Dr. Allan N. Schore

Curriculum Vitae

Presentations by Year

1997 Presentations

Boston Institute for the Development of Infants and Parent Annual Conference, Tufts University

Keynote Speaker: “The infant-parent relationship and regulation of emotions”.

Medford, MA

November 1997

Boston Psychoanalytic Infant Study Group, (Lou Sander, M.D., Arnold Modell, M.D., Edward Tronick, Ph.D., Virginia Demos, Ph.D., Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Ph.D.,Jeremy Nahum, M.D.)

Invited discussant: “The relevance of recent research on the infant brain to psychoanalysis”.

Boston, MA

November 1997

Los Angeles County Psychological Association, UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute

Workshop: Affect Regulation: A fundamental process of psychobiological development and Neurobiological organization. Implications for psychotherapy.

Los Angeles, CA

November 1997

University of Southern California School of Social Work

Co-presentation with Judith Schore, Ph.D. Presentation: “The relevance of recent research on the infant brain to social work”

Los Angeles, CA

October 1997

UCLA/San Fernando Valley Psychiatry Training Program, Veterans Administration Hospital

Academic year-long seminar on the integration of attachment theory, psychoanalysis, and neurobiology to third year psychiatric residents.

Sepulveda, CA

October 1997

The Southeast Florida Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology and the University of Miami Department of Psychiatry and Behvioral Science, “Psychoanalysis & Neuroscience: Contemporary Interdisciplinary Perspectives,” Bascom Palmer Eye Institute. Co-p

Invited paper: “One hundred years after Freud's Project for a Scientific Psychology - Is a rapprochement between psychoanalysis and neurobiology at hand?”

Miami, FL

October 1997

Columbia University Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis Study Group

Discussant: Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self.

New York, NY

October 1997

Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research/Columbia University

Invited presentation: “Psychobiological affect regulation: An essential mechanism of both development and psychoanalytic treatment.”

New York, NY

October 1997

Columbia University School of Medicine

Invited Grand Rounds presentation, Department of Psychiatry. Presentation: “The relevance of recent research on the infant brain to clinical psychiatry”.

New York, NY

October 1997

The Katan Center for Psychoanalytic Treatment

Presentation: “Understanding the emotional brain”, Co-presentation with Daniel Siegel, M.D.

Cleveland, OH

September 1997

UCLA Medical School, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Invited presentation to second year psychiatric residents: ‘The relevance of recent research on the infant brain to clinical psychiatry”.

Los Angeles, CA

September 1997

National Membership Committee in Social Work, 1997 National Conference

Keynote Speaker: “The neurodevelopmental aspects of projective identification,” Co-presentation with James Grotstein, M.D.

Seattle, WA

September 1997

New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

Three day workshop on the interface of psychoanalysis, infant development, and neurobiology. Lectures: “Developmental models”, “Neurobiology”, “Shame”, “Psychotherapy”, “Theoretical psychoanalysis”, “Psychopathogenesis”.

New York, NY

June 1997

Rapaport-Klein Study Group Annual Meeting, Austen Riggs Center

Invited presentation: “One hundred years after Freud's Project for a Scientific Psychology – Is a rapprochement between psychoanalysis and neurobiology at hand?”

Stockbridge, MA

June 1997

University of Nevada Medical School

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.Invited Grand Rounds presentation: “The relevance of recent research on the infant brain to clinical psychiatry.”

Reno, NV

May 1997

Michigan State University, School of Social Work, Advanced Practitioners Institute

Two day workshop: “Affect regulation and the repair of the self: Forging new connections between Neurobiology and psychotherapy.”

East Lansing, MI

April 1997

Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis

Seminar: “Developmental failures of affect regulation and the origin of primitive disorders.”

Los Angeles, CA

Jan – Mar 1997

Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, Annual Convention

Invited discussant.

San Diego, CA

March 1997

Newport Psychoanalytic Institute

Presentation: “Affect regulation and the repair of the self: The relevance of recent developmental research to the treatment of primitive emotional states.”

Newport Beach, CA

March 1997

New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

Two day colloquium: “Primitive emotional disorders: A new psychobiological model and its implications for treatment.”

New York, NY

February 1997

American Psychological Association, Division of Psychoanalysis (39) Spring Meeting

Co-participant with Bruce Perry, M.D., and Jim Grigsby, Ph.D.Invited panel: “The neurobiology of personality - The experience-dependent maturation of the limbic system and the origin of personality.”Invited panel: “The neurobiology of psychotherapy - Psychobiological affect regulation: An essential mechanism of both development and psychoanalytic treatment.”Presentation: “The neurobiology of chronic pain syndrome.”

Denver, CO

February 1997