Supporting Gifted People: Guidelines for Therapists & Coaches (and Advice for Gifted Clients)
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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 InterGifted Founder, Coach & Trainer Jennifer Harvey Sallin.… Read More

Existential Crises & Gifted Resilience – an open Q&A with Richard Edelman
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  JOIN OUR OPEN Q&A with InterGifted mentor Richard Edelman on our public Facebook page this week, July 3 through July 6.   Questions of meaning and existential crises are all common to the gifted experience. How can you use your gifted resilience to respond to the call for meaning? You are invited to ask Richard anything that’s on your mind about your own search for meaning, existential questions and crises or … Read More

On Philosophical Coaching for Gifted People
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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, InterGifted coach 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