Gifted Identity℠ is a partnership between Dr. Grace Malonai and Sharon Duncan. Located in both Southern and Northern California, they offer a variety of services to assist those in need, including consultation, coaching, counseling, psychotherapy, SENG Model parent-groups, plus workshops, speaking engagements, and retreats. Resources and information about giftedness are also offered, including a blog for interesting inspiration and information.
GM4K is New York State’s premiere service for gifted and twice-exceptional learners, delivered by Dr. Susan Paynter, child advocate, award-winning educator, and nationally recognized expert on gifted learners. GM4K offers learning assessment and support, enrichment, seminars and workshops, and more.
The Gifted Support Center provides resources and support for gifted children and their families. In addition to a variety of gifted assessment services, the Gifted Support Center also offers family consultations, community workshops, support groups, and in-school programming. Their goal is to provide gifted children and their families with the resources and information needed to help promote academic, social, and emotional growth.
Duke TIP recognizes academically talented students and provides advanced learning opportunities that foster their intellectual and social growth. At Gifted Today, one can find articles on the practical issues that parents of academically gifted children often face, including how to advocate for the child, weigh different educational options, evaluate best practices, and address common social and emotional needs. The blog houses almost two decades’ worth of articles from TIP’s researchers, whose work appears in leading academic journals, as well as reviews of other important findings in the field of gifted education.
Gunn Psychological Services is a group of professionals dedicated to providing the highest quality psychological services and referrals, including developmental, psychoeducational, and intellectual giftedness assessments, as well as individual, family, couples and group therapy.
Located in Maryland, Hand In Hand specializes in helping families and schools create unique educational plans for their special learning situation for children who are gifted and/or have special learning needs. The offer private consultations, educational testing, home-school compliance evaluations and more, in addition to offering many online resources and helpful guides.
This article by Educational Therapist Aimee Yermish answers the question of how to talk to your child to get them ready for taking an assessment test. She addresses common issues, including those that can result in falsely reduced scores among gifted children.
IDEAL Solutions was developed by the Belin-Blank Center as an efficient and effective way to make sense of above-level test scores. Recommendations are based on more than two decades of experience with administering and interpreting above-level tests to high-ability children.
The team at Infinite Therapeutic Services offers evaluations of children for giftedness, which they recommend to families who notice their children are not happy in their learning environment, observe some of the common characteristics, suspect they may have a learning disability, or are looking to apply to a gifted school or program.
CTY’s Diagnostic and Counseling Center provides individualized assessments and educational guidance for students of all ages. The goal is to understand the strengths, weaknesses, and learning style of students, and to help families find ways to support their bright child’s educational needs.
Licensed psychologist Dr. Karen M. Jordan provides psychological and psychoeducational assessments for children, adolescents, and adults. These assessments are designed to address issues such as giftedness, best school fit, learning disorders, and emotional concerns. The center is located in Overland Park, Kansas.
Kira Christensen is a Licensed Educational Psychologist in Sacramento, CA, specializing in educational consulting and diagnostic assessment of students from elementary school through high school and college, including adult students. Kira determines the presence of giftedness, intellectual and learning disabilities, including dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia, as well as the presence of memory, attention, and social emotional and behavioral problems impeding learning, such as ADHD, anxiety and depression.
LD OnLine seeks to help children and adults reach their full potential by providing accurate and up-to-date information and advice about learning disabilities and ADHD. The site features hundreds of helpful articles, multimedia, monthly columns by noted experts, first person essays, children’s writing and artwork, a comprehensive resource guide, very active forums, and a Yellow Pages referral directory of professionals, schools, and products.
Dr. Origer is a licensed clinical psychologist who provides therapy to specific populations, including gifted children. She has a specialization in the area of testing and assessment with over 17 years of experience and is referred by Mirman School for IQ testing. She also offers therapy and sibling support groups.
Serves as Advocate to the holistic educational needs of gifted & advanced learners and their families. Provides free initial consultation over the phone or video call. Other services include Needs Assessment, EP review and customization, meeting liason/advocate, and advocacy and follow up.
Based in Laguna Beach, CA, Licensed Educational Psychologist, David Palmer, Ph.D., specializes in GATE assessment and IQ testing for educational planning from preschool and up.
Pathfinders offers assessments for learning disorders (ADHD, reading, writing, mathematics) as well as for gifted and talented placement. They also offer parenting support and other counseling services.
PEAK has a team of dedicated professionals in Denver and Northglenn, CO who are committed to working collaboratively with families to offer a range of testing, counseling, consulting, and support services and information that will help them advocate for their gifted children effectively. They specialize in working with giftedness, twice-exceptionality (2e), ADHD, and learning disabilities in children, teens, and adults.
Private Gifted Testing is an online resource of psychologists specializing in gifted testing. The site also offers a blog webpage on “Everything You Need to Know About Gifted Testing”.
Jerald Grobman, MD and Madelon Sann, LCSW specialize in working with the gifted individuals and their families through crisis management, comprehensive assessment and diagnosis, psychotherapy, and parent guidance. Though the center is located in New York City, its website includes abundant helpful resources including case studies, descriptions of common problems in giftedness, information about the assessment process, relevant articles and more.
Rice Psychology group is Tampa, Florida’s leading group of psychologists. They specialize in a complete range of Gifted Testing services that go beyond a one-time cookie-cutter test administration. They also offer executive functioning coaching, therapy, cognitive training, and diagnostic interviews.
SAGE Center for Gifted is a families’ first step in securing needed guidance and direction for the decisions they need to make regarding the assessment, educational, and clinical support of their children when traditional processes are not their path. They offer consultation, assessment of giftedness and learning needs, educational services, psychotheraphy and occupational therpay, school placement guidance, and more. They are located throughout Colorado and Southern California.
Savannah Behavioral Pediatrics (SBP) offers comprehensive psychological assessment, psychoeducational evaluations, and developmental assessment. Among the evaluations they offer are: behavioral assessment to evaluate interfering behaviors, comprehensive specific learning disorder evaluations, and gifted and talented assessment to help tailor instruction.
SMPG offers gifted testing and evaluations to children in the greater Miami area. They administer the WISC-V, WPPSI-VI, or the Woodcock Johnson-IV and, upon completion of the IQ test, parents/caregivers are provided with a comprehensive report detailing test results and recommendations.