psychotherapy services for the gifted

Being Gifted

Giftedness: Joys & Vulnerabilities

Being Gifted

Existential depression is the most common problem of gifted individuals

Therapeutic Approach

Gifted Adults: characteristics, issues, challenges and solutions

Therapeutic Approach

Parenting the gifted child

Jerald Grobman, MD

Dr.Grobman is a a graduate of Tufts University School of Medicine, a board certified psychiatrist, and a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association (Recommendation-Shim,Recommendation-Welton,Recommendation-Webb,Recommendation-Kuzujanakis). For the past 40 years he has been in private practice specializing in the assessment and psychotherapy of gifted adolescents and adults. 

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.