We offer various online courses, workshops, groups tailored to gifted personal and professional development and training. Our courses are generally offered on a wait-list basis, meaning that once we have a full group, we schedule the course. If you're interested in joining any of our courses below, send us an email at connect@intergifted.com to let us know and we'll contact you for registration as soon as we are ready to schedule. For information on our upcoming Gifted Mindfulness Community offerings, visit our GMC Events page.



These gifted-specific professional training courses are offered by InterGifted's founding director Jennifer Harvey Sallin. They are specially designed for coaches, therapists, psychiatrists and other helping professionals who want to specialize in, or have better tools for, supporting gifted clients. They are combination courses which allow space for your own growth and reflection as a gifted person and gifted professional, while providing you with the theoretical knowledge, practical insight, case studies, and peer feedback to start your gifted-specific practice or bring your existing practice to a new level.

There are two versions of this course: a one year (12-session) version for coaches or to-be coaches who are not trained in psychology, and a 6 month (6-session) version for psychologists, psychiatrists and other professionals already trained in basic psychology. Jennifer also offers individualized training for professionals. For detailed course information, logistics and registration, visit our Gifted Psychology Training Page.


This gifted-specific professional training course is offered by InterGifted's founding director Jennifer Harvey Sallin. It is focused on teaching therapists & coaches how to help their gifted clients better understand their giftedness profiles – including giftedness level, areas of intelligence, overexcitabilities, twice-exceptionalities, intersectionalities/trauma/other blocks to giftedness expression & thriving. Though the aim of this training is not to qualify you or certify you to become a formal giftedness assessor, it will provide you with basic knowledge of gifted profiling which you can incorporate into your gifted therapy or coaching practice. The course combines theoretical training, pre-reading & case study preparations, small group case study presentations, and group discussion time; it takes place over three 3.5 hour group sessions, over 3 months. You can learn more on our past gifted profiling course page.


This 7-month group course with InterGifted Coach Marion Kee addresses the challenges and opportunities that come with being a gifted multipotentialite. Via course preparation and live discussion, you'll explore common career/job/school/relational gifted multipotentialite issues and solutions and how to envision and shape a balanced and fulfilling life as a gifted multipotentialite. Each monthly session of two hours incorporates a reading-in-advance and a Q&A/group discussion based on that session's theme. The atmosphere is a cooperative, engaged group of dedicated individuals excited to make progress in their lives. You can learn more about the course content on our multipotentialite course page and via Marion's Gifted Multipotentialites Course Syllabus (2019).

Marion also offers multipotentialite and career coaching & mentoring for gifted people on an individual basis. If you're interested in exploring the possibilities with her or getting on the wait list for our next offering of this course, email Marion.


This workshop with InterGifted coach and community leader Karin Eglinton is designed to help you take inventory of your gifted needs and to fully legitimize them and learn to meet them. You will explore 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; and how you can better communicate your gifted needs so that others can respond in positive ways. In addition to the material presented, these sessions hold rich, thoughtful and insightful group exercises, small group discussions with your gifted peers, Q+A, and resources and practices for you explore and to take into your daily life. The workshop is held on zoom.us for 3.5 hours. It is often followed up by an "Advanced Gifted Needs Workshop" for participants who want to take the concepts presented further in their personal integration process. Cost is 200 CHF.

Karin also offers gifted needs legitimization coaching & support for gifted people on an individual basis. If you're interested in exploring the possibilities with her, or getting on the wait list for our next offering of this workshop, email her.


This is an immersive 6-week online course with Kelly Pryde of our partner The Gifted Mindfulness Collective. It combines weekly group instruction and practice sessions, personal practice, community practice and individual mindfulness coaching for anyone starting or getting ready to deepen their understanding of a gifted-specific mindfulness practice. In this course, you will understand mindfulness within the context of the gifted brain; learn core techniques for strengthening attention and inner stability, and for disentangling intensity; work skillfully with difficult feelings common to gifted people using core techniques and somatic experiencing; cultivate wise compassion for yourself and sustainable compassion for others; (re)discover intimacy with your authentic gifted self; and cultivate positive mind states that foster creativity, flow and intuition. For more detailed information on this course, go to our Gifted Mindfulness Collective website.

Kelly also offers mindfulness coaching for gifted people on an individual basis. To get on the waitlist for this course or to schedule an individual session, email Kelly.


This 4-week course is facilitated by Kelly Pryde of our partner The Gifted Mindfulness Collective. It is designed for gifted adults who want to learn mindfulness-based body integrative approaches to support their intensities as well as their personal growth and healing. Supporting our intensities and being able to hold the fullness of our gifted selves requires (re)integrating and (re)sourcing both the gifted mind and body. You will understand the neurobiology of the gifted mind-body connection; develop embodied boundaries; feel more grounded and self aware to navigate relational challenges common to gifted people; cultivate embodied intuition along with deeper joy and authenticity of gifted living; learn resourcing strategies for supporting overexcitabilities and healing gifted shame and trauma; and harness your innate capacity for growth, healing and wholeness. For more detailed information, visit our Gifted Mindfulness website.

Kelly also offers mindfulness coaching for gifted people on an individual basis. To get on the wait list for this course or to schedule an individual session, email Kelly.


This 2.5-3 hour workshop is led by Kelly Pryde of our partner The Gifted Mindfulness Collective. It is designed for gifted and twice-exceptional adults who want to learn basic meditation techniques and mindfulness theory in a gifted-relevant way: what mindfulness is, how to practice it safely, how to develop core skills using versatile techniques, and how it can support your unique inner experience as a gifted person. This workshop is ideal for those who would like to participate in the other Gifted Mindfulness Courses, but don’t have basic training in meditation. More detailed information on this course (and other GMC courses) is available on the Gifted Mindfulness Collective website.
Kelly also offers gifted mindfulness coaching on an individual basis. To get on the workshop waitlist or schedule an individual session, email Kelly at connect@giftedmindfulness.com.


This group is a self-development peer group for gifted and autistic women. Through six facilitated discussion sessions, you will explore together with your gifted autistic peers how have you integrated your knowledge of autism in your life; separating out what is autism, what is giftedness and what is trauma and how/where they overlap; what autistic trauma is and how to heal from it / how you have been healing from it; developing authentic and autistic-friendly self-care routines and schedules; how you can authentically connect with others, given your unique profile; and how you can cultivate generativity in your life, given your profile, values, relationships and resources. Sessions are once a month for six months, and last 2 hours.

To get on the wait list, email us.



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