Dr. Allan N. Schore

Curriculum Vitae

Presentations by Year

2006 Presentations

R. Cassidy Seminars, Neurobiology and Attachment Theory In Psychotherapy: Psychotherapy for the 21st Century. Seattle Center

Two day workshop

Seattle, WA

January 2006

Fielding Graduate Institute Psychology Winter Program

Keynote Address.”The science of the art of psychotherapy.”

Santa Barbara, CA

January 2006

University of Southern California, Department of Psychiatry

Lecture to Psychiatry Residency Program

Los Angeles, CA

January 2006

Reiss Davis Child Study Center

Fourth Annual Edna Reiss-Sophie Greenberg Award Address: Recent advances in neuroscience, attachment theory, and traumatology: Implications for clinicians

Los Angeles, CA

January 2006

5th Annual Attachment Conference, “The Embodied Mind: Integration of the body, brain, and mind in clinical practice.”UCLA Extension and Lifespan Learning, Sponsors, University of California at Los Angeles

Co-presenter with Stephen Porges, Ph.D., Ed Tronick, Ph.D., Daniel Siegel, M.D., Onno van der Hart, Ph.D., Pat Ogden, Ph.D., Ruth Lanius, M.D., & Bessel van der Kolk, M.D..Address, “Attachment trauma and the developing right brain: origins of pathological dissociation.”

Los Angeles, CA

March 2006

California State Psychological Association, Annual Meeting

Keynote Address, “Recent Advances in Neuroscience, Attachment Theory, and Traumatology: Implications for Psychologists”Chair, Panels on Regulation Theory and Neurobiology of Psychopathogenesis, Psychotherapy, and Developmental Neurobiology

San Francisco, CA

March 2006

University of Kansas, Alderson Auditorium in the Student Union

Two Day Workshop "The science of the art of psychotherapy.”

Lawrence, Kansas

April 2006

Southeast Michigan Trauma & Dissociation Study Group Detroit

Co-presenter with Henry Krystal, M.D. One Day Workshop, “Recent Advances in Neuroscience, Attachment Theory, And traumatology: Implications for psychotherapists”

Detroit, MI

April 2006

Chicago Association of Psychoanalytic Psychology,Illinois Association of Clinical Social Workers, and the School of Social Science Administration at the University of Chicago, University of Chicago

One Day Workshop "The right hemisphere is dominant in clinical work: implications of recent neuroscience, attachment theory, and traumatology for psychotherapists”

Chicago, IL

April 2006

R. Cassidy Seminars, The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy: Psychotherapy for the 21st Century

Two day workshop

San Francisco, CA

May 2006

EEG Spectrum International Clinical Exchange Conference

Keynote Address and workshop

Woodland Hills, CA

May 2006

Anna Freud Centre

Consultation with staff on infant-parent psychotherapy

London, England

May 2006

CONFER presents Professor Allan Schore, University of London

Two Day Intensive Workshop, “The repair of the self: Psychotherapy for the 21st century.”

London, England

May 2006

4th International Biosynthesis Conference, “Building the Bridge Between Body, Mind, and Spirit,”

Co-presenter with Antonio Damasio, M.D., David Boadella, Ph.D., Silvia Boadella, Ph.D. Keynote Address, “The science of the art of psychotherapy.”

Lisbon, Portugal

June 2006

PsyBC presents “Allan Schore: The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy”, Mount Sinai Hospital

Two Day Workshop

New York, NY

June 2006

7th International Neuro-Psychoanalysis Congress, “Love and Lust in Attachment: Neuro-Psychoanalytic Perspective in Object Relations,”

Co-presenter with Jaak Panksepp, PhD, Stephen Suomi, PhD, and Helen Fisher PhD, Plenary Address, “Right brain attachment regulation: a fundamental domain of neuropsychoanalysis”

Los Angeles, CA

July 2006

Jung on the Hudson Summer Seminar, “Memory, Mind, and Myth: How We Heal,”

Co-presenter with Joseph Cambray PhD, Jeffrey Satinover MD, Jean Knox PhD, Tina Stromsted, PhD, and Margaret, Wilkinson, PhD. Three Day Workshop, “Recent advances in Neuroscience, Attachment and Trauma theory: Implications for Psychotherapists”

Rhinebeck, NY

July 2006

Smith College, Department of Social Work

Three Day Workshop with Judith Schore, PhD.

Northhampton, MA

July 2006

Rocky Mountain Play Therapy Institute Conference, University of Calgary

Two Day Workshop “Advances in attachment theory and early relational trauma.”

Calgary, Canada

September 2006

R. Cassidy Seminars, “The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy: Psychotherapy for the 21st Century.”

Two Day workshop

Cambridge, MA

October 2006

Westchester Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

Two Day Intensive Workshop

Mount Kisco, NY

October 2006

International Institute of Object Relations Therapy

Three Day Intensive Workshop, “Recent advances in neuropsychoanalysis: Impact on clinical practice.” Lectures, ”Contributions of regulation theory to developmental models of early object relations,” “The right brain is dominant in psychoanalytic treatment.

Washington, DC

October 2006

International Society of the Study of Dissociation 23rd Annual International Fall Conference

Panel with Robert Scaer MD, Steven Gold PhD, and Carol Low PsyD, "Developmental issues and dysregulation: Implications for dissociation as the perceptual and symptomatic state that defines trauma" Half day workshop with Pat Ogden, PhD,"Applications of advances in attachment theory and neuroscience to the study of pathological dissociation: Etiology, diagnosis, treatment"

Los Angeles, CA

November 2006