Establishing a Parental “GPS System:”
How to Guide the Gifted Child
By Patricia Gatto-Walden, Ph.D.
Patricia Gatto Walden, Ph.D., is a nationally recognized licensed psychologist who has worked holistically with thousands of gifted and profoundly gifted children, adolescents, and adults for three decades. Her work entails a range of specialties, including holistic health and well-being, staff and program development, and educational consulting, as well as a private practice in Colorado and Florida. Throughout her career, she has focused on learning about and understanding the needs and concerns of gifted individuals.
Dr. Gatto-Walden has been a featured speaker at many international, national, state conferences, including two recent keynote addresses at TAGT Parent Conferences. She serves as chair of the Global Awareness Division of the National Association for Gifted Children; she is also a Senior Fellow for the Institute of Educational Advancement, which serves profoundly gifted youth through various programs, including Yunasa, a holistic summer program. Her career includes university instruction of doctoral-level counseling trainees, counselor supervision, and educational administration.
Join parents, teachers and administrators from CISD for an informative session on how parents can best nurture and support the growth of their gifted child.
Wednesday, November 28
6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Johnson Elementary School Auditorium
1301 N. Carroll Avenue, Southlake, TX 76092
Admission is Free for SAGT members and CISD Teachers
$5.00 Admission for Non-members
For more information about this and other events, visit www.SouthlakeGifted.org.
S.A.G.T. is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization (Tax ID # 27-0079543)