Dr. Allan N. Schore

Curriculum Vitae

Presentations by Year

1999 Presentations

UCLA Child Care Services Outreach Program

Seminar: “Practical implications of brain research as it relates to infant/toddler development”

Los Angeles, CA

January 1999

Child Psychoanalysis Colloquium of the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute

Presentation: “Early trauma and the development of the right brain”.

San Francisco, CA

January 1999

Extension Division of the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, Program, “Dialogues in Contemporary Psychoanalysis”, Mount Zion Hospital

Presentation: “Affect regulation: A psychobiological bridge from molecules to mind”.

San Francisco, CA

January 1999

California Institute for Clinical Social Work Winter Colloquium, “The Many Faces of Trauma”

Presentation: “Early trauma and the development of the right brain”.

Studio City, CA

February 1999

9th Infant Development Association of California Annual Conference, “Enhancement, Innovation & Inspiration: Building Quality in Early Intervention”

Keynote Address: “Practical implications of brain research as it relates to infant/toddler development”.

Sacramento, CA

February 1999

Pepperdine University, Clinical Psychology Psychology Doctoral Program

Guest Lecturer: The neurobiology of affect

Culver City, CA

March 1999

Children’s Institute International Conference, “Understanding the Roots of Violence: Kids Who Kill”, Good Samaritan Hospital

Invited Presentation: “The development of a predisposition to violence: The critical roles of attachment disorders and the maturation of the right brain”.

Los Angeles, CA

March 1999

The New York Freudian Society, Program for the Study of Parent-Infant and Parent-Toddler Relationships and Dyadic Treatment, Anni Bergman, Ph.D., Chair

Invited presentation: “Affect regulation: A fundamental process of psychobiological development, Brain organization, and psychotherapy”.

New York, NY

March 1999

Study Group on Developmental Psychoanalysis, Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D., Chair

Invited presentation: “The experience-dependent maturation of a regulatory system in the orbitofrontal cortex”.

New York, NY

March 1999

Columbia University Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis Study Group

Discussant: “Early trauma and the development of the right brain”.

New York, NY

March 1999

The Masterson Institute for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

Invited presentation: “Early trauma and the development of the right brain”.

New York, NY

March 1999

Conference, “Psychological Trauma: Maturational Processes and Therapeutic Interventions”, Boston University School of Medicine

Co-presenter with Bessel van der Kolk, M.D. and Robert Post, M.D. Invited Address: “Early trauma and the development of the right brain”.

Boston, MA

April 1999

Clinical Social Work Federation, Annual Conference, “The Challenge of Change: The Future of Clinical Social Work and the Biopsychosocial Perspective”

Presentation: “Projective identification: A intrapsychic mechanism of right brain communication”.

Crystal City, VA

April 1999

Northwest Alliance for Psychoanalytic Study and The Seattle Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Virginia Mason Hospital

All day workshops: “The neurobiology of attachment and the origin of the self: Implications for theory and clinical practice,”and “Early trauma and the development of the right brain".

Seattle, WA

April 1999

Department of Child/Adolescent Psychiatry, Children’s & Women’s Health Center, British Columbia’s Children’s Hospital, University of British Columbia

Academic Rounds presentation: “Recent findings on the development of the emotional brain- an interface of infant psychiatry, neuropsychiatry, and clinical psychiatry.” Address: “Early trauma and the development of the right brain”.

Vancouver, Canada

April 1999

Spokane Society for Psychoanalytic Studies and Marycliff Instutute, Sacred Heart Medical Center

All-day workshop: “Attachment, the developing brain, & psychotherapy: The neurobiology of emotional development”

Spokane, WA

May 1999

Rand/UCLA Child and Adolescent Health Policy Seminar, Rand Corporation

Invited presentation: “Practical implications of brain research as it relates to infant/toddler development”.

Santa Monica, CA

May 1999

The Early Childhood Center, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Address: “Practical implications of brain research as it relates to infant/toddler development”.

Los Angeles, CA

June 1999

United States Air Force Psychiatry Services Clinic, Willford Hall Medical Center, Lackland Air Force Base

Distinguished Visiting Professor. Consulation to psychiatry and clinical psychology staffs. Workshop: “Affect regulation: A fundamental process of psychobiological development, brain organization, and psychotherapy”.

San Antonio, TX

October 1999

University of Texas Health Science Center

Grand Rounds Presentation: “Recent findings on the development of the emotional brain – an interface of infant psychiatry, neuropsychiatry, and clinical psychiatry”.

San Antonio, TX

October 1999

San Antonio Society for Psychoanalytic Studies

Presentation: “Early trauma and the development of the right brain”.

San Antonio, TX

October 1999

Psychoanalytic Society of New England East

Co-presenter with Charles Brenner, M.D. and Anna Aragno, Ph.D. Scientific Meeting: Psychoanalysis for the New Millennium: Proposals for a Unified Theory. Presentation: “Neuroscience, development, and clinical psychoanalysis”.

Needham, MA

October 1999

Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics

Scientific Section on Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Section Program Symposium: “Translating neuroscience: Early brain development and pediatric practice”.

Washington, DC

October 1999

Conference on Early Brain Development: Applying Science to Practice and Policy, Brandeis University

Co-presenter with Peter Gorski, M.D. and Jack Shonkoff, M.D. Presentation: “Practical applications of brain research as it relates to infant/toddler development”.

Waltham, MA

October 1999

Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Symposium: Attachment, trauma, and the developing mind, Co-presenter with Charles Zeanah, M.D. and Dan Siegel, M.D.Presentation: “The enduring effects of early trauma on the right brain”.

Chicago, IL

October 1999

Erikson Institute

Consultation with Staff and Faculty

Chicago, IL

October 1999

Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry

Scientific Meeting presentation: “Implications of developmental neuroscience for psychodynamic treatment”

Los Angeles, CA

November 1999

Lifespan Second Conference on “Understanding and Treating Trauma: Developmental and Neurobiological Approaches”, Co-participant with Daniel Siegel, M.D., and Francine Shapiro, Ph.D. UCLA Campus

Presentation: “Affect regulation and the repair of the self”.

Los Angeles, CA

November 1999

New South Wales Institute of Psychiatry

Invited presentations: “The right brain as the neurobiological substratum of Freud’s dynamic unconscious,” and “Attachment and the regulation of the right brain.”

Sydney, Australia

November 1999

Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists,Section of Psychotherapy

Two day workshop: “Affect regulation: A fundamental process of psychobiological development, brain, organization, and psychotherapy”.

Melbourne, Australia

November 1999

Howard Florey Institute, University of Melbourne

Workshop: The developing brain and the child in the world: An interactive workshop with Professor Allan Schore.

Melbourne, Australia

November 1999

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

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

Sepulveda, CA

November 1999

Zero to Three 14th Annual Training Conference

Invited symposium: “Parent-infant communication and the neurobiology of emotional development.”

Anaheim, CA

December 1999

The First North American International Psychoanalytic Association Regional Conference, Mt. Sinai Medical Center

Conference: “Neuroscience, Development, and Psychoanalysis”. Co-presenter with Daniel Stern, M.D., Robert Emde, M.D.,Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., Michael Posner, M.D., Myron Hofer, M.D., and Linda Mayes, Ph.D. Presentation: “Psychonalysis and the development of the right brain”

New York, NY

December 1999