Parent-Led CBT for Youth with ASD and Co-Occurring Anxiety
In collaboration with Texas Children’s Autism Center, Baylor College of Medicine is conducting research on parent-led cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) for youth with anxiety and ASD. Treatment focuses on teaching parents and children how to gradually face fear and coping skills for dealing with different problems. The project’s goal is to provide children and parents with the necessary tools to appropriately cope with stressful and anxiety provoking situations. View article.
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Parent-Led Cognitive Behavioral Teletherapy for Anxiety in Youth with ASD
The purpose of this study is to implement an anxiety-focused, Parent-Led Therapist-Assisted (PLTA) cognitive behavioral teletherapy protocol for parents of youth with ASD. The type of CBT used is a specialized parent-led treatment protocol for children and adolescents with ASD and comorbid anxiety delivered via telemedicine to families in the state of Texas. Learn more about the study.
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Treatment Preference for Children with ASD and Anxiety
For this study, we are interested in hearing from parents of children with ASD and anxiety regarding their thoughts and feelings towards various treatments. Through use of an online survey, we are hoping to learn more about the types of treatments parents prefer for their child, with the aim of using this information to educate future providers and facilitate provider-parent decision-making about treatment.
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