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    Daimon Institute

    for the Highly Gifted

    The Clinic
  • Introducing

    Daimon International

    A Worldwide initiative to Support the Exceptionally and Profoundly Gifted

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  • The Extraordinary Journey of the Exceptionally and Profoundly Gifted

    RISE

    Our new hour-long documentary film, Rise: The Extraordinary Journey of the Exceptionally and Profoundly Gifted, is a look into the lives of twelve exceptionally and profoundly gifted children, teenagers, and young adults, fleshed out by stirring testimony from parents, teachers, and administrators.

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    RISE

The Clinic

The Daimon Institute for the Highly Gifted provides psychotherapy and educational consulting to support the overall development of exceptionally and profoundly gifted people. Patients are all ages and reside throughout the world.

Location

Our clinic in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada is situated minutes from the United States border, easily accessible to patients from British Columbia and Washington State. International patients may spend extended periods of time at the clinic or may negotiate out-of-country meetings. Some online support is available.

Latest Articles

Minding the Details: Attentional Issues and the Gifted Child

Living in the world as an exceptionally gifted individual can sometimes be a little tricky. There are adults/children who have […]

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My thoughts on what it means to be a gifted adult . . . and how it might help you

Imbued with a finely tuned and advanced perceptual system, the gifted adult processes information-of-all-kinds with a voracious appetite, and stunning […]

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Reflections on Parenting Profoundly Gifted children: a (most) Surprising Territory

Orienteering is the skill and art of navigating to a series of points (oftentimes referred to as controls) depicted on […]

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PARENTING THE VISUAL ARTIST: LOOKING BACK.

When she was three she did a self-portrait that left us speechless. At five she first took on Women’s Empowerment; […]

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