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Posted by on Jan 8, 2019 in In the Metro

MON 2/25 @ 7pm | Andrew Mahoney on Motivation & Achievement

MON 2/25 @ 7pm | Andrew Mahoney on Motivation & Achievement

andrew mahoneyAndrew Mahoney, a pioneer in the field of counseling the gifted and talented and a renowned expert on achievement, highlights the intense and complicated relationship between the process of activating achievement and motivation. Parents and guests are encouraged to bring questions for a lively and informative experience! This presentation will be directed towards achievement for all children, not just gifted and talented.

Location & Registration Info

This event is made possible thanks to sponsorship by Arete Academy and the Edina, Minneapolis, Prior Lake/Savage, RAVE, and Robbinsdale chapters of MCGT.

TOPIC | Motivation & Achievement: A Torrid Love Affair

When | Monday, February 25, 2019, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Where | Sabes Jewish Community Center ~ 4330 S. Cedar Lake Road, Minneapolis, MN 55416

Who | All who support gifted and 2E students – educators, parents, and other caregivers and professionals welcome!

Questions | Email info@mcgt.net, or call (952) 848-4906

Register | Online at www.mcgt.net (credit or debit card payment only) or on-site registration outside of rooms 350-351 (cash, check or charge accepted)

Cost | FREE for MCGT Members, Non-members $10 per person or join MCGT to receive member rate

Speaker Bio

Andy Mahoney, M.S., L.P.C., L.M.F.T., is founder of the Center for Identity Potential counseling centers for the gifted and talented (Chicago and Detroit). He is a recognized expert and pioneer in the field of counseling the gifted and talented, with over 30 years’ experience as counselor, family therapist, and trainer of mental health professionals and related educational professionals. His primary work and research focuses on creating identities that fit to activate potential, and achievement. Andy also provides a consulting practice (Identity Potential INC) developing high potential talent and meaningful practice in business and in life. He was a long-standing executive board member and the past chair of the Counseling and Guidance Division of the National Association of Gifted Children.