Debbie Steinberg-Kuntz


Joy Lawson-Davis

Join us for four days of learning from the experts on gifted and twice-exceptionality (2e), including presentations from Dr. Joy Lawson-Davis and Debbie Steinberg-Kuntz. They join Dr. Susan Baum, chancellor of Bridges Graduate School of Cognitive Diversity, and educational therapist Dr. Cindy Hansen, who will share their expertise in meeting the needs of gifted, cognitively, and culturally diverse individuals.


Register now to reserve your spot among 15 select participants.


Register by March 1 to take advantage of the Early Bird rate of $800. Regular registration is $900.


Each participant will receive training in our pioneering strength-based assessment utilizing the meticulously developed Suite of Tools™ (SOT), a field-tested methodology that identifies and nurtures strengths, interests, and talents.


Registration also includes access to a Level One License for the Suite of Tools™ (SOT) and an invitation to our 2e Hall of Fame induction brunch and award ceremony.


Who should attend?

Professionals who want to refine their expertise and meet the needs of gifted, cognitively, and culturally diverse individuals. Including teachers, mental health practitioners, educational therapists, and parents.

For more information about sessions and registration, contact Kim Vargas at the graduate school office:
(818) 506-1091 | kim.vargas@bridges.edu


Please fill out the following form to register for this year’s event.

Contact Kim Vargas (kim.vargas@bridges.edu) with any questions.