• The Human Cost of What You Don’t Know: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Serving the Gifted Population

    Gifted children (and adults) are emerging as one of the highest at-risk populations for misdiagnosis, mis-medication and ineffective interventions in education, medicine and mental health. It is only through an interdisciplinary understanding of the unique characteristics and needs of this population, that positive outcomes can be achieved. This one-day conference is designed for professionals that… Read More

  • Dr. Haase to Keynote at SENG’s 34th Annual Conference

    SENG conferences prioritize recognition, understanding, and acceptance of the social and emotional needs of the gifted population.

  • NAGC 63rd Annual Convention

    Dr. Haase will be speaking in the following presentations: Quirky Behaviors or Symptoms of Disabilities: Differentiating Between Gifted and 2E Grade Acceleration 101: When and How to Do It Right!

  • SENG Annual Conference

    Dr. Haase will be speaking in the following presentations: Quirky Behaviors or Symptoms of Disabilities: Differentiating between Gifted and 2E The Gifted Brain: A Window to Understanding the Physiology of Giftedness A Roadmap to the Unique Physiology of the Gifted Body Clinical Applications for Therapists of Gifted Clients

  • Constructing Healthy Families Series with Dr. Joanna Haase

    This four session series is designed to help parents of twice exceptional children focus on building strong healthy families. With all the focus on “fixing” and day to day management of twice exceptionality, it is difficult to find the time and space to start creating family experiences, values and actions that not only provide us… Read More