Dr. Allan N. Schore

Curriculum Vitae

Presentations by Year

2009 Presentations

Ben Franklin Institute Summit For Clinical Excellence

All-day workshop: "The science of the art of psychotherapy"

San Diego, CA

October 2009

American Psychological Association 2009 Annual Convention

Invited Plenary Address: “The paradigm shift: the right brain and the relational unconscious”

Toronto, Canada

August 2009

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EMDR International Association Conference

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

Atlanta, GA

August 2009

Department Of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Albert Einstein College Of Medicine, Beth Israel Hospital

Grand Rounds Presentation: “The paradigm shift: the right brain and the relational unconscious”

New York, NY

April 2009

UCLA Lifespan Conference, Current Approaches To The Treatment Of Trauma

Address: “Working in the right brain: A regulation model of clinical expertise for treatment of attachment trauma”

Los Angeles, CA

March 2009

Australian Childhood Foundation, “A Seminar with Allan Schore”

All-day workshop: “The neurobiology of childhood trauma and attachment”

Sydney, Australia

March 2009

Australian Childhood Foundation, “A Seminar with Allan Schore”

All-day workshop: “The neurobiology of childhood trauma and attachment”

Adelaide, Australia

March 2009

Australian Childhood Foundation, “A Seminar with Allan Schore”

All-day workshop: “The neurobiology of childhood trauma and attachment”

Brisbane, Australia

March 2009

Australian Childhood Foundation, “A Seminar with Allan Schore”

All-day workshop: “The neurobiology of childhood trauma and attachment”

Perth, Australia

March 2009

Australian Childhood Foundation, “A Seminar with Allan Schore”

All-day workshop: “The neurobiology of childhood trauma and attachment”

Melbourne, Australia

March 2009

Australian Childhood Foundation

Two day workshop: “The neurobiology of childhood trauma and attachment”

Melbourne, Australia

March 2009

American Association For Psychoanalysis In Clinical Social Work, 11th National Conference

Address: “Regulation theory: Integrating attachment and neurobiology into a model of the psychotherapy change process”

New York, NY

February 2009