Framework: A Concert of Paradigms & Situations.
The Transitional Zone is a Somato-Psychological Theater.
Six members of the various Schore study groups have been meeting weekly for over a year focusing on further integration of all we received from Allan into our current clinical work. “The Tribe” of 6 is now poised to offer to the wider community of psychotherapists of all stripes effective practices for a more connected therapy. We offer you the opportunity of joining us in further explorations together.
Linda Chapman, MA, ATR-BC
Linda participated in a study group with Dr. Allan Schore for over 12 years, and has been in the forefront of applying Allan's teachings to clinical practice. Linda was affiliated with University of California San Francisco for 30 years where she held clinical faculty and research positions.
Madeleine De Little, Ph.D
Her studies of the latest developments in neuroscience and transformational change have led her to develop a unique model of sand tray therapy and write a book, Where Words Can’t Reach - Neuroscience and the Satir Model in the Sand Tray.
Ann Cameron, Ph.D.
She also studies resilience in cultural context, and communication and integrity cross-culturally.
Sal Ziz, DCSW, LICSW
For the past four decades I have dedicated myself to psychotherapy, pursuing more effective treatment while integrating the most promising approaches into my clinical practice, now culminating in interpersonal neurobiology weaving together play, art, soma and more.
Alok Srivastava, Ph.D.
Alok is trained in Rosen Method Bodywork and Movement - a modality of Somatic Therapy - and for the last ten years has also participated in Allan Schore’s study groups in Berkeley and Seattle.
With over 12 years producing virtual events and creating digital collaboration experiences, Stuart is proud to have been a part of bringing Playful Dyads to life and is excited to continue support the learning and development of this new community.