SENG’s New! Licensed Professional Series of APA-Approved Continuing Education Options


SENG announces a new series of webinars designed especially for licensed professionals who work with gifted adults and children. These webinars are approved by the American Psychological Association for continuing education credit.


Title: Living with Intensity


Speakers: Susan Daniels, PhD; Patricia Gatto-Walden, PhD; and Michele Kane, EdD


Part 1 — January 22, 2013 (Susan Daniels)
Part 2 — February 26, 2013 (Michele Kane)
Part 3 — March 26, 2013 (Patricia Gatto-Walden)


Time: 7:30 p.m. Eastern, 6:30 p.m. Central, 5:30 p.m. Mountain, 4:30 p.m. Pacific (90 min.)


This 3-part SENGinar features three of the contributing authors from the popular book Living with Intensity: Understanding the Sensitivity, Excitability, and Emotional Development of Gifted Children, Adolescents, and Adults. The book provides a solid foundation in Dabrowski’s theory to gifted education as it relates to giftedness, then proceeds to provide a lifespan progression. It also offers strategies for enhancing the emotional development of gifted individuals.


To receive APA credit, you must read the book and attend the full webinar. You may purchase the book through Great Potential Press, Amazon or other book retailers. You may register for the sessions individually or for all three at a discounted rate.


  • One seminar (1 APA credit) = $70/$50 (no credit)
  • Three seminars (3 APA credits) = $190/$130 (no credit)


If you do not wish to receive APA credit, please use the discount code NOAPA.


Register today!


(To sign up for all three parts at the discounted rate, please register using this link by midnight January 18, 2013. You will be sent confirmations for each of the webinars soon after.)


Part 1: Kazimierz Dabrowski, Overexcitability, Giftedness, and Developmental Potential with Dr. Susan Daniels


Part 2: Understanding Intensity: Practical Applications for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors with Dr. Michele Kane


Part 3: Still Gifted After All These Years—Lifespan Intensity and Gifted Adults with Dr. Patricia Gatto-Walden




Susan Daniels, PhD, is a professor of educational psychology and counseling at California State University, San Bernardino, where she also serves as coordinator for the Gifted and Talented Education Certificate Program for K-12 teachers. Additionally, Dr. Daniels is co-founder and co-director of Summit Center for the Gifted, Talented, and Creative in West Los Angeles. She is author and editor of Living with Intensity and is co-author with Dr. Dan Peters of the soon-to-be-released Raising Creative Kids.


Patricia Gatto Walden, PhD, is a nationally recognized licensed psychologist who has worked holistically with thousands of gifted and profoundly gifted children, adolescents, and adults for three decades. She has helped parents, educators, and administrators understand and accept the multifaceted inner world, needs, and concerns of gifted individuals. Her career has included university instruction of doctoral level counseling trainees, counselor supervision, and educational administration. She has been a featured speaker at international and national gifted conferences and educational workshops. In addition, she is chair-elect of the Global Awareness Division of the National Association for Gifted Children. She is a senior fellow for the Institute of Educational Advancement.

Michele Kane, EdD, holds advanced degrees in counseling and guidance, and educational administration, and a doctorate in curriculum and instruction. She is an associate professor at Northeastern Illinois University and coordinates a master’s program in gifted education. Her interests include social-emotional and spiritual dimensions of giftedness.



SENG is committed to sharing complex issues relating to the social and emotional needs of giftedness. SENGinars reflect the opinions of their speakers and do not necessarily represent the philosophy of SENG. SENG invites your comments and discussion about this SENGinar following the session.


Difficulty Registering?

For more information, contact Cyndy Launchbaugh at SENG.


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