Dr. Allan N. Schore

Curriculum Vitae

Presentations by Year

2003 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 2003

R. Cassidy Seminars

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

Los Angeles, CA

January 2003

Pediatric Therapy Network, Fourth Annual Research Conference

Featured Speaker, “The developmental neurobiology of social communication.”

San Pedro, CA

February 2003

Conference, New Developments in Attachment Theory: Applications to Clinical Practice. UCLA Extension and Lifespan Learning, Sponsors, University of California at Los Angeles

Co-presenter with Daniel Stern, M.D., Daniel Siegel, M.D., Edward Tronick, Ph.D.., Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D., and Sir Richard Bowlby. Address, “The right hemisphere is dominant in clinical work: implications of recent neuroscience for psychotherapists.”

Los Angeles, CA

March 2003

R. Cassidy Seminars

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

Sacramento, CA

March 2003

R. Cassidy Seminars

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

Chicago, IL

April 2003

Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota

Invited meeting with faculty and students, Alan Sroufe Ph.D., Chair.

Minneapolis, MN

April 2003

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

Invited Panel: “Trauma and neuroscience: bringing the body more deeply into psychoanalysis.”Co-presenter with Stephen Seligman, D.M.H. Invited Panel: “On the Early Origins of Hopelessness and Hope: Clinical Contributions from Developmental Neuropsychoanalysis.” Co-presenter with Stephen Seligman, D.M.H. Presentation, “Enduring Impact of Early Relational Trauma on the Right Brain, the Biological Substrate of the Human Unconscious.” Panel, Chair: "Attachment and the Developing Brain: Implications for Trauma,Creativity and Psychotherapy," with Paula Thompson Ph.D., Sondra Goldstein, Ph.D., andSusan Thau, Ph.D.

Minneapolis, MN

April 2003

University of California at Los Angeles Graduate Program in Clinical Psychology

Invited Lecture to course on Psychodynamic psychotherapy, “Recent advances in attachment theory and neuroscience: implications for psychotherapy.”

Los Angeles, CA

May 2003

American Psychiatric Association 156th Annual Meeting

Course: ”Self-regulation: The brain and the power of the healing relationships”. Co-presenter with Daniel Siegel, M.D.

San Francisco, CA

May 2003

MacLean Hospital, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

Major Teachers of Psychotherapy Program – Invited Lecture, “Recent advances in attachment theory and neuroscience: implications for clinical models of the psychotherapy process”Grand Rounds, “The right brain is dominant in clinical work”

Belmont, MA

May 2003

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

Co-presenter with Joseph LeDoux, M.D., Frank Putnam, M.D., Ellert Nijenhuis, Ph.D., Alicia Lieberman, Ph.D., Robert Lifton, Ph.D., and Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.. Plenary Address: “Regulation of the right brain: a fundamental mechanism of attachment, trauma, dissociation, and psychotherapy.”

Boston, MA

May 2003

Northwest Alliance for Psychoanalytic Studies / Seattle Psychoanalytic Society and Institute / Hogeness Auditorium, Univiversity of Washington

All day workshop “Affect regulation and the repair of the self.” Lectures: “The right hemisphere is dominant in clinical work: implications of recent neuroscience for psychotherapists" and “Very recent advances in trauma and neuroscience: bringing the body more deeply into psychoanalysis.”

Seattle, WA

June 2003

Santa Barbara Graduate Institute

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

Santa Barbara, CA

July 2003

Family and Addiction Conferences and Educational Seminars

Keynote Address: “Affect regulation and the repair of the self.” Workshop: “The enduring impact of relational trauma on the developing right brain.” Co-presentation: “Clinical applications of recent advances in the science of psychotherapy”, with Dr. James Masterson

Las Vegas, NV

September 2003

National Meeting of the Targeted Capacity Expansion-Prevention Early Intervention Grantee Group, National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention,Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Department of Health and

Plenary Address “Implications of current advances in developmental neuroscience for early intervention programs.” Consultant to SAMHSA on early relational trauma.

Washington, DC

September 2003

Wright Institute, the Alameda County Psychological Association, and the Masterson Institute Alumni Association

All day workshop: ìAttachment, Neuroscience, and Treatment: A Clinicianís Guide to Understanding and Using Affect Regulation.”

Oakland, CA

November 2003