Heart of the Matter: Complexities of the Highly Gifted Self  (pps. 182-207; 2012).  In C. Neville, M. Piechowski and S. Tolan (eds, 2012), Off The Charts: Asynchrony in the Gifted Child. Royal Fireworks Press.

Living Ones' Spirit Song: Transcendent Experiences in Counseling Gifted Adults. (2008). In S. Daniels and M. Piechowski, (eds; 2008). Living with Intensity: Sensitivity, Excitability and Emotional Development in Gifted Children, Adolescents and Adults. Scottsdale: Gifted Potential Press.

Guidance and Counseling for the Gifted. (2007, revision). Florida Department of Education, Bureau of Education for Exceptional Students; Florida Challenge Grant Program, Tallahassee, Florida.

Counseling Gifted Females with Eating Disorders. (1999). Advanced Development: A Journal on Adult Giftedness, Vol. 8, pgs. 113-130.

Understanding the Gifted Underachiever. (1980). Illinois Council for the Gifted Newsletter, Vol. 6, Number 1.

Parenting Gifted Children. (1980). Illinois Council for the Gifted Newsletter,Vol. 5, Number 2.

Tips for Parents: Attaining Health and Well-being Through Balance. (2008). Davidson Institute for Talent Development, Young Scholar Seminar, 2008.

“Might I already be seeing gifted traits in my 3 year-old?”  WOGI website, Frequently Asked Questions,

“What can we, as parents, expect as our gifted child approaches teen years?”  WOGI website, Frequently Asked Questions,

“My gifted child seems to be having a hard time fitting in with her peers.  How can I help her?”  WOGI website, Frequently Asked Questions,

“What can I do to foster a positive relationship with my child’s school?”  WOGI website, Frequently Asked Questions,

“And so it is summer, now what?”  WOGI website, Frequently Asked Questions,

Understanding your Gifted Child From the Inside Out.  WOGI Podcast Series, Five-parts:
Part One: “What does it mean to be gifted?’;  Part Two: “Asynchronous Development, Sensitivity, and Perceptivity”; Part Three: “Perfectionism, Personality and Temperament”;  Part Four: “Overexcitabilities: Psychomotor and Sensual”; Part Five: “Overexcitabilities: Intellectual, Imaginational and Emotional”.  WOGI website, Parent section,