Description: Counselors can be pivotal in helping families to understand the identification of twice-exceptionality and related implications, including developing successful interventions for the school years and beyond. There are many potential counseling concerns, including bullying and peer interactions, social and emotional development, career guidance, college transition planning, and functioning in adulthood. Learning how to work with twice-exceptional clients regarding these concerns needs to begin during training and progress throughout one's career. Recommendations for best practice are provided.
Examine how to identify and treat twice-exceptional clients
Explore successful interventions counselors have used when working with twice-exceptional clients.