By Sara Yamtich
Over the decades, education and resources for gifted youth have made significant contributions to the education and mental health fields.
Many thinkers have shed light on not just the intellectual differences of the gifted, but on the unique personality traits and social-emotional needs of this population.
And it’s been hugely liberating and beneficial to many youth, who with enough support, are empowered to achieve greatness in their lives and the world.
However, we know that giftedness doesn’t go away as we reach adulthood.
And the emotional complexities that accompany increased sensitivity and awareness are nearly impossible to detangle from the continued need for intellectual engagement and creativity as we enter higher education and the workforce.
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Finding the Gems in the Rough: the mission to identify and serve the unknowing gifted.
Article publié pour la première fois le 28/05/2015