Dr Allan Schore explains the shift in paradigms in the last 20 years to a different model of therapy. A worldwide movement of understanding relational trauma and relational healing – where the emotions, the communication of emotions and the regulation of emotions are central to effective trauma healing therapies. Dr Schore also discusses the importance of creativity and connection within this model.
David Roy Green of WHEN whenworldwide.org interviews trauma healing & neuroscience pioneer Dr Allan N Schore in Los Angeles, California. Professor of Psychiatry, Clinical Psychotherapist and Neuropsychologist Dr Schore’s vocation to understand the origins of trauma has resulted in his groundbreaking research integrating neuroscience with attachment theory. He is author of four seminal volumes, most recently The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy. He is past editor of the Norton series on Interpersonal Neurobiology and a reviewer or on the editorial staff of 45 journals and has received a number of honours for his work.
Dr. Schore has had a private psychotherapy practice for four decades.