Changing perspective based on the issue in front of us is necessary to address stress and other challenges typical for the gifted and twice exceptional communities. ‘Telescoping,’ the act of zooming in and zooming out, is necessary to shift perspective and persevere.
Join me on a journey of discovery toward impactful and empathetic parenting for kids of all ages — preschool to teens. We work together to help you gain perspective on what it’s like for your child to be Twice Exceptional. You’ll learn strategies tailored to your situation, and practice collaborative advocacy skills you can use now at home, in school, and anywhere your child trips up or is misunderstood.
Add innovative tools to your teacher toolbox with interactive and motivational training. Learn strategies for preschool through high school on topics such as: social emotional learning, classroom regulation, executive functioning, building resilience, underachievement and motivation, perfectionism, anxiety, accommodations and forging personal connections.
Find fulfillment in personal and professional relationships. Being gifted or twice exceptional brings a certain kind of loneliness. Sometimes it’s difficult to connect and if you don’t understand your own profile, it’s hard to know what to look for in a job, friends or a partner. My method of self-discovery leads to actualization and joy.