Dr. Paula Wilkes, Ph.D is a Coach for Gifted Children and Adults at the Summit Center in Los Angeles. Dr. Wilkes provides cognitive coaching, counseling, and consultation for parents and students on gifted and “twice-exceptional” issues (including sensitivity and intensity). In addition, she is a coach for gifted and twice-exceptional adults.

Dr. Eichenstein has been conducting IQ testing for children, teens and young adults for over 20 years. She recognizes that people with gifted intelligence need to be identified as they often exhibit special needs in terms of meeting their cognitive potential needs. She is located in Los Angeles and has been working with the Mirman School for over 15 years to conduct IQ tests that allow children to apply for admission.

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.

Elevated Giftedness provides information and services to parents of gifted students, teachers who have gifted students in their classes, and administration who want help with gifted programming and staff education.

Linda Greenfield, M.S., M.B.A., Master Career Counselor, is a NCDA (National Career Development Association) designated Master Career Counselor with a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Guidance and an MBA. Linda has worked with thousands of clients of all ages and stages in their careers.  Her goal is to provide clients with the self-knowledge and corresponding career information in a way that makes clients feel at ease and motivated to move forward.

The Gifted Guild is an organization for educators who are passionate about gifted kids and committed to exceptional educational practice. It helps educators grow through authentic professional development, connecting with other educators of the gifted, and recognition of advanced skills and superb practice.

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.

Gifted Together is a group of collaborative therapists who work together to provide wrap around care to gifted and twice-exceptional individuals and families.

Gifted Together is a group of collaborative therapists who work together to provide wrap around care to gifted and twice-exceptional individuals and families.

Gifted education specialist Christopher Taibbi has published several articles on Psychology Today on the topic of gifted education and raising a gifted child. Parents and educators can read his work to better understand and support gifted learners of all ages.

Lynne Azpeitia, MA, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, helps multi-talented, creative adults, entrepreneurs and business owners live life more fully through understanding themselves, their gifts, and the world. Under Lynne’s guidance they achieve personal, professional and creative success by learning how to make the most of their talents, interests and abilities.

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.