Herbert M. Woodcock, M.D.
Dr. Woodcock joined the OHSU Department of Psychiatry in 1969 and served on the faculty until his retirement in 1990. During his 21 years as a member of the Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Dr. Woodcock served as Chief, Consultation-Liaison Service (1969–1990), Director, Outpatient Clinic (1983–1990) and Consultant, Children's Psychiatric Day Treatment Center (1982–1999). The Woodcock Lectureship was established in 1999 to honor Herbert M. Woodcock, M.D., Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry. The Lectureship recognizes Dr. Woodcock's devotion to teaching the principles of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy to the broad range of health professionals who are involved in the care and guidance of children, adolescents and young adults.
2019 Woodcock Lecture
The next Woodcock Lecture is being planned, please check back periodically for updates. Please see the captured video and pictures from the 2019 Woodcock Lecture below, in addition to past lectures as well.
November 8-9 2019
Speaker: Adam Phillips
September 30 - October 1, 2016
Speaker: Dr. Trudie Rossouw, MRCPsych., M.D. (Res)
Dr. Rossouw is a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist and the lead clinician for an adolescent unit in the north east of London. She is the associate medical director for children's services and a qualified psychoanalyst. Dr. Rossouw's expertise lies in the area of adolescent self harm and personality disorder and she has conducted an RCT(Randomized Control Trial) testing mentalisation based treatment against treatment as usual. Dr. Trudie Rossouw published several papers and book chapters on the subject.
Friday, September 30 - grand rounds: "Making Sense of the Storms in Adolescence"
Please note: Due to unforeseen circumstances, the location and time of the Special Grand Rounds on September 30 has changed. Grand Rounds will now be held in Richard Jones Hall Room 4320 at 8:00 am. The location of the October 1 lecture will still be in the OHSU auditorium (Old Library).
7:30 - 8:00 Check In and Breakfast
8:00 a.m. — 9:00 a.m. Richard Jones Hall Room 4320
Parking is not provided for this event, visit OHSU Tranportation and Parking for info on how to purchase permits
Saturday, October 1 - "Making Sense of the Self Harm Behavior in Adolescence and Evidence to Support MBT-A Intervention"
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Check In and Breakfast
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Lecture Part I OHSU Auditorium (Old Library)
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Lecture Part II OHSU Auditorium (Old Library)
Parking is provided at no cost and there will be signs indicating the designated parking area for this event.
October 2-3, 2015
Speaker: Dr. Deborah Cabaniss, M.D.
Associate Director of Residency Training, Director of Psychotherapy Training, Columbia University Department of Psychiatry; Director, Virginia Apgar Academy of Medical Educators, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Dr. Cabaniss' research interests primarily involve psychoanalytic and psychiatric education and she has authored many articles on this topic. She is the recipient of the 2014 Presidential Teaching Award for Outstanding Teaching from Columbia University. Dr. Cabaniss is also a two-time Teichner Scholar of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry and lead author of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: A Clinical Manual and Psychodynamic Formulation which have become core reading in psychiatry residencies throughout North America and are being translated into Mandarin, Korean, and Farsi.
2015 lecture highlights
Dinner at Andina restaurant - Oct. 2, 2015
May 22-24, 2014
Speaker: Dr. Peter Fonagy, PhD FBA
Medical Research Council Fellowship, University College, London; Diploma in Clinical Psychology, British Psychological Society; CEO, Anna Freud Centre, London; Head of Department, Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology and the Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis, University College, London; currently serving as Senior Investigator, British National Institute for Health Research; Visiting Clinical Professor, Harvard University; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Yale University, School of Medicine; holder of numerous prizes, awards and other honors in the United Kingdom, USA and Israel; recipient of in excess of 50 research grants; authored or co-authored 16 books, nearly 400 original papers, including papers in press, over 200 book chapters. Professor Fonagy lives in London.
2014 event highlights and pictures
Benefactor's Dinner at Andina Restaurant - Friday, May 23, 2014
Dr. Peter Fonagy
Left to Right: Dr. Usher, Dr. Fonagy, Dr. Jetmalani, Dr. Keepers, Ms. Marvin, daughter of Dr. Woodcock, Dr. Jeffrey Hays
Left to Right Woodcock Paper Award Winners: Dr. Creedon, Dr. Marsee, and Dr. Marshall
By: Deborah Cabaniss, M.D.
Dr. Cabaniss also presented the following as part of this series:
2012 - Freedom to Choose: Open and Closed Systems of Self-Regulation
By: Kerry Kelly Novick, and Jack Novick, Ph.D.
The Novicks also presented the following as a part of this series:
Creating a Caring Circle: Building Emotional Muscle in Grownups and Children
2011 - You Can Have Your Opinion": The Sandwich Model of Therapeutic Action
By: Alexandra Harrison, M.D.
2010 - From the Cradle to the Grave: Psychoanalytic Implications of Attachment Theory for Personality through Life
By: Mary Target, Ph.D.
2009 - Transgenerational Transmission of Trauma and Anxiety
By: David E. Scharff, M.D.
2008 - Mentalization and Narcissistic Vulnerability: A Framework for Treatment
By: Efrain Bleiberg, M.D.
2005 - Psychoanalytic Temporality and Development
By: Jeanne Chasseguet, M.D.
2002 - Love & Power: Intimacy Across the Life Cycle
By: Ethel S. Pearson, M.D.