Legitimizing Your Gifted Needs Online Workshops – December 5th or December 11th


with Jennifer Harvey Sallin, Founder of InterGifted, Coach & Mentor for Highly, Exceptionally & Profoundly Gifted Adults

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 leads them to deny or judge their own needs and try to live without getting them met. This two-hour online workshop is all about helping you identify your needs as a gifted person, and specifically:

  • 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

There's also an emphasis on interaction and learning through each other's experiences. Our previous sessions have held rich, thoughtful and insightful discussions and have sparked major insights and life changes for many of our participants. We meet on zoom.us with video and audio.

New online sessions on: 
December 5th, 4-6pm Central European Time
December 11th, 4-6pm Central European Time
Cost: 75 Swiss Francs (about 75 USD)

Email us to register!

About Jennifer Harvey Sallin

Jennifer is the founder of InterGifted and is a mentor and coach for gifted people. She specializes in mentoring and coaching highly, exceptionally and profoundly gifted adults. She also provides training and mentoring for gifted coaches and writes extensively on giftedness and self-development. You can find her articles here on IG’s blog and on her own blog at Rediscovering Yourself. She is happy to consult with you or connect you to our coaches in InterGifted’s Coaching Network. Feel free to reach out!

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