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Family Wellbeing

Greater Good Science Center - The Greater Good Science Center is based out of University of California, Berkeley. The Center studies the psychology, sociology, and neuroscience of well-being, and teaches skills that foster a thriving, resilient, and compassionate society. - Articles by experts offering parenting tips to help neurodiverse youth learn and thrive.

Far from the Tree - A book by Andrew Solomon telling the stories of parents who find profound meaning in supporting their exceptional children.

Anxiety and Perfectionism

"How to Help Your Perfectionist Kid" - By NYTimes Correspondant Jessica Grose.

Hope & Insights on Anxiety in Children - A collection of perspectives, observations, and updates from the Anxiety Institute in Greenwich, CT. 

UCLA CARES (Center for Child Anxiety, Resilience, Education, and Support) Research-driven information, guidance, and tools for anyone looking for evidence-based strategies to identify and manage anxiety in children and teens.

Anxiety & Anxiety Disorders - A comprehensive article from Columbia University Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, focusing on identification of anxiety and anxiety disorders, treatment, and resources.

Supporting Twice- (2e) and Multi-Exceptional Students

Twice-Exceptionality: A Resource Guide for Parents - Published by the Davidson Institute, this is meant to act as a launch pad for parents to learn more about twice-exceptionality, the process of identification and assessment, and how to support children who are 2E intellectually, emotionally and socially. This guidebook includes first-hand stories from families navigating the 2E world, interviews with experts, resource highlights, practical parent tools, and much more.

2e News - An online newsletter published by Bridges Graduate School of Education.

The Paradox of Twice-Exceptionality - A guide published by the Belin-Blank Center at the University of Iowa. Geared towards educators, this resource is also great for families and offers recommendations for the educational care of draws upon decades of research  Resources on Supporting Twice- and Multi-Exceptional Students

...much more to come!

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