Dr. Allan N. Schore

Curriculum Vitae

Presentations by Year

2015 Presentations

Fifth Annual PsyBc New York Conference on Affect Regulation, CUNY Graduate Center

Address, "The right brain is dominant in psychotherapy: The role of interpersonal creativity in the treatment of attachment trauma."

New York, NY

April 2016

Conference: "The Psychology of Boys at Risk: Indicators from 0-5"

Keynote address, "The Developmental Neurobiology and Psychology of Boys at Risk."

Santa Fe, NM

November 2015

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1st Annual Thomas L. Morrison Endowment for Excellence in Psychotherapy Education Lecture, University of California at Davis

Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences Grand Rounds, "The Right Brain Unconscious and Creativity in Psychotherapy".

Davis, CA

October 2015

Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies: Congress on Attachment and Trauma - Personality Development and Psychotherapy

Address, "The right brain is dominant in psychotherapy."

Rome, Italy

September 2015

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The John Bowlby 25th Anniversary Event: An International Conference in Celebration of John Bowlby's Work

Allan Schore in Conversation with Elizabeth Howell on Attachment/Neuroscience.

London, UK

September 2015

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Conference, "Seizing an Alternative: Toward an Ecological Civilization."

Panel, "The impact of civilization on the human psyche."

Claremont, CA

June 2015

Early Childhood Mental Health Network of the Upper Valley

Workshop, "Relational trauma and the development of the right brain."

Hanover, NH

May 2015

Dartmouth College

Pediatric Grand Rounds at Geisel School of Medicine, “The interpersonal neurobiological origins of emotional well-being and health.”

Workshop, "Where do children’s minds come from? The relational origins of emotional well-being."

Public lecture, "Promoting life-long health: The psychological roots of physical well-being."

Public lecture, "The development of the right brain across the lifespan: What's love got to do with it?"

Hanover, NH

May 2015

NFI Vermont

Workshops, "Early right brain affect regulation and the relational origins of emotional well-being" and "Relational trauma and the development of the right brain. The neurobiology of broken attachment bonds."

Burlington, VT

May 2015

Southern New Hampshire University

Workshop, "The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy."

Manchester, NH

May 2015

Ventura County Behavioral Health Conference on Neuroscience and Mental Health

Keynote Address, "The Development of the Right Brain Across the Lifespan: What's Love Got to Do With It?"

Keynote Address, "Working in the Right Brain: A Regulation Model of Clinical Expertise for Working with Attachment Trauma."

Oxnard, CA

May 2015

UCLA Lifespan Annual Interpersonal Neurobiology Conference, "Integrating Play, Creativity and Mindfulness in Psychotherapy: How Neuroscience Informs Clinical Treatment"

Address, "The right brain in therapeutic creativity, connection, and play."

Los Angeles, CA

March 2015

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