With: InterGifted coach and mentor Marion Kee

When & Where: Starting end November, online

How often: once a month for 6 months (monthly schedule determined together with participants to accommodate everyone’s availability)

Spots available: 6

Session length: 2 hours per session

Cost: 150 USD per session 



This course incorporates a reading-in-advance, and the sessions have a Q&A/group discussion focus based on that session's theme. All of our courses combine essential information and guidance, as well as the cultivation of inspiring and normalizing gifted peer interaction. The atmosphere is an engaging group of dedicated individuals excited to make progress in their lives. Attendance at all sessions is expected (aside from emergencies).



  • Understanding multipotentiality (looking at the research, resources on giftedness and creativity)
  • Envisioning and shaping a balanced and fulfilling life as a gifted multipotentialite
  • Career/job/school issues as a gifted multipotentialite; expectations, achievement and moving on
  • The challenges of multipotentiality in relationships and family life; communication and negotiation
  • Keeping a positive self-image in a world that doesn’t necessarily understand the gifted multipotential path and value; understanding our needs, honoring and accommodating the drive to develop
  • Next steps, practical considerations, planning for ongoing support, suggestions for further reading


The group may want to continue meeting for additional sessions following completion of the first 6 sessions, depending on the issues raised and cohesiveness of the group. This is a possibility to explore. One-on-one coaching sessions throughout the 6 months of the group are available with Marion, in order to accelerate individual progress, or work through particularly challenging “knots” that go beyond the capacity of the group sessions. Those sessions are charged at Marion’s usual coaching rate of 125 USD per hour.

Email us to sign up or schedule an exploratory chat with Marion!

About Marion Kee

Marion is a profoundly gifted multipotentialite who has worked in a variety of fields throughout her professional life including research computer science and teaching philosophy in academia - always with writing and music having strong place in her life. As an InterGifted coach and mentor, she now supports other gifted youth and adults who are building or navigating their own creative careers and unique life mosaic. She is based in the US and works with clients all over the world.



Join InterGifted coach Karin Eglinton on a four-part course getting to the heart of relational issues for gifted people. Many of us struggle to feel connected and to form the kind of meaningful social and romantic relationships we deeply desire. This comes as a result of multiple factors: our intensity and complexity may be misinterpreted and misunderstood; we may lack the kind of mirroring we need to understand ourselves well enough to know how and with whom we could truly connect — and more.

In this course, relational issues will be turned “inside out” as we explore the dynamics of self-relationship, and apply the tools of self-validation and non-violence to our inner worlds. With a positive self-relationship as a foundation, we will then shift our focus to the external world to explore how you can cultivate a supportive ecosystem of connection, and how to refine your relational skills so you can bridge gaps of difference with others in your life.


Dates are determined together with the participants, see the currently chosen dates below. Participants will receive reading material in advance, and some homework to prepare for each session. Sessions will run 2-3 hrs. depending on the size of the group. You can sign up for stand-alone sessions or commit to all four.

Session 1: The Relationship with Self
Session 2: Cultivating our Ecosystem
Session 3: How Connection fuels Maturity + Development
Session 4: Communication, Negotiation and Agreements

Learn more about the course in the PDF wholeness-based-relating-module-overview


The course costs 75 euros per session. Sessions will take place via zoom.us.

Our fourth and final session will take place on November 9th at 5.30pm CET (3 spots left) and December 7th at 6pm CET (1 spot left)


For those who are unable or prefer not to participate in the group sessions, an individual study option is available for this course. Email us to explore the possibility.

Email us to register for a session!

About Karin Eglinton

Karin is a mentor and coach for highly, exceptionally and profoundly gifted (HEPG) people. Guided by holistic and systemic principles, she supports clients in their full, emergent unfolding. She helps clients discover how they can weave the big picture of their meta-cognition into concrete, creative action, harness their potential, and thrive in the world. She is based in Germany and works with clients around the world.


