Webinars, Podcasts, and DVDs

Summit Center Webinar Series

Every month we will be featuring a different Summit Center professional to talk about issues affecting your life and your family. All webinars are recorded for later viewing.

Supporting Smart Girls – Webinar with Dr. Lisa White. Live webinar has passed, recording now available. Click Here for Details & to Register $40 for unlimited viewing via your browser. Save $10 if you have registered for more than one Summit Center webinar (add promo code “multi”).

Time Management Skills for Your Child – Webinar with Deanna Kim. Live webinar has passed, recording now available. Click Here for Details & to Register. $40 for unlimited viewing via your browser. Save $10 if you have registered for more than one Summit Center webinar (add promo code “multi”).

Psychosocial Development of Gifted Children – Webinar with Dr. Stephen Chou, live presentation has passed – RECORDING AVAILABLE. Detailed description. Register.

Math Difficulites: Reasons and Remedies – Webinar with Dr. Nancy Knop, live presentation has passed – RECORDING AVAILABLE. Detailed description. Register.

Living With Intensity: Understanding the the Gifted Child – Webinar with Dr. Susan Daniels live presentation has passed – RECORDING AVAILABLE. Detailed description. Register.

I can take care of myself! How come you didn’t wake me up? Navigating the Parent-Teen Relationship – Webinar with Dr. Dan Peters live presentation has passed – RECORDING AVAILABLE. Detailed description. Register.

Supporting the Spiritual Lives of Gifted Children – Webinar with Dr. Paula Wilkes, live presentation has passed – RECORDING AVAILABLE. Detailed description. Register.

Organizing Chaos: Solutions for Everyday Life in A Gifted Family – Webinar with Kathleen Crombie live presentation has passed – RECORDING AVAILABLE. Detailed description. Register.

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PODCASTS

Parent Footprint Podcast with Dr. Dan Peters
The Parent Footprint Podcast with Dr. Dan Peters is a new online talk show and interactive online community. In the podcast series, Dr. Peters teaches parents, families, and caregivers how to leave their best footprint for the next generation by talking to the top parenting experts, doctors, therapists, authors, and educators.

Listeners will gain information about how to parent with increased awareness and how to be purposeful about leaving a healthy footprint on your children. New episodes air twice each month. Podcasts are also available on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play.

Current episodes include:

  • Rethinking Discipline with Dr. Tina Payne Bryson, best-selling author of The Whole Brain Child and No Drama Discipline
  • The Dyslexic Advantage with Dr. Fernette Eide, noted dyslexia expert and author of The Dyslexic Advantage and The Mislabeled Child
  • Raising Creative Kids with Dr. Susan Daniels, Summit Center colleague, co-founder, and co-author of the book, Raising Creative Kids
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    Mind Mapping with Dr. Paula Wilkes
    Are you interested in expressing ideas visually? Do you know how to draw a mind map? Doug Neill of Verbal to Visual interviews Summit Center’s Dr. Paula Wilkes on the topics of Multiple Intelligences, Mind Mapping, And The Icons Of Depth And Complexity.

    First 5 Santa Clara County “Ask the Experts” Podcast series

    Courtesy of First5 Santa Clara County’s “Ask the Experts” Podcast series:

     

    DVDs and YOUTUBE VIDEOS


    Taming the Worry Monster: Helping Your Child Deal With Stress and Anxiety
    Dr. Peters describes a model for overcoming anxiety by understanding how the “Worry Monster” tricks children (and adults) into being scared. For both children and adults, viewers will learn about how the fear response works in our bodies, how our thoughts determine our emotions, and how changing our thoughts and facing our fears, will help us lead worry-free and more satisfying lives.


    The Characteristics of Gifted Learners
    Dr. Peters describes the characteristics of gifted learners and the factors that can influence or hinder their development. Viewers will learn risk factors that gifted children face, potential misdiagnoses, what it means to be twice-exceptional (2e), and how to nurture a gifted child’s growth – helping them to maximize their developmental potential.

    DVDs are available for $30 each from Summit Center. $55 if purchased together. Call or email to order.

    The following YouTube clips are taken from “Characteristics of Gifted Learners,” and “Taming the Worry Monster” DVDs by Dr. Dan Peters.

    You can share or comment on YouTube .

     

    From “Characteristics of Gifted Learners”

    Common Characteristics of Gifted Youth

     

    Asynchronous Development in Gifted Children

     

    What is Twice Exceptional and Gifted?

     

    Misdiagnosis in Gifted Children

     

    Development Potential of Gifted Children

     

    Gifted All the Time

     

    from “Taming the Worry Monster”

    Perfectionism in Children

     

    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

     

    Taming the Worry Monster Clip #1

     

    Taming the Worry Monster Clip #2

     

    What Does Anxiety Look Like?