Greenwich Education Group houses a rich array of academic resources, including subject tutoring, SAT, ACT, & ISEE test preparation, day and boarding school advisory services, college counseling, diagnostic assessment, clinical and coaching services and social skills support. Their three NEASC accredited, co-ed, independent day schools, Links Academy, The Pinnacle School, and The Spire School offer unique environments and curricula designed for their students. Spire and Pinnacle are licensed by the state of Connecticut as Special Education Schools.

GT Carpe Diem empowers gifted students’ voices through educating them about how to successfully self-advocate. They offer workshops, a book, consulting with gifted advocate Deb Douglas, and several online resources.

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.

As America’s foremost youth leadership organization, HOBY has a long and impressive history of successfully motivating youth and volunteers to outstanding leadership. HOBY programs are conducted annually throughout the United States, serving local and international high school students. HOBY programs provide students selected by their schools to participate in unique leadership training, service-learning, and motivation-building experiences.

IEA Academy is a program of the Institute for Educational Advancement which provides students in Kindergarten through 8th grade with advanced learning opportunities that promote exploration and application of knowledge. Classes are taught by content-area specialists and taught at a flexible pace to accommodate the learning needs of gifted and 2e students. Classes are small and grouped by ability rather than chronological age. IEA Academy sessions take place in Pasadena, California, and online, and are held seasonally: fall, spring, and summer (three sessions hosted each summer).

This guide is a comprehensive library of over 100 programs for gifted students in grades Pre-K to 12. It was created by Institute for Educational Advancement and is drawn from IEA’s Gifted Resource Center to serve as a useful tool for students, parents, counselors, and anyone working with gifted youth.

Jen Merrill, author of the “Laughing at Chaos” blog, brings laughter, tears, and honesty to her latest book by GHF Press, “If This is a Gift, Can I Send it Back?: Surviving in the Land of the Gifted and Twice Exceptional.” Join Jen on her journey through discovery, understanding, and acceptance, as she copes with the challenges that only the gifted and twice exceptional can create.

InterGifted emerged from the need for social spaces and support designed specifically for and by gifted people. Connecting with and being supported by people who understand their unique mind and way of thinking and being is essential for personal growth and thriving. Since 2015, they have been building international gifted community, as well as online assessment, personal development, education, coaching, and professional training opportunities, created specifically for dedicated, conscientious gifted people and professionals who support them. They are based in Switzerland, with coaches and members throughout the world.

Jade Rivera has been working with twice exceptional children for nearly 10 years. Her work is inspired by her time spent running a micro-school in Oakland, California, where she worked to create a highly individualized learning environment. Jade offers family coaching, educational coaching, public speaking appearances, and community workshops to help 2e children and their families, as well as educators and professionals, better understand the unique needs and abilities of 2e children.

JAGC (pronounced Jag-C) works in positive partnership with the Jeffco School District’s Gifted & Talented (GT) Department to provide leadership by promoting information about the educational and social-emotional needs of our advanced students.

Jessica Thayer provides insightful coaching for gifted and sensitive individuals, especially those in professional positions. Her perceptual acuity, accompanied by her ability to describe complex and subtle themes, enables her to help highly gifted and sensitive clients discern and resolve challenges. She is based out of the Charlottesville area.

The Journal for the Education of the Gifted offers information and research on the educational and psychological needs of gifted and talented children. Devoted to excellence in educational research and scholarship, the journal acts as a forum for diverse ideas and points of view on gifted education, counseling, and parenting.

Laughing at Chaos is a blog started by Jen Torbeck Merrill, the mother of a twice-exceptional child. She is the author of If This Is a Gift, Can I Send It Back?: Surviving in the Land of the Gifted and Twice Exceptional, a book which many 2e families found extremely relatable and comforting. The topics discussed on her blog focus mainly on gifted families and gifted advocacy.

Linda Powers-Leviton specializes in counseling for the gifted. She has her own psychotherapy private practice in addition to working at the West Coast Office of the Gifted Development Center. Her expertise with the gifted population (particularly the twice exceptional–those who also have learning or emotional challenges) has prepared her to offer a uniquely specialized program to address the particular needs of this community. She offers services by phone or email in addition to in person appointments.

Megan Bearce, LMFT specializes in counseling the gifted, especially gifted girls, through issues such as asynchronous development, downplaying talents, and managing stress. She also facilitates Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted (SENG) parent groups and support groups for other issues.

This book by Michael Piechowski is intended for parents and teachers of intense and sensitive young people and to serve the young people as a friendly mirror in which they can recognize themselves for who they are.