Social and Emotional Resources

Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted 

SENG is dedicated to fostering environments in which gifted adults and children, in all their diversity, understand and accept themselves and are understood, valued, nurtured and supported by families, schools, workplaces and communities. 

For information about SENG Parent Model Groups contact            Dr. Sheri Stewart.

SMPG Facilitator Directory by State

Kansas State SENG Class Offerings

  BVPAGE - See schedules on website

  Olathe Quest Connections - see notices via Facebook


KGTC Parent Support Facebook group

Articles and Reports

NEW!   Supporting Your Gifted Child During COVID-19   National Organization for Gifted, Talented, and Creative/

Youtube Video Helping Gifted Children Cope with the COVID-19 Pandemic   Denise Fleith/youtube

Distance Learning - Dealing with the Emotional Outbursts  Joseph Cardilo/

"Why Are So Many Gifted Kids Also Highly Emotional?"  Lisa Natcharian/Institute for Educational Advancement

   3 Tips to Improve Gifted Kids' Socialization Skills

   6 Tips for Teaching Social Skills to Gifted Kids  Everyday Family website

   Emotional Intensity in Gifted Children  Davidson Institute

   Family Matters:  Helping Gifted Children Become Well-Rounded   St. Charles Suburban Journals

   Gifted Students often Struggle Socially  Crushing Tall Poppies website

   Helping Gifted Children Cope with Intense Emotions  Verywell Family website

   Highly Gifted Children and Peer Relationships   Davidson Institute

   Identity, Purpose, and Happiness: Helping High Achieving Adolescents Find All Three  National Association for Gifted Children

   Links to 10 Meditation and Imagery for Stress Management

   Overexcitability and the Gifted  SENG website

‚Äč   Social Skills   National Association for Gifted Children