With: InterGifted Writing Coach Jan Provoost

When & Where: Next workshops starting December 2018 and April 2019, online

How often: 5 sessions, once every 5 weeks (schedule determined with participants depending on how everyone's writing proceeds)

Spots available: 4-5 total per group

Session length: 1.5 hours per session

Cost: 590 CHF total


The workshop is aimed at people who want to explore writing as a gifted individual. People who have a secret writing dream that has been gathering dust, and who’d like to develop their unique, gifted writing voice and touch readers in a truthful and authentic way. In the course of the workshop and depending how much time they can commit, each participant will embark on a writing adventure. In the online sessions, we will discuss these projects and give mutual, constructive feedback on each other’s texts. Additionally, we’ll discuss a number of selected topics. And in between sessions, there will be additional tips, guidance, and exercises.


  • Understanding the writing process for gifted people
  • Developing a unique, truthful writer’s voice
  • Finding inspiration, everywhere
  • Experimenting with structure, language, style, and perspective
  • Selecting one’s readers and communicating with them
  • Submitting writing to a public, including autobiographic writing
  • Giving & receiving constructive feedback

Writing is a craft. It takes practice and patience, countless rewrites, and many, many hours alone at your computer. Having a group of gifted peer writers who get you and how your unusual mind works, who give you inspiration and feedback, and who push you to meet deadlines is an invaluable part of the process. If you’re interested to join, would like to learn more, or schedule an exploratory chat with Jan, write us below.


If you are unable or not ready to participate in the group setting at this time, Jan also offers writing support for gifted writers on an individual basis. If you're interested in exploring the possibilities with him, write us to schedule a free intro chat.

Email us to join or to schedule an exploratory chat!

About Jan Provoost 

Jan is highly gifted, an introverted multipotentialite who has writing and reading among his many passions. As a professional science writer, he reports on technological advances in such varied domains as artificial intelligence, neuro-electronics and solar cells. In private, his writing and reading also include mystery and beauty, the past and future, autobiography and memory, the color blue, and more. He's currently working toward becoming a public speaker and climate change activist. As an InterGifted Writing Coach, he supports gifted writers to develop their content and unique writing voice. Jan is based in Leuven, Belgium and works with writers all over the world. Feel free to reach out!


With: InterGifted founder & coach Jennifer Harvey Sallin

When & Where: Groups forming now, likely start date in early 2019; online

How often: Coaches' course is once a month for 12 months; psychologists' course is once a month for 6 months (monthly schedule determined together with participants to accommodate everyone’s availability)

Spots available: up to 8 spots per group

Session length: 2 hours per live session, plus extensive homework and session prep required

Cost: 225 CHF per session


This course is for coaches or to-be coaches who would like to be well-equipped to serve their gifted clients. Themes include (all gifted-specific) over 12 sessions:

  • The Benefits and Difference Between Coaching, Mentoring + Therapy for Gifted Individuals
  • The Gifted Brain, Giftedness Identification & Levels, Twice Exceptionality
  • Psychopathology
  • Personality Development Models
  • Trauma + Trauma Healing
  • Family Dynamics + Relationships
  • Common Therapeutic Models
  • Therapeutic Dynamics
  • Personal + Spiritual Development
  • Career Psychology
  • Positive Psychology + Promoting Mental Health


This course is for psychologists, psychiatrists, therapists, counselors, or social workers who would like to be well-equipped to serve their gifted clients. Themes include (all gifted-specific) over 6 sessions:

Recognizing giftedness in clients
  • How to recognize and evaluate giftedness, giftedness levels, and unique giftedness profiles
  • How to bring up and address giftedness with a client
  • How to overcome resistance to the idea
  • Resources for client self-discovery inside and outside of therapy
Most common problem areas for gifted clients
  • Social troubles
  • Lack of peers
  • Lack of recognition
  • Romantic relational troubles
  • Trauma / Complex Trauma
  • Twice-exceptionality, Misdiagnoses + most common gifted/psychopathology overlaps
  • How to best guide and support + resources
Therapeutic dynamics with gifted clients
  • How to fully engage with gifted clients
  • How to handle the overexcitabilities and intensity in sessions
  • How to handle differences in giftedness levels between psychologist and client
  • How to have good boundaries and when to use self-disclosure with gifted clients
  • How to work with client when the psychologist is triggered by his/her own gifted issues
  • When to see breakdown as positive disintegration, and when to see it as "clinical"; how to best help in both cases
Therapeutic logistics
  • How therapy, coaching and mentoring can all help a gifted client, and when each is appropriate
  • Common therapeutic trajectories for clients and how to help them transition from therapy to other forms of support
  • Client drop out and how to maintain engagement
Gifted personal & career development
  • Common gifted career dilemmas and how to approach them
  • Helpful resources for gifted career exploration
  • Giftedness and creativity
  • Giftedness and spirituality/religion
  • Tools of positive psychology for gifted self-development
Understanding & working with special populations
  • Children, teens & adults
  • Elderly
  • Prison populations
  • LGBTQ+
  • Twice-exceptional clients


