Dr. Allan N. Schore

Curriculum Vitae

Presentations by Year

2000 Presentations

Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Contemporary Child Analytic Program

Workshop: Early relationships, attachment and the developing brain: A workshop with Allan Schore, Ph.D. Presentations: “Psychoanalysis and the development of the right brain,”and “Relational trauma of the developing right brain and the origin of severe disorders of the self.”

Los Angeles, CA

January 2000

Center for Attachment-Based Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

Seventh Annual John Bowlby Memorial Lecture: “Attachment, the self-organizing brain, and psychoanalytic psychotherapy,” Invited address: “Traumatic attachment and the development of the right brain.”

London, England

March 2000

Tavistock Society of Psychotherapists, Tavistock Clinic

Scientific Meeting: “Projective identification - an interface of developmental psychoanalysis, neuropsychoanalysis, and clinical psychoanalysis.”

London, England

March 2000

Anna Freud Centre

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

London, England

March 2000

Masterson Institute for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy 24th Annual Conference, “Countertransference: Integrating Neurobiology and Psychology”

Keynote address: “Clinical implications of a psychoneurobiological model of projective identification”

San Francisco, CA

March 2000

Southern California Psychoanalytic Institute

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

Los Angeles, CA

March 2000

Hakomi Integrative Somatics

All-day workshop: “Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self and “Relational trauma of the developing right brain and the origin of severe disorders of the self.”

Boulder, CO

March 2000

Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, Annual Meeting

Keynote Address: “Early trauma and the development of the right brain” Plenary workshop: “Affect Regulation.”

Denver, CO

March 2000

Northern California Masterson Alumni Group

All-day institute:”Attachment, the developing brain, and psychoanalytic psychotherapy,”and “Relational trauma of the developing right brain and the origin of severe disorders of the self.”

Oakland, CA

April 2000

Marycliff Institute, Sacred Heart Medical Center

All-day workshop: “Emotion regulation and the repair of the self: Attachment and the developing brain”

Spokane, WA

April 2000

United States Association for Body Psychotherapy Annual Conference

Plenary Address: “Affect regulation and relationship in human development and psychotherapy: Affect, emotion and expression”.

San Francisco, CA

June 2000

Head Start’s Fifth National Research Conference, “Developmental and Contextual Transitions of Children and Families: Implications for Research, Policy, and Practice.”Department of Health and Human Services, Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health,

Plenary Address: “Parent-infant communication and the neurobiology of emotional development.”

Washington, DC

June 2000

EMDR Annual International Conference

Plenary address: “Traumatic attachment and the development of the right brain.” All day institute: “The neurobiology of attachment and the origin of the self: Implications for theory and practice.”

Toronto, Canada

September 2000

Child Guidance Clinic of Frederiksborg County

All day institute: “Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self

Denmark

October 2000

Danish Psychotherapeutic Society for Psychologists

All day institute: Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self

Copenhagen, Denmark

October 2000

San Joaquin Psychological Association

All day workshop: The neurobiology of attachment and the origin of the self: implications for the psychotherapeutic process.

Fresno, CA

October 2000

Austin Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology (ASPP), Chapter of Division 39 of the American Psychological Association

Lecture: Traumatic attachment and the development of the right brain. All-day workshop: Affect Regulation.

Austin, TX

November 2000

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

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

Sepulveda, CA

November 2000

International Conference, Healthy Children for the 21st Century. Healthy Children Foundation, Luxembourg and World Health Organization, Sponsors

Keynote address: “Healthy childhood and the development of the human brain.”

Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

November 2000

Los Angeles County Psychological Association Continuing Education Series

All-day workshop: “Affect regulation and the repair of the self.”

Los Angeles, CA

December 2000