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Gifted Adults Virtual Discussion Group: "The Intensity of Life"

  • October 28, 2019
  • 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Online

Virtual Discussion Group for Gifted Adults:
"The Intensity of Life"

with Kathleen Crombie, M.A., M.Ed.

Course meetings are generally the third Monday of the month. Meeting dates are: October 28, November 18, December 16, and January 20.

Do you experience life differently than others? Are you having a hard time finding your passion, identity, meaningful relationships, or a fulfilling career? Are you meeting your potential? Or, have you, or your child, been identified as gifted?

As described by Polish psychologist Kazimierz Dbrowski (1902-1980), some “exemplar” individuals have finely-tuned nervous systems that result in five over-excitabilities — emotional, imaginational, intellectual, psychomotor, and sensual.

Join other adults to learn more about these characteristics, discuss over-excitability challenges, and gain coping skills. This group will refer to the book Living with Intensity, by Daniels and Piechowski, 2008.

The monthly group starts on Monday evening, October 28, and meets online through the Zoom video platform. Attendees can participate with computer or smart phone from any location.

$220 per person for 4 sessions. Reserve your spot today. Space is limited! Click here for complete details and registration.

Kathleen Crombie, M.A., M.Ed., is a SENG Model Parent Group facilitator, a certified facilitator trainer, and the Northern California SENG liaison. Kathleen provides coaching, consultation and advocacy services for gifted adults, children, and families -- at Summit Center in Walnut Creek, CA, Chicago, IL and virtually. She offers step-by-step supportive coaching with emphasis on Cognitive-Behavioral techniques. She has two 2e college students and recently relocated to Chicago, IL.

Are you a parent of a gifted or 2e child? Kathleen Crombie is also offering an Advanced Parent Discussion Group, Tuesday afternoons, online via Zoom. Learn more here.

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