There is also an individual-study option for both of these courses which includes individualized mentoring for where you are in your practice. There is currently a waiting list for these sessions, but you can email Jen to express your interest and get on her wait list.



Here's what some of our course participants have said about Jen's courses:

"The GP101, as it is fondly known by its students, is jam-packed with content yet taught with the meta-perspective that all gifted people crave. It has been invaluable in preparing and training me as a new coach for the challenging yet amazing psychological intensities and complexities of working with gifted, twice- and multi-exceptional adults. Yet it was also highly transformative on a personal level as well, for as we all know, in order to execute one’s role as a coach well, one must also do the work on oneself and this course has definitely given me greater insight into not only my own development and processes, past and present, but also opens a window towards cultivating greater understanding and compassion for all of humanity, in all its diversity." -- Silver Huang, wwww.silverhuang.com

"My knowledge of giftedness, psychology and coaching has increased manifold – I now feel many times more competent and comfortable in my role as coach...And that was the professional side of things. For as it happens, during this past year of Psych 101, I seem to have undergone a complete, personal transformation. I’ve read some of the most life-transforming books I’ve ever read. The homework included some of the most important psychological work I’ve ever done – for me, personally. As friend, partner, parent. And just for how I wake up in the morning, welcome the day and what it brings, and then welcome the night when its time to sleep. I feel “upgraded”, if that makes sense. I’d do it all again, any day." --Miriam van der Valk, www.filoprax.com

Read more feedback on our workshops feedback page.

Email Jen to join or express interest!

About Jennifer Harvey Sallin

Jennifer is the founder of InterGifted and is a psychologist, coach and mentor who specializes in providing training and mentoring for gifted coaches and other helping professionals who support the gifted; in performing giftedness assessments; and in mentoring profoundly gifted adults. She writes extensively on giftedness and self-development and you can find her articles here on InterGifted’s blog and on her own blog at Rediscovering Yourself. She is based in Switzerland and works with gifted adults throughout the world. You can learn more about her here, and feel free to reach out!




With: InterGifted Founder & Coach Jennifer Harvey Sallin (see bio above)

When & Where: Next session will run as soon as we have a complete group

How often: one session, 2-2.5 hours (date/time determined with participants)

Spots available: 10 total

Cost: 100 CHF


This workshop is about taking inventory of and legitimizing your gifted needs. Since gifted people are often told that their standards are too high and unrealistic by others who don't understand that gifted people have uncommon needs, this may lead them to deny or judge their own needs and try to live without getting them met. In addition to the material presented, there's an emphasis on interaction and learning through each other's experiences. These sessions hold rich, thoughtful and insightful discussions with your gifted peers and have sparked major insights and life changes for many of our participants. We meet on zoom.us with video and audio (you may attend with audio only, if you prefer).


This workshop helps you look at:

  • how your gifted-specific needs have been minimized or unmet by others (and maybe sometimes yourself!)
  • how you can get a better understanding of these uncommon needs
  • how you can get these uncommon needs met in a non-gifted dominant world
  • how you can better communicate your gifted needs so that others can respond in positive ways.


"The impact of this workshop was quite profound for me. Meeting together and covering that material created the catalyst to anchor in a new level of acceptance around being gifted. I spent most of the time crying during that workshop as the emotional embodiment of that awareness washed over me." --Dorothy

"I just attended this workshop and I am brimming with insights and new-found clarity in so many dimensions of my life. It gave me such a glimpse into the many things I’ve not understood about myself and my inability to feel satisfied by 'normal' life. Going through the common gifted needs together with Jen helped me to take stock of what I want to implement in my future in order to create a 'non-normal' life that nourishes me and my unique 'life requirements. Many thanks Jen!" --Robyn

"This workshop gave me important insights into how I organize my inner and outer world, and how that is qualitatively different from many other individuals. It also helped me differentiate between relational needs, such as belonging and self-transcendence, and more structural needs, such as cognitive, aesthetic, and self-actualization needs; yet how they are yet ever-so-exquisitely intertwined and interdependent. What Jen shared, and the handouts she provided, will help me in my exploration of this topic for months, and I suspect, years to come. I’m excited to attend the follow-up workshop to get even more awareness around this important topic." - N.H.

