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Fall 2013 Parent Discussion Group forming

September 12, 2013

Back in Bozeman, by popular demand….  Join a SENG Model Parent Group this fall!

Being the parent of a gifted child can feel challenging and frustrating at times. You are not alone!

Join other parents to discuss the unique challenges that gifted children bring to families.  SENG, Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted, is a non-profit organization devoted to building parent understanding about the needs of gifted children.  The SENG Model Parent Group is a forum for exchanging parenting wisdom and building a supportive dialogue.  Trained SENG facilitators will guide weekly discussion, drawing upon topics from a comprehensive handbook based in research.  Registration fee covers the cost of A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children.  We will focus our discussion on one chapter from this book each week.

Topics will include: Identification/Characteristics, Parent Relationships, Sibling Relationships, Communication of Feelings, Stress Management, Depression, Motivation, Tradition Breaking, Peer Relationships, and Discipline.

A Parent's Guide to Gifted ChildrenWhat:              SENG Model Parent Group:  Supporting your Gifted Child
Facilitators:    Wendy Morical & Nikki Vradenburg
When:             Eight Tuesdays, October 1 through November 19, 6:00 – 7:30 PM
Where:           Bozeman High School library, 205 North 11th Ave., Bozeman
Cost:               $35, which includes a copy of A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children

To register for the group, click here.

For more information, please contact Wendy Morical at 522-6016 or

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