The Gifted Parenting Journey  Workshop

Parenting a gifted or 2e child?

What do YOU need as you navigate this parenting journey?

Join clinical psychologists Drs. Gail Post and Heidi Lack along with a zoom room full of parents for a limited workshop series.

Gain greater clarity and confidence when faced with parenting decisions.

Enjoy time and space to speak about your experience. 

Be understood, and have your emotional experience validated.

4 Wednesday evenings

April 19, 26, May 3, 10

7:15-8:30 PM Eastern time

$180.00 for the entire series

For Registration and More Information:

Registering now will save your spot as numbers will be limited to ensure interpersonal connection. If registration is closed, please email either of us to let us know if you would like to be on the waiting list for a later workshop series, or if space opens up here.

What you can expect:

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Questions? Please feel free to contact either of us at: or

 Meet Workshop Leaders Dr. Gail Post and Dr. Heidi Lack

Gail Post, Ph.D. is a Clinical Psychologist, in practice for over 35 years, with a specialty in intellectual and musical giftedness and twice-exceptionalities. She also is a parenting coach/consultant, workshop leader, writer, and Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Dr. Post is the parent of two gifted young adults and served as co-chair of a gifted parents advocacy group. Her writing includes hundreds of articles, several book chapters, a long-standing blog, Gifted Challenges. and her new book, The Gifted Parenting Journey: A Guide to Self-discovery and Support for Families of Gifted Children, which extends her advocacy efforts. You can find out more at

Heidi Lack, Ph.D. ATR-BC is a seasoned Clinicial Psychologist and board certified registered Art Therapist, with varied training, work, and supervisory experience in Behavioral Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Dept. of Psychiatry; as a Senior clinician at the Hallowell Centers; as adjunct faculty at Lesley University; currently in private clinical, coaching and consultation practice. She runs "Intentional Parenting" support groups, SoulCollage® and ethical values character trait- based workshops, and is trained as a SENG SMPG parent group facilitator. Dr. Lack is also a multimedia artist, intermittent writer/poet, and parent whose multiexceptional young adults required creative schooling variations. See

We hope you will be joining us!