Read more feedback on our workshops feedback page.

Email Jen to join our next session!




With: InterGifted Coach & Mentor Kelly Pryde

When & Where: Next course starting in late January 2019, online; registration opens in mid-December

How often: 6 sessions, once a week (dates/times determined with participants)

Spots available: 10

Session length: 1.5 hours per session

Cost: 550 CHF total


This course is returning in January 2019 as part of our Gifted Mindfulness Collective partner project with Kelly Pryde. It is designed for gifted people who are ready to learn to connect with themselves authentically and support their intensities skillfully through the practice of mindfulness. It will help you cultivate a new relationship with yourself: think of it as “Gifted Self-Care 2.0”! Kelly will give you gifted-specific support to help you build the foundation for developing a personal practice. Sessions include thematic discussions, experiential exercises, a variety of mindfulness practices and homework assignments (to support your practice between sessions).


  • Understanding mindfulness within the context of the gifted brain
  • (Re)discovering intimacy with and authenticity of the gifted self
  • Cultivating positive mind states that foster creativity, flow and intuition
  • Learning the basics of somatic experiencing and meeting one’s gifted self with kindness
  • Working skillfully with difficult feelings common to gifted people
  • Cultivating compassion for the self and sustainable compassion for others


  • 3 months free access to the Gifted Mindfulness Collective online practice community (includes brief daily meditations to support your practice, live community gatherings with gifted peers, and discussion forum)
  • Unlimited access to guided audio meditations used in course
  • Personalized coaching + support between sessions


"I just completed this course and it was wonderful! I found it extremely helpful to be able to discuss in depth with gifted peers and to be heard by them. It helped me to realize how important it is for me to take the time to be with and understand myself as a gifted adult. It revived dormant aspects of myself that I now know need attention, and I feel better equipped to give that attention thanks to the tools I learned from Kelly. Thank you very much for offering this important work to gifted people. It is a huge relief to have self-development opportunities that are tailored for me!" --E.V.
"For anyone contemplating taking Kelly’s course – take it!! She’s an amazing leader. The content was on point, and I also really enjoyed “chatting” with other gifted individuals. It was a great way to get back into meditation and mindfulness." --Carrie

"Taking Kelly's was an absolute delight. She designed an interdisciplinary approach, from poetry, to neuroscience, to Buddhist psychology to allow us to enter step by step into this big concept that is mindfulness. Each session was accompanied by a practice, which allowed us to directly apply what we had learned conceptually on that day. Kelly was very open to discussing the topics with the participants and she even redesigned the last session to better fit our needs and to answer the questions that we had raised! She provided us with very useful tools to calm the much solicited limbic system of our gifted minds, and to reach a state of peace and compassion. It is only the beginning of the journey for me but taking this course Kelly allowed me to start! Thank you!" --Cécile

Read more feedback on our workshops feedback page.
Or learn more about this course and the Gifted Mindfulness Collective via Kelly's recent chat with InterGifted founder Jennifer Harvey Sallin:


If you are unable or not ready to participate in the group setting, Kelly also offers mindfulness support for gifted people on an individual basis. If you're interested in exploring the possibilities with her, write us to schedule a free intro chat.

Email us to schedule an exploratory chat with Kelly
or to get on the course waitlist!


About Kelly Pryde, Ph.D.

Kelly is a neuropsychologist, coach and mentor specializing in giftedness and mindfulness-based approaches to living well with intensity. She lives in Canada and works with people of all ages to help them support their unique inner experience and thrive. Kelly is the founder of the Gifted Mindfulness Collective ― an InterGifted partner project. Feel free to get in touch with her to schedule a session!


Read more participants' feedback here!