The Human Cost of What Your Don't Know: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Serving the Gifted Population

April 28, 2017 at Cal State LA Downtown
Gifted children (and adults) are emerging as one of the highest at-risk populations for misdiagnosis, mis-medication and ineffective interventions in education, medicine and mental health. It is only through an interdisciplinary understanding of the unique characteristics and needs of this population, that positive outcomes can be achieved.
Join nationally recognized experts in the field of giftedness for a groundbreaking conference designed specifically to help professionals develop this interdisciplinary mind-set as well as successful interventions and strategies.
Conference Overview:
This one-day conference is for professionals that serve the gifted population including mental health professionals, school psychologists, social workers, education specialists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, nurses and parents.
CEUs are available for professionals licensed under the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS).

Conference Registration will be open soon. Please check back for updates.

Please email Flora Wong, program coordinator, or call (323) 343-4922.