Stepping Up to Challenges (Part 1)

These popular groups have a uniquely dynamic games-based format designed to engage intense and sensitive gifted students to develop executive functioning skills. Executive functioning skills practiced in  Part 1 groups: Research-based strategies to improve emotional/ behavioral regulation (self-calming), paying attention, flexibility.

Game On!

Prerequisite – Part 1
Parent Meetings
 included with registration
MindQuest: Game On! is the most intensive group offered by MindQuest. Each participant and their parents/caregivers will set individualized goals and receive support to accomplish those goals. Activities will build on executive functioning skills practiced in Part 1 group sessions, and Part 2 groups sessions will add reducing impulsivity, increasing task initiation and improving organization.


Middle School: Grades 6 – 8
Parent Meetings included with registration
MindQuest Transitions groups support students and their parents/caregivers as they begin the new school year to develop an action plan to manage schoolwork challenges, improve communication skills and increase self-directedness. Students will create a support network, develop self-advocacy skills, learn problem-solving strategies, and increase motivation.

Parenting Seminar Series

Parenting for Success: Promoting Social, Emotional and Executive
Functioning Skills with High Potential Children (Parents with any age child/teen)
Parenting high potential children or teens can require a unique approach to help them develop certain social, emotional and executive functioning skills. Parents/caregivers will learn strategies to support self-regulation (self-calming), flexibility, task initiation and concentration. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and participate in discussions. You do not need to have a child in MindQuest groups to register, but if you do, you will receive a discount.