Compelling Social Anxiety: Impressions and Perspective

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  • Discover the treatment strategies Michelle used with a 15-year-old boy with social anxiety, depression, and late diagnosis of ASD
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If you know someone who’s highly socially anxious all the time, they may suffer from compelling social anxiety and need more support than most. Telling individuals with compelling social anxiety that others are having thoughts about them might lead to more anxiety. In this video, Michelle Garcia Winner shares a lesson she used with a 15-year-old boy who has compelling social anxiety, depression, and a late diagnosis of autism. She explains how she helped him manage his social anxiety by focusing on the impressions he forms of peers, rather than on the impressions peers may be forming of him.
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