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Short, Free Videos

Our clients and world events not only inspire us, they give us insights that push us to evolve our teachings and invent on the fly. In these short, free videos, discover our A-ha from real life moments with clients and the ever-changing world around us —and the strategies that were born from those moments. Join us on the very cutting edge of teaching social competencies! These videos do not offer continuing education credit.

 

Explore all our free Aha! Teaching Moment videos below!

Explore Free Aha Moments from the Global Providers’ Conference

How Metacognitive Strategies Can Help Us Manage our Undesired Racial Biases

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This video was an excerpt taken from the 13th Annual Global Providers’ Conference livestream that took place June 26-28.

Free 20 Minute Aha!

Michelle Garcia Winner—founder of the Social Thinking Methodology—explores the ways in which our neurology and life experiences combine to shape our world lens, including our racial biases. Using the COVID-19 pandemic and Black Lives Matter movement as a backdrop, Michelle directly addresses the challenges of being both black and having social learning challenges, such as ADHD. Too often, interventionists are quick to dismiss a child’s learning problems because their personal racial bias frames the child as a simple “behavior problem. Viewers are asked to consider the power of the social mind to value others, form our character, and then make choices through the use of meta-cognitive strategies to create a caring community for all.

Helping Parents Encourage Their Aging Child’s Use of Executive Functions

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This video was an excerpt taken from the 13th Annual Global Providers’ Conference livestream that took place June 26-28.

Free 2 Minute Aha!

In this short video clip from the Social Thinking Providers Conference, Dr. Damon Korb—a developmental and behavioral pediatrician and author of Raising an Organized Child—uses a baseball analogy to help parents understand how their role is constantly shifting, allowing their child to take on more of their own executive functions as their children progress through their teenage years. Damon’s full 60-minute keynote was packed with ideas and strategies that were much appreciated by his audience.

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Compelling Social Anxiety: Impressions and Perspective

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Free 12 Minute Aha!

Telling individuals with compelling social anxiety that others are having thoughts about them might lead to more anxiety. In this video, Michelle Garcia Winner explains how she helped her 15-year-old client manage his social anxiety by focusing on the impressions he forms of peers, rather than on the impressions peers may be forming of him.

 

Teachable Takeaways

  • 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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Social Anxiety and Talking in Class

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Free 12 Minute Aha!

We learn so much from our clients—and we want to share it with you. In this free 12 minute video, Social Thinking founder Michelle Garcia Winner shares what she learned when helping a client with social anxiety talk more in class—and the other factors she discovered that likely make the social anxiety more profound.

 

Teachable Takeaways

  • Learn about the real-life challenges of one of our clients
  • Explore Michelle Garcia Winner’s ahas inspired by the client’s experience
  • Discover the treatment strategies Michelle used to support the client's growth

 

 

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The Other Side of the Friendship Pyramid: Dealing with Dislike

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Free 10 Minute Aha!

Working with thirteen year olds can be tricky, especially when they are resistant to treatment and appear to revel in being “the most hated kid in school.” In our first-ever Aha! Teaching Moment video, Michelle Garcia Winner discusses developing the Pyramid of Dislike thinksheet to help a client realize it will be tough to make new friends when he spends most of his attention on the people he dislikes.

 

Teachable Takeaways

  • Quick ideas to fuel your practice
  • Brand-new Pyramid of Dislike handout
  • Novel approaches for using Social Thinking tools and strategies not found anywhere else

 

 

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Whether you’re working with typically developing students or individuals with social learning challenges (autism spectrum levels 1 and 2, ADHD, twice exceptional, social communication disorder, etc.)—if they're age 4 through adult with solid to strong language and learning abilities, we can help. When you attend a Social Thinking conference you will learn strategies for teaching social competencies.
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Online Training

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Informed by the latest research,  20+ years of clinical work, and honed through hundreds of worldwide presentations, these one-of-a-kind video courses explore all aspects of developing social competencies including building self-regulation, executive functioning, social problem solving abilities, and much more.

 

 

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Clinical Training

Social Thinking Clinical Training for Professionals

Get an inside look at how our clinicians teach at Social Thinking clinics by attending our three-day intensive Clinical Training Program. Designed for professionals with experience using the Social Thinking Methodology. Continuing education credit is available.

 

 

 

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