Raising a gifted or twice-exceptional child (or more of them)can be an exhausting, challenging and often lonely
journey. Concerned aboutacademic and social-emotional issues, parents might have to advocate for theirchild, are sometimes rejected by other parents or teachers and might feeloverwhelmed by parenting their child.
How can I support my child at home and in school? • Why can’t he
make friends? • How to talk to the teacher? •Testing yes or no? • Learning
disability, but gifted – how can this be? • Where to look for resources?
If you area parent of a gifted or twice-exceptional child and are struggling with theseand other questions, professional support and advice might help you finding theright way to raise and educate your child,
to further strengthen his/hertalents and to deal with coexisting issues. In our private conversation, we
will first evaluate your child’s strengths (and weaknesses). Based on ourfindings, I will illustrate and
highlight strategies and ways how to further strengthenyour child’s abilities and to better cope with difficulties.
In caseyour child has already been tested by a psychologist, I will kindly ask you tobring the results or send them via email prior our first meeting.
- private conversation (60 min)
- Debriefing, assessment and evaluationand providing resources and tools, if necessary
- 40 Euro
Psychologie, University of Connecticut, USA