Presentation Slides and Media

In The Media

Dr. Grace Malonai presenting at the SENG 2015 conference

Presentation Material

Please View Our Slides (but don’t share!)

The data presented in these slides has not yet been published and is not for distribution. We kindly ask you not to share, forward or post any of the data presented in these slides. Instead of sharing the slides or information on the slides, please share the link to this page. (Thank you very much for your cooperation and understanding!)

Instructions on how to properly cite our slides as a reference source can be found below.

We are in the process of publishing our data, and some presentation slides may be unavailable for viewing. In addition, some of the presentations are clickable, and some require a password for access.

Clinical Applications for Therapists of Gifted Clients
How to Talk to Children About Their Giftedness: The Impact of Gifted Identification
Helping Gifted and Highly Sensitive Kids Cope with Anxiety and Depression
Sex and Intimacy in Gifted Relationships
Gifted Identity Project Cultural Influences on Gifted Families
Gifted Identity Project The Journey Lasts Lifetime After Lifetime

How to Reference Our Slides

If you wish to reference material in these slides, please properly cite any and all references from TheraThrive, Dr. Grace Malonai and/or Gifted Identity Project℠ Power Point presentation slides. The following format shows how the citation would look in APA style (use a hanging indent):

Malonai, G., Duncan, S., & Shepard, A. (2015). Gifted Identity Project. The Journey Lasts

Lifetime After Lifetime [PowerPoint Slides]. Retrieved from
Malonai, G. (2015). TheraThrive. Sex and Intimacy in Gifted Relationships [PowerPoint

Slides]. Retrieved from

We are sharing our material with you in good faith that you will respect our copyright, cite properly and use this page’s link for sharing. Thank you again for your cooperation and understanding!