Does your child seem smart but doesn’t test well, or is otherwise having problems at school?
Does your child seem wise beyond his years? (But has problems with “easy” tasks such as brushing his teeth or tying his shoes?)
Have you changed schools at least 2 times in the past few years, or has your child refused to go to school?
Do you feel spent emotionally, physically, financially, in your relationship with your child, or maybe even in your marriage?
If you have answered “yes,” to two or more of these questions, I get it.
There IS a solution.
I’m here to help.
I consult with parents who have exceptional children. It’s not easy, but as you know, these kids are special and amazing, and if you take the special path that each unique child requires, you may find life a little easier for everyone. I’m here to support you and make it as easy, time-efficient, and as heart-centered as I can. I’ve been through it, and continue to find my way. Let me help you find yours.
I offer coaching and consulting for parents by phone, video call and in-person.
Together, we work to get to the bottom of what’s really going on for your child.
I offer free 20-minute phone sessions. Contact me at TeresaCurrivan@gmail.com or (925)478-7966 to schedule an appointment.
I’d love to hear from you!
I am proud to be a contributing writer at Filter Free Parents, Mother.ly, Gifted Homeschoolers Forum, Hoagies Gifted Education Page, and other publications.
I am the past school therapist for Fusion Academy High School in Walnut Creek, CA and currently am the parent support specialist at Big Minds Unschool, a K – 8 school for twice-exceptional learners in Pinole, CA (with a new campus opening in Dublin/San Ramon in 2020!) See my About Teresa Currivan page or Rates and Packages for more information.
“Teresa is a professional psychotherapist, a mother of a 2e child, and one of the leading advocates for 2e kids and their needs. When you have a child with asymmetrical development, they will greatly benefit from her existing body of knowledge that pertains to kids like them.” – Chris, parent of 12-year-old