Articles on the Well-Being of the Gifted

When Your Child Goes Overboard: Fears and Compassionate Concerns

When Your Child Goes Overboard: Fears and Compassionate Concerns by Nancy M. Robinson, PhD When Johnny was 5, he was greatly disturbed by the accounts of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Not only was he deeply sympathetic to the orphaned children and their...

100 Words of Wisdom: Evelyn King Metcalf

100 Words of Wisdom: Evelyn King Metcalf Kahlil Gibran's poem, On Children, frequently comes to my mind when I speak to gifted parents of gifted children: "Your children are not your children. They are the sons and the daughters of a life longing for itself." When I...

Director's Corner: The Psychosocial Development of Gifted Children

Director's Corner: The Psychosocial Development of Gifted Children By Stephen Chou “I did it! I can do it! I can do anything!” Success, success, and more success. Though this is not the experience of all children who are gifted, as there is such diversity and...

G-Squared. Supporting Your Gifted LGBT Student

G-Squared. Supporting Your Gifted LGBT Student By Alessa Keener We live in unprecedented times, where many Americans can proudly and safely live as out lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals. One measure of progress is in the number of states that have...

Director’s Corner: Mental Health Providers at Your Child's School

Director’s Corner: Mental Health Providers at Your Child's School by Tiombe Kendrick Once again, we embark on a new school year. I have been a practicing school psychologist for the past eight years. I am formally classified as a dual practitioner because I practice...

100 Words of Wisdom: James T. Webb, Ph.D.

When intensity and sensitivity are combined with idealism, as so often happens with bright children and adults, good things can happen because they can keenly see how things might be. But this can also lead to frustration, disillusionment, and unhappiness. Sometimes...

28 Acts of Kindness for the Gifted

28 Acts of Kindness for the Gifted By Joy Navan Following the tragic shootings in Newtown, Ann Curry of NBC News began a “28 Acts of Kindness” movement that became a global initiative for individuals to honor all who died by performing acts of random kindness to...

The Often Questionable World of Being Gifted

The Often Questionable World of Being Gifted By Tiombe-Bisa Kendrick, SSP, NCSP Often, parents are thrilled to learn they have a gifted child. In addition, teachers, school administrators, and the school counselor are also often excited to hear this great news....

Practice Opportunities with Gifted Children and their Families

Practice Opportunities with Gifted Children and their Families By James T. Webb, Ph.D., Rosina M. Gallagher, Ph.D. and Marianne Kuzujanakis, M.D. Reprinted with permission from The National Psychologist, July 2012, Page 14.   Bright individuals, particularly those...

Tips On Identifying 2E Students

Tips on Identifying 2E Students By Rose Blackett (Editor’s Note: This piece by SENG Director and New Zealand Association for Gifted Children (NZAGC) President Rose Blackett is part of the 2012 National Parenting Gifted Week Blog Tour. Be sure to check out the full...

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