Dr. Allan Schore: rupture, repair and building resilience

In this interview extract (posted on Psychalive website) Dr. Allan Schore talks about the role that ‘repairing the rupture’ has on developing resilience in young children.

An important message here about rupture and repair contributing to a developing capacity to “tolerate negative affect” – and how ‘perfect’ parental attunement is neither possible nor desirable.

Dr. Allan Schore is on the clinical faculty of the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences and UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine.

(Brief 2 minute extract from the interview. Some comments below.)

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