Support the Social Emotional Health of Gifted Elementary Students

About This Solution

Many educators assume that gifted students are more capable than their peers of handling social emotional challenges. That is not always the case. Gifted students can also struggle with anxiety, depression, and social difficulties. Families can help their children by strengthening social emotional skills. 


After this Quick Video, you will be able to:

  • Understand the relationship between parents’ social emotional health and children’s
  • Help your child address mental health and trauma
  • Use mindfulness to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression
  • Give your child the skills to make and keep friends

Be sure to review the handouts and email solutions@peaceathomeparenting.com with any questions.

Many educators assume that gifted students are more capable than their peers of handling social emotional challenges. That is not always the case. Gifted students can also struggle with anxiety, depression, and social difficulties. Families can help their children by strengthening social emotional skills. 


After this Quick Video, you will be able to:

  • Understand the relationship between parents’ social emotional health and children’s
  • Help your child address mental health and trauma
  • Use mindfulness to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression
  • Give your child the skills to make and keep friends

Be sure to review the handouts and email solutions@peaceathomeparenting.com with any questions.