P. Susan Jackson, British Columbia, Canada
P. Susan Jackson in the Founder and Therapeutic Director of "The Daimon Institute for the Highly Gifted" in White Rock, British Columbia, Canada.
She is also the District Coordinator of "Programs to Support Gifted and Talented Students" in Langley BC Canada.
has extensive educational and mental health response background in all areas of gifted education.
research interests and clinical experience focus on the mental health and development of highly and profoundly gifted learners.
She is an internationally recognized speaker and consultant, specializing in advanced development and differential diagnosis and treatment for disintegrative states such as depression and anxiety.
has great interest in dual exceptionalities and advanced development.
has studied both Jung and Dabrowski extensively.
is published in the International Handbook of the Gifted
, the "Living with Intensity" Dabrowski book and several major journals in the field.
The culmination of her
twenty years of work with highly gifted persons is the "Integral Practice for the Gifted
" model, to be published in an NAGC sponsored book in 2009.
Sue is interested in design of all kinds, is a poet, a nature lover and mother of two highly gifted children.