Dr. Jerald Grobman, M.D.

Jerald Grobman, MD
Dr.Grobman is a a graduate of Tufts University School of Medicine and a board certified psychiatrist.For the past 36 years he has been in private practice specializing in the assessment and psychotherapy of gifted adolescents and adults. His website ,his publications on underachievement in gifted adolescents and young adults and psychotherapy of gifted adolescents and young adults, his video presentation on the gifted / learning disability syndrome, his webinar – Understanding and treating anxiety,Depression,Bipolar disorder and Underachievement in gifted children, adolescents, and young adults (SENG October 1,2009) his Davidson Institute seminar – Tips for Parents: the inner experience of gifted children , adolescents and young adults have become important resources for the national and international gifted community.  Read More

Madelon Sann, LCSW

Madelon Sann, LCSW
Madelon Sann is a graduate of the Columbia University School of Social Work. She is a licensed clinical social worker, a certified supervisor of the psychotherapeutic process and a certified group psychoanalyst. She maintains private practices in New York and New Jersey.

For the past forty years she has specialized in the psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy of gifted children and adults. She began her career as a child therapist at the Jewish Board of Guardians (currently JBFCS) where she was a senior caseworker, a group therapy coordinator and an assistant director of the Montague School for Girls. She then became the Chief Social Worker at The Center for Marital and Family Therapy. Her work with children includes extensive experience in parent guidance, school consultations and training in giftedness.  Read More