Dr. Allan N. Schore

Curriculum Vitae

Presentations by Year

2004 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 2004

University of California at Los Angeles Graduate Program in Clinical Psychology

Invited Lecture to course on Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: “Affect regulation and The repair of the self.”

Los Angeles, CA

January 2004

Futurehealth Winter Brain Meeting

Keynote Address: “Attachment, the right brain, and the origin of self-regulation.” Workshop: “The enduring impact of attachment trauma on the developing right brain: Disorders of self-regulation.”

Palm Springs, CA

February 2004

4th Annual James Grotstein Conference, "I Feel Therefore I Am!: The Growing Importance of Affects for Psychoanalysis." University of California at Los Angeles

Co-presenter with Antonio Damasio, M.D., Peter Fonagy, Ph.D., and James Grotstein, M.D. Address, “Affect regulation and the right brain: linking neuroscience to psychoanalysis, the science of unconscious processes”

Los Angeles, CA

February 2004

3rd Annual Attachment Conference, Trauma, Traumatic Attachments and Borderline Personality: Implications for Clinical Treatment. UCLA Extension and Lifespan Learning, Sponsors, University of California at Los Angeles

Co-presenter with Bessel van der Kolk, M.D., Karlen Lyons-Ruth, Ph.D., Howard Steele, Ph.D., Francine Shapiro, Ph.D., James Masterson, M.D., and Alicia Lieberman, Ph.D. Address, “Advances in regulation theory: The role of attachment trauma and right brain development in the etiology and treatment of borderline personality disorder.”

Los Angeles, CA

March 2004

American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting

Symposium, Psychotherapy and Psychopharmacology: Dissolving the mind-brain barrier APA Symposium, “Current Concepts of the Neurobiology of the Self”, Co-presenter with Joseph LeDoux, Ph.D., Julian Keenan, Ph.D., and Todd Feinberg, M.D. Presentation: “Affect regulation, the right hemisphere, and the self."

New York, NY

May 2004

Loyola University of Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, Neuroscience Program and Pediatric Behavioral Divisions

Grand Rounds Presentation, “Developmental neurobiology and psychopathogenesis: The impact of early relational trauma on the developmental trajectory of the right brain.”

Chicago, IL

May 2004

International Society on Infant Studies Annual Conference

Symposium, “Neural mechanisms of attachment and early self regulation”. Co-presenter with Jaak Panksepp, Ph.D., Stephen J. Suomi, Ph.D., Don Tucker, Ph.D.,and Jennifer Ablow, Ph.D. Presentation: “Dysregulation of the right brain: A fundamental mechanism of traumatic attachment and the psychopathogenesis of posttraumatic stress disorder.”

Chicago, IL

May 2004

Annual Meeting, Society for Advanced Brain Analysis, Sterman-Kaiser Imaging

Keynote Address: “The right brain, attachment experiences, and the origin of self-regulation.”

Santa Catalina Island, CA

June 2004

21st Annual Cape Cod Summer Symposia, New England Educational Institute

Week-long Program “Affect regulation and the repair of the self”

Cape Cod, MA

July 2004

Santa Barbara Graduate Institut

Graduation address Two day workshop with faculty and students: “Recent advances in neuroscience and attachment theory: Relevance to prenatal, perinatal, and somatic psychology.”

Santa Barbara, CA

July 2004

WSB 98.5 FM, National Public Radio

Radio Interview on “Choosing Life: Addictions, Mental Health and Recovery,” Suzi Marsh, Host.

Atlanta, GA

July 2004

Third International Conference on the Dialogical Self

Co-presenter with Leslie Greenberg, Ph.D., Hubert Hermans, Ph.D., Jaan Valsiner Ph.D., and Jeffrey Arnett, Ph.D. Keynote Address. “Dialogue between neurobiological research on the development of the self and the theory of the dialogical self.”

Warsaw, Poland

August 2004

GGZ Drenthe Trauma Conference, “The Broken Self: Theory, Research and Treatment of Chronic Traumatization”

Co-presenter with Ellert Nijenhuis, Ph.D., Christine Courtois, Ph.D., Martin Sack, M.D., Johan den Boer, M.D., and Thomas Ehling, M.D. Plenary Address. “Regulation of the right brain: a fundamental mechanism of attachment, trauma, and psychotherapy.”Workshop: “The right hemisphere is dominant in clinical work: implications of recent neuroscience for psychotherapists"

Assen, Netherlands

September 2004

All About Psychotherapy http://www.allaboutpsychotherapy.com/

An interview with Dr. Allan N. Schore

September 2004

Los Angeles Chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

Invited Address “Recent advances in attachment theory and neuroscience: implications for psychotherapy.”

Los Angeles, CA

September 2004

Association of Autonomous Psychoanalytic Institutes, 2004 Annual Meeting, “The Interplay of Implicit and Explicit Processes in Psychoanalysis,”

Co-presenter with Jim Fosshage, Ph.D, Wilma Bucci, Ph.D, and Steve Knoblauch, Ph.D.Plenary Address. “The essential role of the right brain in the implicit self: Development, psychopathogenesis, and psychotherapy”

New York, NY

October 2004

National Institute for the Psychotherapies Training Institute

Workshop. “The enduring impact of attachment trauma on the developing right brain:Disorders of self-regulation”

New York, NY

October 2004

UCLA-Santa Monica Medical Center Stuart House/Rape Treatment Center

Address "Dysregulation of the right brain: A fundamental mechanism of traumatic attachment and the psychopathogenesis of posttraumatic stress disorder”

Santa Monica, CA

October 2004

12thAnnual Santa Fe Symposia, New England Educational Institute

Week-long Program “Affect regulation and the repair of the self”

Sante Fe, NM

October 2004