Dr. Allan N. Schore

Curriculum Vitae

Presentations by Year

2007 Presentations

Fifth Annual Conference, Children in Trauma: Frontiers of Trauma Treatment, California State University, Chico

Two Day workshop “Recent advances in neuroscience, attachment theory, and traumatology: Implications for psychotherapists and related professions”

Chico, CA

January 2007

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

Two Day workshop, Right brain attachment and affect regulation: a central mechanism of psychodynamic psychotherapy”

Los Angeles, CA

February 2007

The Therapeutic Action of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Current Concepts of Cure, Harvard Medical School

Invited Address “Right brain attachment and affect regulation: a central mechanism of psychodynamic psychotherapy”

Boston, MA

April 2007

CONFER Trauma Conference

Plenary Address: “Why the right brain is dominant in working with trauma and the body: The primacy of affect” and “Attachment trauma and the developing right brain: origins of pathological dissociation”

London, England

September 2007

CONFER Seminars on Borderline Personality Disorders, Brunei Gallery

Lecture: “Borderline personality disorder: a maturational failure of the right brain”

London, England

September 2007

Genoa Science Festival

Plenary Address: “The interpersonal neurobiological origins of curiosity: An essential human activity”

Genoa, Italy

September 2007

“The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy: Psychotherapy for the 21st Century.”

Two Day workshop, Right brain attachment and affect regulation: a central mechanism of psychodynamic psychotherapy”

Helsinki, Finland

September 2007

Santa Barbara Psychological Association

Workshop, “Right brain affect regulation: an essential mechanism of psychotherapy”

Santa Barbara, CA

October 2007

Group Psychotherapy Association of Southern California

Recipient of VIDA Award Keynote address, “Understanding affect dysregulation and disorders of the self: Facilitating Affect regulation and the repair of the self”

Los Angeles, CA

October 2007

Conference, Affect Regulation: Development, Trauma, and Treatment of the Brain-Mind-Body, Mt. Sinai Medical Center

Co-presenter with Ed Tronick PhD, Phillip Bromberg PhD, Beatrice Beebe PhD, Joe Lichtenberg MD, and Pat Ogden PhD. Address, “Right brain affect regulation: An essential mechanism of development, dissociation, and psychotherapy”

New York, NY

October 2007