Anxiety can be an enormous problem for our gifted and 2E children. It can cause struggles in education, social situations, and lead to even bigger issues as our kiddos grow older. Just as important as helping our kiddos navigate anxiety is realizing that we need support as well. Listen as Colleen speaks with Dr. Dan Peters, psychologist, author, and co-founder of Parent Footprint, an interactive parenting education community and website, and one of the leading experts on anxiety and gifted families.
Links and Resources from Today’s Show:
- Sponsor: Bardsy (free writing template printables in addition to the free Reader level for RLL listeners at www.bardsy.com/rll)
- Dr. Dan Peters’ website
- Dr. Dan’s blog
- The Summit Center
- Telehealth at The Summit Center
- Parent Footprint
- Parent Footprint Podcast with Dr. Dan
- Parent Footprint Training
- Dr. Dan Peters’ blog at Huffington Post
- Dr. Dan Peters’ blog at Psychology Today
- Dr. Dan Peters’ Facebook videos
- Make Your Worrier a Warrior by Dr. Dan Peters
- From Worrier to Warrior: A Guide to Conquering Your Fears by Dr. Dan Peters
- Raising Creative Kids by Dr. Susan Daniels and Dr. Dan Peters
- Raising Dyslexic Kids: Self-Awareness and Acceptance (Psychology Today)
- Dr. Dan Peters: Interview on ADHD
- Helping Your Child Cope with Anxiety (includes RLL #51)
- Helping Your Child Manage Anxiety During COVID-19
- RLL Live | Anxiety and Gifted / 2E Kids
- RLL Live | More About Anxiety
- Navigating the Social and Emotional Needs of Gifted Kids
- Parenting Gifted Kids | Popular Posts
- Managing Perfectionism: 10 Tips for Helping Your Child
- The Lies Anxiety Tells You
- The Anxiety Toolkit by Colleen Kessler / Raising Lifelong Learners
- Giftedness & Intensity
- 100 Hints That Your Child Might Be Gifted
- Giftedness Disguised
- Mislabeled Behavior and Undiagnosed Giftedness
- A Kid With An Issue Can’t Be Gifted, Right?
- Parenting and Teaching A Twice Exceptional Child
- If He’s Really So Smart… When Gifted Kids Struggle
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