Reinforcing Resilience: Navigating Trauma thru the Eyes of the Gifted
In life, bad things happen — this is a truth of life. When adversity and trauma occur, some feel victimized, some survive and others thrive. Many gifted youth struggle with emotional intensity and existential depression as they strive to comprehend the incomprehensible . . . resilience is needed in order to thrive, and it’s important to realize that resilience skills can be fostered to support healing.
Date, Time, Cost
RESCHEDULED – June 8, 2017
7.30PM EST – 9.00PM EST
Fee: $30.00 for SENG Members; $40.00 for Non-Members
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About the Presenter
Christine personally and professionally knows the world of the gifted. . . raising 2 children (gifted and PG) and working with hundreds more in her counseling practice. She currently facilitates group therapy for high IQ adults who struggle with anxiety and depression. As a community specialist in the GT/HA world, she has consulted with multiple school districts as well as conducted trainings and presentations for GT/HA educators and parents. She was an integral part of the development of the nationally award winning Gifted Family Program for Central Indiana Mensa in 2010.
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