Dr. Allan N. Schore

Curriculum Vitae

Presentations by Year

2002 Presentations

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

Jan – Jun 2002

The Cutting Edge Conference, Attachment: From Early Childhood Through the Lifespan. UCLA Extension and Lifespan Learning, Sponsors, University of California at Los Angeles

Co-presenter with Mary Main, Ph.D., Daniel Stern, M.D., Daniel Siegel, M.D., Alan Sroufe, Ph.D., Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., and Sir Richard Bowlby. Address: “Regulation of the right brain: a fundamental mechanism of attachment, trauma, dissociation, and psychotherapy.”

Los Angeles, CA

March 2002

8th Annual Self Psychology Conference of the Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis

All day workshop: “The role of the emotional brain: attachment, trauma, and clinical implications.” Co-presenter with Joseph Lichtenberg, M.D.

Washington, DC

March 2002

Munich Forum for New Developments in Psychoanalysis, International Meeting Center of Science

All-day workshop on the clinical implications of recent advances in neuropsychoanalysis: “Clinical implications of a psychoneurobiological model of projective identification.”

Munich, Germany

April 2002

Conference, Trauma und Traumafolgen im Lebenszyklus (Trauma within the life cycle). The German Institute of Psychotraumatology, the German Society of Psychotraumatology, and the Institute of Clinical Psychology, University of Cologne

Keynote address: “Dysregulation of the right brain: A fundamental mechanism of traumatic attachment and the psychopathogenesis of posttraumatic stress disorders”.Workshop: “Attachment, trauma, and affect regulation: Recent advances in theory and clinical practice.”

Cologne, Germany

April 2002

Annual Meeting, Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health, “Mind, Body and Soul: Nurturing the Whole Baby in a Complex World.” University of Michigan

Plenary address: “The effects of a secure attachment relationship on right brain development. affect regulation, and infant mental health.”Workshop: “Dysregulation of the right brain: a fundamental mechanism of traumtatic attachment and the psychopathogenesis of posttraumatic stress disorder.”

Ann Arbor, MI

April 2002

Foundation for Psychocultural Research - UCLA Center for Culture, Brain, and Development

Seminar: “The neurobiology of attachment.”

Los Angeles, CA

May 2002

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: “Regulation of the right brain: a fundamental mechanism of attachment, trauma, dissociation, and psychotherapy.”

New York, NY

May 2002

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

Invited presentation: “The effects of early relational trauma on right brain development.”

New York, NY

May 2002

Arnold Pfeffer Center for Neuro-Psychoanalysis at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, Mark Solms, Ph.D., Chair

Invited Presentation, “Dysregulation of the right brain: A fundamental mechanism of traumatic attachment and the psychopathogenesis of posttraumatic stress disorder.”

New York, NY

May 2002

American Academy of Pediatrics, UPDATE Audiocassette Recording

Moderator, Panel discussion, "Implications of recent advances in developmental neuroscience and attachment theory for the practicing pediatrician", with Daniel Siegel, M.D. and Divid Willis, M.D.

Los Angeles, CA

July 2002

Santa Barbara Graduate Institute

Two day workshop, “Developmental psychoneurobiology: Attachment and the development of the emotional brain.”

Santa Barbara, CA

July 2002

R. Cassidy Seminars

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

Seattle, WA

September 2002

Annual Conference, Developmental Interventions in Neonatal Care

Co-presenter with Heidelise Als, Ph.D. Plenary Addresses, “Interactive regulation: An organizing principle of prenatal and postnatal development,” “The impact of early relational trauma on the developmental trajectory of the right brain.”

San Francisco, CA

October 2002

International Conference on Humanistic Medicine, “Coming and Going”

Plenary Address, “Why the beginnings of life set the stage for everything that follows: The effects of a secure attachment relationship on right brain development.”

Garmisch-Paartenkirchen, Germany

October 2002

Annual Colloquium, 'Parent-Infant Psychotherapy: Clinical Perspectives from Psychoanalysis, Attachment and the Neurosciences.' Anna Freud Centre

Commentator on case presentations

London, England

November 2002

Fiftieth Anniversary of the Anna Freud Centre, International Scientific Colloquium “Creating Connections: Psycho-analyis, Neuroscience, and Development,”

Co-presenter with Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., Mark Solms, Ph.D., and Linda Mayes, M.D. Plenary Address, “A developmental neuropsychoanalytic re-appraisal of Anna Freud’s studies of borderline children.”

London, England

November 2002

R. Cassidy Seminars

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

Oakland, CA

December 2002