Right Brain Psychotherapy, with Allan Schore

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87,00  IVA inclusa

Course active from 06 October 2023 to 06 October 2023

Allan Schore  

  • 4 training hours
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In this 4-hours workshop Dr. Schore will offer PowerPoint presentations and audience dialogues to discuss the essential themes of his recent book, Right Brain Psychotherapy.

Referring to his current clinical, research, and theoretical studies on attachment theory, neuropsychoanalysis, traumatology, and psychotherapy, he will discuss the right brain emotional, relational, and neurobiological change mechanisms that lie at the core of the co-created therapeutic relationship, especially in heightened affective moments of treatment.

He will describe the central roles of synchrony, intersubjectivity, and clinical regressions in psychotherapy, and present an interpersonal neurobiological model of psychotherapeutic expertise for working with early-forming therapeutic reenactments of attachment trauma.

Clinical and neurobiological evidence now suggests that our conception of the expert clinician has changed, from one who offers left brain insight-oriented interpretations in order make the unconscious conscious to an empathic clinician whose right brain optimally shares, processes, and regulates the patient’s right brain communicated bodily-based affective states in both short-term symptom reducing and long term growth-promoting psychotherapy.

Dr. Schore will also discuss how very recent groundbreaking hyperscanning studies of the brains of both the patient and the therapist in a psychotherapy session confirm his evidence-based model of right brain-to-right brain nonverbal emotional communication of attachment dynamics.

Offering both clinical data and a large body of interdisciplinary research he will suggest that neurobiologically-informed, emotionally-focused treatment facilitates therapeutic changes in the connectivity of the “emotional” “social” right brain, and that the incorporation of current studies of brain laterality research into models of the therapeutic relationship allows for a deeper understanding of not only why but how psychotherapy works, “beneath the words” of the patient and therapist.


Learning Objectives

  1. How the current paradigm shift is emphasizing the primacy of affect and the centrality of implicit, unconscious processes in development, psychopathogenesis, and psychotherapy.
  2. How psychotherapeutic models are being transformed by updated developmental studies of the right brain, which is dominant for processing social-emotional information and relational stress, attachment, clinical intuition, empathy, and creativity.
  3. How right brain-to-right brain nonverbal communication described by regulation theory offers a model of clinical expertise for receiving, processing, and regulating the patient’s bodily-based affective states, and how this model is supported by current hyperscanning research of the interaction between the clinician’ and patient’s right brains in an emotionally focused psychotherapy session.


Date and time

This workshop will take place online on October 6th 2023, from 4.00pm to 8.00pm CEST.



Allan Schore

Allan Schore

Dr. Allan Schore is on the clinical faculty of the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, UCLA School of Medicine. He is author of six seminal volumes, including Affect Regulation and...
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