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March 9, 2022

GT Parent/Family Learning Night

Virtual Only

 

Helping Gifted Kids Manage "All the Feels"

Processing and managing emotions is hard for even the most level-headed of us. For gifted and twice-exceptional kids and teens, dealing with "all the feels" can be exhausting. The skills needed to develop emotional regulation can be developed over time with guidance and compassion from parents and educators. Emily will break down the 4-step process of emotional regulation so we can help our kids who are "a little bit extra" find healthy ways to manage their emotions.

 

Emily Kircher-Morris is the host of The Neurodiversity Podcast, which explores topics related to gifted and neurodiverse individuals through the lifespan. She provides mental health counseling for gifted and 2e individuals in her private practice outside of St. Louis, Missouri. Prior to becoming a counselor, Emily worked as a teacher in gifted programming for elementary and middle school students. Emily has two recently published books: “Teaching Twice-Exceptional Students in Today’s Classroom” (Free Spirit Publishing) and "Raising Twice-Exceptional Children: A Handbook for Parents of Neurodivergent Gifted Kids" (Prufrock Press).

Website: https://neurodiversitypodcast.com/about-us

 

This event will be available via zoom from 6:30-8:00 pm on March 9.  Please RSVP and submit any questions for Emily Kircher-Morris by Tuesday, March 1, 2022  and submit questions in advance by completing this form!

A Zoom link will be emailed to all who RSVP by 3:00pm on March 9th.

If you need translation/interpretation services, please complete the form by February 28th.

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