Student Social Anxiety, Impressions & Perspective

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  • In this free 12 minute video, learn about the real-life challenges of one of our clients
  • Discover the treatment strategies Michelle used with a 15-year-old boy with social anxiety, depression, and late diagnosis of ASD
  • Watch Michelle explain how to encourage student motivation and anxiety management
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Telling a highly anxious kid people are making impressions about them, might lead to more anxiety. In this Aha! Moment, Michelle Garcia Winner, the founder of Social Thinking, shares a lesson she used in a treatment session with a 15-year-old boy with social anxiety, depression, and late diagnosis of ASD. She explains how to encourage student motivation and anxiety management by focusing attention on how the student forms impressions about his peers, rather than exploring what impressions peers may be forming about him.
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Exploring Treatment for Social Anxiety

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Social anxiety is a compelling problem for many students, with or without diagnostic labels. In this module, social anxiety will be defined in comparison to general anxiety, shyness, introversion, and sensory overload. A variety of treatment methods to manage social anxiety are described for age 10 through adulthood. In addition to discussing more traditional social anxiety treatment strategies, we will describe how to teach students about their own social thinking, social problem solving, and social skills to foster social competencies.

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