The Mind Matters Podcast features discussions with leaders in the fields of psychology and education with an emphasis on gifted/talented and 2e children and adults. Emily Kircher-Morris interviewed me about separating truth from fiction in popular neuromyths including: Learning Styles, Multiple Intelligences, Left Brain/Right Brain, and Overexcitabilites.
ADDitude magazine is a quarterly print magazine associated with a website focusing on ADHD, addressing topics including: diagnoses, treatment, parenting, and living with adult ADD. Their editorial staff invited me to write an article on How to Support and Advocate for the 2e child with ADHD.
The Bright & Quirky Online Summit was created by Debbie Steinberg Kuntz, a licensed marriage and family therapist who is, herself, the parent of twice exceptional learners. She created Bright & Quirky specifically to support parents raising 2e kids. For her second Summit she interviewed me about Neurodiversity and 2e learners. An All Access pass to the summit of expert talks costs $147.
My 2e daughter is an associate producer at NowThis News, the #1 video news brand in social media. She asked me to do an opinion piece on a mental health topic and I chose Neurodiversity. Our video went viral and has been viewed about 30 million times as of 5/19.
TiLT is a podcast and online community founded by Debbie Reber, a parenting activist and author, to help parents raising differently-wired kids “do so from a place of confidence, connection, and joy.” Debbie interviewed me on the topic of Assessing and Supporting Twice Exceptional Children.
Dr. Michael Postma, head of SENG (Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted) asked me to contribute on the topic of ADHD for his 2017 book "The Inconvenient Student: Critical Issues in the Identification and Education of Twice Exceptional Students." pp. 34-42
I presented on the topic of "Developing a Strategic Plan for 2E Individuals through Neuropsych Assessment" at TECA's (Twice Exceptional Children's Advocacy) 2018 Conference. My PowerPoint presentation is linked below.
My blog is featured on a regular basis in 2e News, an online newsletter about twice-exceptional children published by Bridges 2e Media.
TiLT is a podcast and online community founded by Debbie Reber, a parenting activist and author, to help parents raising differently-wired kids “do so from a place of confidence, connection, and joy.” Debbie interviewed me on the topic of "Next Steps after a Neuropsych Assessment".