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.… Read More
This is a course for coaches, psychologists and other helping professionals who support gifted children and adults. If you’d like to start working with gifted clients, or want to better serve the gifted clients you already have, this course will help you understand how to recognize, understand and best guide your gifted clients. … Read More
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. … Read More
Our writer’s 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. Each participant will embark on a writing adventure. 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.… Read More
Join IG coach Karin Eglinton on a new four-part course getting to the heart of relational issues for gifted people. Many gifted people struggle to feel connected and to form the kind of meaningful social and romantic relationships we deeply desire. In this course, relational issues will be turned “inside out” as we explore the dynamics of self-relationship and 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.
Legitimizing Your Gifted Needs 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. In this two-hour group … Read More
Overcoming Gifted Parenting Perfectionism with Sandra E. Clifton, M.Ed., Therapist and coach for Sensitive, Gifted & Twice Exceptional Students April 22 + May 13, 2017, 18.00-19.15 Central European Summer Time on Skype Gifted parents of gifted, twice-exceptional and/or highly sensitive kids often find themselves struggling with perfectionism in their role as parents. This two-session parenting circle will help you explore your own perfectionistic tendencies as a gifted parent, and will help … Read More