These are our trusted partners who support our diverse populations and share in our values.
SENG has been Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted since 1981. SENG is a nonprofit organization that empowers families and communities to guide gifted and talented individuals to reach their goals: intellectually, physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually.
Since 2015, InterGifted has been building international gifted community, as well as online assessment, personal development, education, coaching, and professional training opportunities, created specifically for dedicated, conscientious gifted people and professionals who support them.
The G Word Film
THE G WORD is a deeply personal feature documentary that explodes the mythology around what it means to be gifted in the 21st century, revealing the educational challenges, social isolation, emotional sensitivities and physical threats faced by many gifted individuals in our schools and society and the search for solutions.
Guiding Bright, founded by Dabrowski Center director Tina Harlow, LCSW, partners with parents to provide lifelong strategies that help bright children manage their unique challenges and access their full potential.
Neudle is a neurodivergent run psychology practice that provides unmasked neurodiversity affirming psychological support services. They are passionate about providing trauma-informed, inclusive and affirming services that involve and empower people in the process.
GRO’s mission reflects its commitment to further the world’s understanding of giftedness through scientific research and outreach. Without continued research, education and meaningful discussion about the physical and psychological characteristics associated with giftedness, we will continue to have a societal mindset where the qualities and characteristics of gifted individuals are often pathologized, misunderstood and mistreated.