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When:

Thu 12 Mar 2015, 6:45pm–7:45pm

Where: The Grove Library, 1 Leake Street, Peppermint Grove, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: natcaudle

Removing the roadblocks that can prevent gifted kids from reaching their full potential is the focus of a public seminar being held in Perth in March.

The March 12 event is being hosted by Alan Thompson, a gifted children's coordinator for Australian high IQ society Mensa who will this year present at the 2015 international conference ‘Illuminating the Spectrum of Giftedness and Talent Development’ in Brisbane.

The Perth evening seminar, ‘Bright to brilliant: Revealing brilliance and getting out of the way’, will focus on the power of coaching to help families with gifted children.

“While coaching has traditionally been for adults, the Genius Coaching method that’s come out of the US and Belarus is proving successful in unlocking the unique brilliance of each gifted child.

“Together with tools like two-handed drawing and an adapted version of LEGO Serious Play, it’s giving these kids benefits like better school results, increased self-esteem, awareness, resilience and understanding, and more positive behaviour, as well as broadening their communication skills

The seminar will be held at The Grove Library in Peppermint Grove.

Visit BrightToBrilliant.info to register.