mental health and legal professions."

March 2012

Los Angeles, CA

UCLA Lifespan Conference, Toward a New Psychology of Interpersonal Relationships

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Address, "Perspectives from regulation theory: Early brain development and the increased prevalence of severe mental disorders in U.S. youth."

February 2012

Scottsdale, Arizona

7th Annual International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals

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Plenary Address: "Working in the right brain: A regulation model of clinical expertise for treatment of attachment trauma."