Events

events1Speaking Engagements and Groups

Anne Tyler, MS, LMFT regularly facilitates skills development groups for gifted children and teens to support executive functioning skills and other mental health challenges. And, Anne has presented for educators in major school districts in the metro area and for workshops coordinated by the Minnesota Department of Education. She is regularly presents at the annual MCGT (Minnesota Council for Gifted and Talented) Conference and parent groups . Anne is available for presentations on topics such as:

  • Brains on Fire: Preserving the Internal Flame Without Self-Combusting -Executive Functioning Skill Development for Gifted Children
  • KaBoom!: What to Do When Gifted Kids Explode
  • MindCraft: Crafting Gifted Minds, Hearts and Bodies Through Play
  • Opening Gifted Minds from the Inside Out: Mindfulness, Mindset and the Neuroscience of Learning
  • Helping Highly Sensitive and Creative Kids Succeed
  • The Neuroscience of Learning (Several topics available for parents and educators.

Presentations can be customized for your school or group. All presentations are designed to provide applications and tools for parents, educators and/or counselors. Contact Anne for more information. Anne@tylerinstitute.org

Anne will be speaking at the following engagements and events:

January 2017

January 17, 2017 – Beginning of Winter Groups held in Edina, Minnesota

MindQuest: Stepping Up To Challenges (Part 1) Groups (Grades 3-5) – BEGINS in Edina

MindQuest: Game On! (Part 2) Groups (Grades 3-5) – BEGINS in Edina

November 2016

November 17, 2016 – Gifted Advisory Board (West Metro), Plymouth – Resources and special issues for gifted children in school

November 12, 2016 – MCGT Conference 2016 – How to Coach Your Child to Improve Their Executive Functioning, MindCraft: Crafting Gifted Minds, Hearts and Bodies Through Play, Opening Gifted Minds from the Inside Out

October 2016

October 6, 2016 – SPAN Prior Lake MCGT Chapter Meeting – How to Coach Your Child to Improve Their Executive Functioning

September 2016

September 27, 2016 – Beginning of groups offered in fall 2016 held in Hopkins, Minnesota (6 sessions each)

MindQuest: Stepping Up To Challenges (Part 1) Groups (Grades 1-5) – BEGINS in Hopkins

MindQuest: Game On! (Part -2) Groups (Grades 1-2, 3-5) – BEGINS in Hopkins

MindQuest: Transitions for Middle School Gifted Students  – Groups (Grades 6-8) – BEGINS in Hopkins

Halcyon: Anxiety and Stress Management for High Potential Students  – (grades 1-2)

Halcyon: Anxiety and Stress Management for High Potential Middle School Students  – (grades 6-8)

May 2016

May 10, 2016 – QUEST Gifted Program staff, Buffalo, MN – Supporting the Executive Functioning of Gifted Students  – Educator Workshop about Gifted Students and Executive Functioning in the classroom

April 2016

April 16, 2016 – Beginning of Spring Groups – St. Paul

MindQuest: Stepping Up To Challenges (Part 1) Groups (Grades 1-2, 3-5) – St. Paul

February 2016

February 20 – Beginning of Winter Groups – Chanhassen and Golden Valley

MindQuest: Stepping Up To Challenges (Part 1) Groups (Grades 1-2, 3-5) – BEGINS in Chanhassen and Golden Valley

MindQuest: Game On! (Part 2) Groups (Grades 1-2, 3-5) – BEGINS in Golden Valley

November 2015

November 7, 2015 – MCGT Conference 2015 – Parent presentations

ISD 833 – Woodbury –Supporting the Executive Functioning of Gifted Students  – Educator Full-Day Workshop about Gifted Students and Executive Functioning in the classroom

October 2015

October 5, 2015 – MCGT Chapter Meeting – Prior Lake, MN – Opening Gifted Minds From the Inside Out: Mindset, Mindfulness and the Neuroscience of Learning for Parenting Gifted Children and Teens – Parent Presentation

September 2015

MindQuest: Stepping Up To Challenges (Part 1) Groups (Grades 1-5) – BEGINS in Golden Valley and St. Paul

MindQuest: Transitions for Middle School Gifted Students  – Groups (Grades 6-8) – BEGINS in St. Paul

August 2015

ISD 833 – Woodbury – If They Are So Smart, Why Can’t They… Educator Full-Day Workshop about Gifted Students, Executive Functioning, Mindset and Mindfulness in the classroom

March 2015 – 

MindQuest: Stepping Up To Challenges (Part 1) Groups (Grades 1-8) BEGINS in St. Louis Park and St. Paul

February 2015

Minnesota Department of Education – Executive Functioning and Gifted Children – Teacher and Gifted Coordinator Workshop

January 2015

MindQuest: Stepping Up To Challenges (Part 1) Groups (Grades 1-2, 3-5, 6-8) BEGINS in St. Louis Park

December 2014

Dimensions Academy, Bloomington, MN, teachers and parents workshops on Executive Functioning and supporting Gifted Children in Middle School

November 2014

2014 MCGT Conference – What to Do When Gifted Kids Explode and Executive Functioning in Gifted Children

May 2014

Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose School District, Parents of children in gifted program – The Neuroscience of Learning and Regulating Emotions and Behavior

MCGT Homeschool Chapter Meeting – The Neuroscience of Learning and Regulating Emotions and Behavior

November 2013

2013 MCGT Conference – What To Do When Gifted Kids Explode

April 2013

MCGT Prior Lake chapter meeting – Supporting the Special Needs of Gifted Children: Neuroscience Implications for Regulating Emotions and Behavior