Quick Video Solution Library

Solutions to Help Your Gifted Teen Thrive

Special need Teen and mother

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About This Library

Congratulations – your child is a successful student who has been recognized for their talent and achievement. Now, what steps can you take to help them cope with teen emotions and get ready for independence? 

For gifted students and their families, acceptance into a rigorous program is just the beginning. Help your child be ready for a bright future.

These quick recorded classes and handouts give you tools and information to help your child make the most of this opportunity and set them on the path for success.

Click on a title to access the video and handouts (log in to access the content)

After this library, you will be able to:

  • Help your child manage stress
  • Recognize the importance of self-care for you and your child
  • Find balance between commitments and connections
  • Help foster “emotional intelligence” that will strengthen your child’s mental health
  • Communicate in positive ways that deepen relationships

Meet your Instructors

Ruth Freeman

Mental Health, School Age, Relationships,


Dana Asby

Mindfulness, Confidence, School,


Autumn Cloud-Ingram

Birth, Discipline, Teens,



  • arguments
  • brain development
  • communication
  • confidence
  • cooperation
  • discipline
  • emotions
  • fighting
  • friendships
  • gifted students
  • independence
  • motivation
  • patience
  • relationship
  • relationships
  • safety
  • school
  • self care
  • stress
  • teens

Age Category

  • Teens & Young Adults
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