Nicole A. Tetreault, PhD and Matthew J. Zakreski, PsyD Abstract Gifted individuals exhibit increased brain processing, receptivity, and behaviors for intellectual, emotional, sensory, creative, and motor functioning supported by many neuroscience studies. Several studies report increased brain volumes, efficiency of processing in brain networks, and utilization … [Read more...] about The Gifted Brain Revealed Unraveling the Neuroscience of the Bright Experience
It means you are AMAZING! Having an IQ of 153 and being on the autism spectrum is what you call twice-exceptional (2e), where one has a dual identification of giftedness and a learning difference. Being 2e is part of the neurodiverse spectrum where your mind and body are uniquely wired. This unique brain wiring is foundational where one’s receptivity, processing, … [Read more...] about Q: I just found out that I am on the spectrum and have an IQ of 153. What does that mean? Who am I?
Guided meditation centers the mind to tune into the present. Meditation is not about doing or getting somewhere, meditation is the practice of being mindfully aware in the moment you are experiencing. We live in a world where we have 24/7 access to information, and we are continuously navigating many attentional shifts. Guided meditation provides balance to focus the … [Read more...] about Q: I heard meditation is good for people with ADHD. But meditation is hard even for someone without ADHD. What tips do you have for a 2e person who wants to try meditation?