Social & Emotional



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


Parent Support Facebook Groups
   BVPAGE
   KGTC Parent Support


SENG Virtual Mini Conference Dec 10 & Dec 11, 2021:  Thriving in the New Normal
2 day virtual conference offered by SENG.  Multi or single day registration available.  See complete agenda, speakers, and sessions.

3 Tips to Improve Gifted Kids' Socialization Skills  www.nearsay.com

2018-07 Where Can I Find a Friend?  How Asynchronous Development Affects Relationships  giftedchallenges.blogspot.com

2018-05-01  Gifted Adults:  Embracing Complexity  giftedchallenges.blogspot.com

2018-04-30 Are Gifted People More Intense?  ChristyGeorgeLMFT.com

2014-01-05  A Gifted Child Speaks Out:  7 Things He Wants You to Know  CrushingTallPoppies.com

Links to  Guided Meditation and Imagery for Stress Management  GiftedGuru.com

Friendship 101:  Gifted Youth and Adults have Unique Hurdles to Making Friends.  Here's How to 

Navigate the Maze  Mensa.org

Myths About Gifted Students  NAGC.org

High School Senior? Words of Wisdom from Gifted Teacher    Leigh Johnson

Supporting Your Gifted Child During COVID-19   National Organization for Gifted, Talented, and Creative/nagc.org

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

Distance Learning - Dealing with the Emotional Outbursts  Joseph Cardilo/Psychologytoday.com

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

3 Tips to Improve Gifted Kids' Socialization Skills  www.nearsay.com

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  GiftedGuru.com

Overexcitability and the Gifted  SENG website

Social Skills   National Association for Gifted Children