Please Join Us for Our

16th Annual Edna Reiss-Sophie Greenberg Chair and Conference

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There is a $175 registration fee for this event that includes CE credits.

A Day with Judith and Allan Schore: Recent Theoretical Advances and Clinical Applications of Modern Attachment Theory
Presented by the Reiss-Davis Child Study Center & Institute

Join us for this unique opportunity to learn from our esteemed and accomplished honorees.

Event Description

The 16th annual Edna Reiss-Sophie Greenberg Chair And Conference has been rescheduled to Friday, October 9, 2020, due to venue closures and stay-at-home guidelines.

We’re still working on setting either a virtual or live location for the rescheduled conference, in the meantime, please save the date for:

A Day with Judith and Allan Schore: Recent Theoretical Advances and Clinical Applications of Modern Attachment Theory.

As always, attendees to this special Friday event will earn CE Credits.  The number of credits will depend on the final format of the rescheduled event.

We will be reaching out in the near future with more specifics on venue, registration, and available CE credits.  In the meantime, if you have questions, please call: (310) 204-1666 or email JasmineReyna@vistadelmar.org

Thank you in advance for your patience.  We look forward to bringing you this don’t-miss event on its new date.


Event Overview

Join the Drs. Schore as they share their many years of teaching and clinical experience working in the field of interpersonal neurobiological and modern attachment theory and technique to generate evidence-based psychotherapy models, with a special emphasis on its application to infants, children, and adolescents and their parents.

Participants will come away with the following learning objectives:

  • List recent findings on the involvement of the right brain in intersubjectivity and attachment functions.
  • Discuss how the stress-regulating circuits of the male brain mature more slowly than those of the female in the prenatal, perinatal, and postnatal critical periods.
  • Describe how maternal love shapes the maturation of the infant’s developing right brain
  • Compare the early differences between “quiet love” and “excited love.”

Don’t miss this opportunity to personally share the wisdom and insight of these two internationally recognized pioneers and better understand why they are being honored as our 16th Edna Reiss-Sophie Greenberg Chair.


About Our Honorees

Allan Schore, PhD is on the clinical faculty in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at UCLA. For three decades he has lectured nationally and internationally, and has offered over 400 presentations and has authored or co-authored over 120 professional articles, book chapters, and many well-respected books including two this year, The Development of the Unconscious Mind, and Right Brain Psychotherapy in the Norton Interpersonal Neurobiology series.

Judith Schore, PhD is a Board Certified Diplomate with a practice in Clinical Social work and an educator for three decades. She was core faculty and Dean of Students at Sanville Institute, and faculty lecturer at both UCLA and USC Schools of Social Work. She has also been on the faculty teaching and supervising both our postgraduate students in the Reiss-Davis Fellowship Program and our graduate students at the Reiss-Davis Graduate School for fifteen years before retiring in 2019.

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The RDGS PsyD degree program does not lead to licensure as a psychologist, although it meets the Board of Psychology’s academic requirements for a doctoral program. Graduates must be licensed with the Board of Psychology in order to use the title of psychologist in California.  For more information, visit http://psychology.ca.gov and www.reissdavis.org.

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Continuing Education CE Credits are available for Psychologists, LCSWs, LMFTs and LPPCs.
CPA Accredited: Vista del Mar Child and Family Services is approved (VIS-002) by the California Psychological Association (CPA) to provide continuing professional education for psychologists. The California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) now recognizes CPA continuing education credit for license renewal for LCSWs and MFTs. Vista del Mar Child and Family Services maintains responsibility for this program and its contents. Target audience: Licensed mental health professionals • Post-licensure instructional level of activity: Intermediate/Advanced Important notice to participants: Participants who attend a scheduled event in full and complete the appropriate evaluation form will receive CE credits. Please note that credit will only be granted to those who attend the entire workshop. Those arriving more than 15 minutes after the start time or leaving before the workshop is completed will not receive CE credit.

For more information about the Reiss-Davis Annual Edna Reiss-Sophie Greenberg Chair and Conference, visit
www.reissdavis.org/reiss-greenberg-chair-event.html

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