August 20, 2018

SENG Fall 2018

SENG Model Parent Discussion Group - Fall 2018
Please join fellow parents for an in-depth, 8-week study group about how to support the social and emotional needs of your gifted child.
If you would like to be contacted with information about our upcoming group, please complete the questions on the form linked HERE by Friday, August 24 so we can begin meeting early September.  
I hope to see you soon.  Thank you!
Kim Servia, SENG SMPG Facilitator

2018-2019 DCAGT Board Meetings

The 2018-2019 DCAGT Board Meeting Schedule is being finalized. Historically, we have held our meetings in one location in a more central location in Douglas County. This year, we are going to rotate the meeting locations. We hope this will increase the ability for our membership to attend and participate in our meetings. We are also looking into the possibility of having a virtual participation component for those times when attending a meeting in person doesn't fit in with busy schedules. Our first meeting will be on September 13. More information will be coming soon.

April 9, 2018

No More SAD CASIGYs™!

No More SAD CASIGYs™!
Top Ten Tools to Cope With Sensitivity, Anxiety and Depression
Presented by Sharon Barnes, MSSW, LCSW, Therapist For Sensitive And Gifted

Date: April 11, 2018
Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Location: Stonegate Village Metropolitan District
10326 Stonegate Pkwy, Parker, CO 80134

Program Description:
The top three issues bringing gifted adults and students to psychotherapists’ offices are Sensitivity, Anxiety and Depression, according to “MisDiagnosis and Dual Diagnosis of Gifted Children and Adults”.  Sharon Barnes, LCSW has also found this to be true in her counseling practice. She knows how to help when these issues cause trouble at school and at home.
In this Presentation, Participants Will Learn,
  • What it is about gifted adults and students that makes them so susceptible to being SAD from Sensitivity, Anxiety and Depression
  • A three step process to identify and outsmart Gifted SADness before it takes over
  • Sharon’s Top Ten Tips & Tools to Overcome Gifted SADness.