Gifted Psychology 101 for Coaches, with Jennifer Harvey Sallin — starting June 2021

We’re currently taking registrations for our next iteration of Gifted Psychology 101 for Coaches, scheduled to start in June 2021. It is a combination course which allows 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 coaching practice or bring your existing coaching practice to a new level.… Read More

Welcoming Fabienne Wydler to our Assessments Team

We’re excited to welcome Fabienne Wydler to our assessments team this year! Fabienne is a gifted coach, gifted mom of a gifted child, and now a giftedness assessor for adults. She is offering giftedness assessments and individual, family and parenting coaching for gifted & neurodivergent people and their families, in English and German, via InterGifted. … Read More

Our Partner Project – The Gifted Mindfulness Collective – is LIVE!

Come join our new Partner Project – The Gifted Mindulfness Collective! We are now live, with a new home at www.giftedmindfulness.com! You can also follow us on our Facebook page & on Instagram at @giftedmindfulness. Join us on Saturday, January 12th at 5pm CET for our Open House via FB LIVE (meet us live at our Facebook page).… Read More

Supporting Gifted People: Guidelines for Therapists & Coaches (and Advice for Gifted Clients)

It is essential that therapists, coaches and other helping professionals know what giftedness is, how to recognize it in clients, and how to best support their gifted clients. Anyone helping a gifted person is, by necessity, helping a gifted mind – and gifted minds work in unique ways, have unusual needs, and grow in unconventional directions. Here are some guidelines for helping professionals and gifted clients from Jennifer Harvey Sallin.… Read More

On Philosophical Coaching for Gifted People

Therapy can be very helpful for a gifted person who needs support to get back into a state of equilibrium during a difficult time or heal from past wounding. But there are other forms of support for gifted people who want to fully flourish and reach their potential in meaningful and joyful ways. In this article, Miriam van der Valk shares more about the differences between therapy, coaching and mentoring, and gives us insight into the ways her own particular brand of coaching – philosophical coaching – supports gifted people in their own emergent flourishing.… Read More