ASD CBT Video for Children Number 1

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ASD CBT Video for Children Number 1

This is the first in a series of eight simple videos for children dealing with upsetting emotions. I designed the videos for kids with high functioning autism but they are also useful for typical children with emotional concerns. I have other free, download/print resources to go with them -- follow the links below ~ JOEL SHAUL, LCSW, AUTISM TEACHING STRATEGIES CBT Video for Kids Number 1: Introduction CBT Video for Kids Number 2: Fighting Upsetting Thoughts CBT Video for Kids Number 3: Five Kinds of Upsetting Thoughts CBT Video for Kids Number 4: Black and White Thinking CBT Video for Kids Number 5: Dealing with Worries CBT Video for Kids Number 6: Getting Stuck on Sad Things CBT Video for Kids Number 7: When your Mind Blames Too Much CBT Video for Kids Number 8: Rigid Thinking CBT Thought Bubbles: How to Download & Use CBT Worksheets for Children: Other free resources:

Comments to the video: ASD CBT Video for Children Number 1

Diane Keesman 2 months ago
Thanks for your generosity in providing these resources Joel. They are great and I use your videos in my sessions with kids often. I will also take a look at your other resources.
Autism Teaching Strategies 2 months ago
Thank you for your kind comment. I am glad you are finding the resources useful.  On my website in recent years since I created these videos I have posted a lot of CBT free downloads you might find useful.
Metal Virus 3 months ago
Nice music!
Claudia Hantel 2 years ago
Thank you so much for these videos and CBT handouts. I have been guardian to my autistic nephew for two years now and struggle at times on how to manage things. These videos and worksheet are just great! Thank you very much!!!
Autism Teaching Strategies 2 years ago
Claudia, I am so pleased these materials are of so use to you.  Thank you for your note. ~ Joel Shaul
Laura Lofy 2 years ago
Great. Thanks!!!! Gonna use this in my practice.
Phuong nguyen lan 2 years ago
Great Video, thank you so much. My son alway having poisson thoughts. He is 11 years old, i am not sure how much he is understand but i am sure that your video help him to understand himself. Thank you again. Best regards. Phuong
Autism Teaching Strategies 2 years ago
+Phuong nguyen lan   Thank you for your comment.  I wish you success in helping your son with his problems.
Marke Weekes 3 years ago
This is a God send. My son suffers from ASD and frequently has upsetting emotions. It's a perfect programme to help me support him and for him to develop coping strategies. Thanks so much for putting this together and sharing.
Autism Teaching Strategies 3 years ago
+Marke Weekes I am so glad this might be helpful to your son. I have some other free CBT resources on my website - check them out. ~ Joel Shaul
Janine Shaw 3 years ago
What a great resource! Our son is high-functioning autistic and loves all things tech. We will try watching these with him. Thank-you for making and sharing!
Kristen White 3 years ago
Thank you so much----perfect for my class of grade 5-7s.
Autism Teaching Strategies 3 years ago
+Kristen White You're welcome. I am glad that they are useful for you.
Emily Turner 3 years ago
I just wanted to thank you for these videos!  These have been very helpful for my own children to get past their anxiety.  Great resource!
Autism Teaching Strategies 3 years ago
Emily, I am so pleased they have been helpful.  My regards to your kids.  ~ Joel Shaul
Jennifer Cornwell 3 years ago
joel, your videos are WONDERFUL!! My sixth grade ADHD, ODD & Asperger boys LoVE These. I tried teaching kind of the same ideas using emotes figurines but my boys who love electronics told me they understood these videos better. As a professional it is hard to find quality materials that truly work! These do work & sooo thankful they are free! Thank you for making them!
Autism Teaching Strategies 3 years ago
Jennifer, thank you very much for your comments.  I am so pleased that the videos have been useful for your students. I created these videos partly so that I would have them for my own use in school settings, where a screen-based medium seems to engage children better than my own voice at times.
Autism Teaching Strategies 4 years ago
I really like your idea, think I will try it ~ Joel Shaul
Terri Pilkerton 4 years ago
Very nice! My plan is to translate this into a play therapy strategy using a poison jar and a medicine jar, writing their own thoughts and then placing them into the jars.