SENG Webinar Event May 10th: Mother-Daughter Relationships of Profoundly Gifted Young Girls
Presented by Joy L. Navan, PhD
Educators, parents and counselors are invited to join us as we explore the social and emotional needs of gifted girls.
What social and emotional strengths and needs accompany the development of exceptional and profoundly gifted girls? What do mothers learn about themselves and their emotional needs as a result of raising gifted daughters?
About Joy Navan, PhD
Dr. Joy Navan, SENG Director, is a professor emeritus of Gifted Education at Murray State University and president of Navan Consultation Services. She provides services in English and Spanish to gifted children and their families as a master practitioner of the Annemarie Roeper Qualitative Assessment Method® and a facilitator of SENG Model Parent Groups. An educator for 43 years, Dr. Navan spent most of them working with gifted students, She has published numerous scholarly articles and is the author of Nurturing the Gifted Female: A Guide for Educators and Parents.
In this SENGinar, Dr. Joy Navan will interview a profoundly gifted 17-year-old and her mother and will share constructs of success in gifted young women.
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