Dr. Saul, based out of Syosset, New York, offers IQ Testing, Gifted Evaluation, and Psychoeducational Evaluation. Psychoeducational Evaluation includes 3-5 of direct assessment, questionnaires administers to family and/or school personnel, background interview, and behavioral observations. After evaluation is complete, families receive a detailed written report and meet in person to go over the findings.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Joanna Haase Ph.D., MFT, offers tools and information for helping parents raise their gifted child, with a focus on asynchronous development, overexcitabilities, and twice-exceptional.

Dr. Berman is a licensed, clinical psychologist in Portland, Oregon with over fifteen years of experience working with children and adults with learning, emotional, and behavior challenges. She specializes in psychological testing and evaluation services. She has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings, at hospitals, community mental health clinics, and in private practice, and has experience conducting a range of assessments with children, adolescents, and adults. These have included gifted and twice-exceptional (2e), learning disabilities, neuropsychological, developmental, and comprehensive psychodiagnostic assessments.

Dr. Melanie Hayes provides counseling to children, teens, adults, and families at Summit Center’s Walnut Creek office. Dr. Hayes has made it her life’s work to help gifted and twice exceptional persons find their niche and work to their strengths. She is an expert in the needs of gifted/2e persons and works with a wide range of clients to help them thrive. Dr. Hayes holds a doctorate in educational leadership with a focus on giftedness and twice exceptionality. Dr. Hayes created Big Minds, a school for 2e children that lets them learn without limits through mentoring and supporting their intellectual, social, and emotional well-being. She also has 2e twins, so she is intimately familiar with the joys and hardships of raising and educating exceptional children.

Dr. Newman offers services such as giftedness assessment, school consultations, therapy for children suffering from anxiety, and serving the needs of gifted or twice-exceptional children and their families. Her practice is located outside of Atlanta in Tucker, Georgia.

Dr. Rimm is a psychologist, director of Family Achievement Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, author, parenting specialist, a clinical professor at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, and gifted children advocate. Her site offers underachievement/creativity measures, parenting newsletters, and forms to submit education or parenting questions. She also serves as director of two locations of Family Achievement Clinics in Ohio.

Licensed and SENG-certified psychologist Dr. Vula Baliotis, based out of the Los Angeles area, specializes in working with gifted, creative, and highly sensitive youths and their parents. She offers psychotherapy and consultation for children and parents, as well as assessment for twice exceptionality, learning disabilities, and emotional, social, or behavioral difficulties.

The Office of Gifted and Talented Education provides learning environments which foster personal and social responsibility, multi-cultural competence, and technical communication skills for citizenship in the global environment of the 21st Century.  They design and deliver rigorous and relevant curriculum to students in grades K-12 to address their academic and intellectual needs. Additionally, the Atlanta GATE program offers a variety of resources, enrichment, and internships for gifted students.

This blog features periodic thoughts, perspectives, and opinions as relates to the field of gifted education.

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. They 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.