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Guides to Mental Health for Gifted Children

Resources to Help Understand Mental Health & Gifted Children

Mental health is a broad category that houses topics such as general wellbeing, stress, anxiety, and depression among others. While gifted children may not be any more susceptible to mental health issues as other adolescents, there are certain aspects of giftedness that may influence or amplify a gifted child’s experience of mental health issues. These articles serve as a general review of mental health issues and gifted children, including practices that may help promote positive development.

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Davidson Gifted Blog

Check out the latest expert articles from the Davidson Institute. Our blog covers everything - gifted education and support, parenting strategies for gifted children, social and emotional resources, gifted testing and identification, and more.

What Your Therapist Needs to Know About Giftedness

Dr. Gail Post, a Clinical Psychologist with over 35 years…

Barriers in Gifted Education: Working Together to Support Gifted Learners and Families

The mission of the Davidson Institute is to recognize, nurture…

How to Support Your Gifted Child

How to Support Your Gifted Child Recognizing and fostering your…

Homeschooling Curriculum for the Gifted Child

In the article “Homeschooling Curriculum for the Gifted Child,” published…