Gifted Adults

Many of our services that we offer for children can also be very helpful for adults.

Many gifted adults may find that they are still suffering from experiences and challenges that affected them as children. Others find they are experiencing new challenges related to finding their passion, identity, parenting, relationships, career, and more.

  • Having a hard time concentrating at work?
  • Do you care that your spouse, colleagues or supervisors just don’t seem to “get” you?
  • Has your child been diagnosed with something that you suspect you also have?

We provide a broad range of services for gifted adults, including consultation, testing, counseling, and more. We can work with you on issues related to giftedness and beyond, such as sensitivity, intensity, and social skills.

NEW! Virtual Discussion Group for Gifted Adults

Gifted Adult: The Intensity of Life, monthly discussion group facilitated by Kathleen Crombie, M.A., M.Ed., meets Monday mornings, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm (Pacific Time), once a month, beginning on March 5. Groups are held “virtually” through the Zoom Video Meeting Platform. Do you experience life differently than others? Is your potential still developing? Are you experiencing challenges related to finding your passion, identity, relationships, or career? Have you or your child been identified as gifted? Join other adults to discuss over-excitability challenges while learning coping skills. This group will refer to the book Living with Intensity. Meeting are scheduled for Feb. 25, Mar. 25, Apr. 22, and May 20, through the Zoom video platform. $240 per person for 4 sessions. Learn more and register: https://conta.cc/2RxiyLu

Kathleen Crombie, M.A., M.Ed., is a SENG Model Parent Group facilitator, a certified facilitator trainer, and the Northern California SENG liaison. Kathleen provides coaching, consultation and advocacy services for gifted adults, children, and families — at Summit Center in Walnut Creek, CA, Chicago, IL and virtually. She offers step-by-step supportive coaching with emphasis on Cognitive-Behavioral techniques. She has two 2e college students and recently relocated to Chicago, IL.