Dr. Allan N. Schore

Curriculum Vitae

Presentations by Year

2008 Presentations

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

Keynote address: “A regulation model of clinical expertise: Working with attachment trauma and right brain unconscious affect”

New York, NY

November 2008

25th Anniversary Conference of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation

Plenary address: “Right brain affect regulation: an essential mechanism of development, trauma, dissociation and psychotherapy”

Chicago, IL

November 2008

Marion Woodman Jung and Neuroscience Conference, Brain, Mind, and Body: Trauma, Neurobiology, and the Healing Relationship, University of Western Ontario

Keynote address: “Implications of current neuroscience and attachment theory for clinical models of dissociation”

London, Ontario, Canada

October 2008

2008 Congress of the Ordre des Psychologues du Québec, Current and Future Trends in Psychology, Québec Psychological Association

Keynote address: “The paradigm shift: the right brain and the relational unconscious” Workshop: “Right brain affect regulation: an essential mechanism of psychotherapy”

Montreal, Canada

October 2008

U.S. Journal Training 3rd Annual Conference Neuroscience Meets Recovery

Keynote address and workshop: “Affect regulation and the repair of the self: The right hemisphere is dominant in psychotherapy”

Las Vegas, NV

September 2008

Kris-Och Traumacentrum, Danderyd Hospital, Karolinska Institute

Two day workshop: “The science of the art of psychotherapy”

Stockholm, Sweden

September 2008

Stockholm Institute Of Education

Address: “Affect regulation and the repair of the self: applications to the change process of psychotherapy”

Stockholm, Sweden

September 2008

California Association of Marital and Family Therapists 44th Annual Conference, Controversy: Current Debates Within a Changing Profession

Workshop: “Right brain attachment and affect regulation: Central mechanisms of psychotherapeutic change”

Los Angeles, CA

May 2008

Division of Psychoanalysis (39) of the American Psychological Association 28th Annual Spring Meeting, Conference, Knowing, Not-Knowing & Sort-of-Knowing

Scientific Awardee Address, “The paradigm shift: the right brain and the relational unconscious” Co-presenter with Wilma S. Bucci, PhD, James L. Fosshage, PhD. And Sandra Hershberg, MD on panel, “How do we come to know and how do we change what we know? The role of implicit and explicit learning in contemporary psychoanalysis. Presentation, “The right brain implicit self lies at the core of psychoanalysis”

New York, NY

April 2008

Loma Linda University Center Conference, Strengthening Families in the 21st Century: Health, Wholeness, and Faith

Plenary Address: “Recent scientific advances in attachment theory: relevance for strengthening families”

Loma Linda, CA

April 2008

UCLA Lifespan Conference, Adult Attachment in Clinical Context: Applications of the Adult Attachment Interview

Address: “Integrating attachment, affect regulation and neurobiology: Implications for research and treatment” Preconference workshop: “Regulation theory and the paradigm shift: from conscious cognition to unconscious affect”

Los Angeles, CA

March 2008

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2nd Annual Therapeutic and Alcohol/Drug INTERVENTIONS Conference

Keynote address and Workshop: “The Personality Disorders Through the Lens of Attachment Theory and the Neurobiologic Development of the Self: A Clinical Integration”

Las Vegas, NV

March 2008

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