Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg…
Help for Parents,
Families, Teens and Adults
Mika Gustavson, MFT, Director
Welcome to Cupertino, Summit Center!
Gifted Matters is thrilled to announce that Summit Center, the Bay Area’s premier resource for assessments and educational support for gifted and twice-exceptional individuals, is opening a Silicon Valley office. They are sharing space with Gifted Matters, so South Bay families will no longer have to make the trek to Walnut Creek to work with Summit Center. As my friend and colleague Dr. Dan Peters says, “Our new office presents a great opportunity for families in the Silicon Valley to receive a full range of services from Gifted Matters and Summit Center in one convenient location.”
Dr. Aileen Mosig will be providing comprehensive neuropsychological and educational assessments and counseling to children, adolescents, and families. Dr. Mosig specializes in helping gifted and twice-exceptional children and families. She is available to make suggestions with regard to gifted and homeschooling resources.
We are looking forward to a long and happy collaboration!
Gifted Matters has moved!
We are so excited to have moved to our new, bigger location! From now on, all appointments will be held in the new office, 21710 Stevens Creek Boulevard, Suite 120, Cupertino. We have only moved two blocks away from our original Cupertino office, and we should be very easy to find. In addition to having more space, the new layout will allow Gifted Matters to add therapists in the future, one of the long-term goals we’ve been hoping to achieve.