Susan Daniels, Ph.D.
Susan Daniels, Ph.D., is Professor of Educational Psychology and Counseling at California State University – San Bernardino, where she directs the College of Education Graduate Certificate in Gifted Education and teaches courses in child and adolescent development; gifted education; and creativity, thinking, and problem solving. She is also co-founder, with Dr. Dan Peters, and Educational Director of the Summit Center, with offices in Northern and Southern California. At the Summit Center, Dr. Daniels provides differentiated educational plans for children and adolescents as part of comprehensive psycho-educational and neuropsychological evaluations. She is also available for consultation with families and schools. Dr. Daniels is an internationally recognized expert in the field of gifted education and creativity, with numerous publications and presentations given annually at educational and psychological conferences. She specializes in the social and emotional development
of gifted children and adolescents, intensity and sensitivity of gifted individuals across the lifespan, and the development of creative potential. Dr. Daniels is co-editor and co-author of Living with Intensity (Great Potential Press, 2008). In addition, and along with Dr. Peters, Dr. Daniels is a co-founder of Camp Summit, a residential summer camp for gifted youth and co-author of Raising Creative Kids (Great Potential Press, 2013).
For more information on Dr. Daniels and the Summit Center, visit the Summit Center webpage.