Parent-Led CBT for Youth with ASD and Co-Occurring Anxiety

Updated: May 24

As part of Hypothesis Haven Science Club's mission to teach children how doctors and scientists discover, treat and prevent illnesses, we are excited to share opportunities for children to take part in clinical research.

Through cognitive behavioral therapy, this study aims to provide you and your child skills for dealing with different problems, particularly stress and anxiety.


This research study is made to fit the needs of children and teens with high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder and anxiety, ensuring a safe experience for your family.



Purpose

Provide children and parents with the necessary tools to appropriately cope with stress and anxiety


Who can participate?

  • Children ages 4-14

  • Autism diagnosis

  • Experiencing anxiety symptoms

What will you do in the study?

You and your child will learn various skills, based on cognitive behavioral therapy, for dealing with problems related to stress and anxiety.


Online or in-person visit(s)?

Online or In-person (both)


Principal Investigator

Eric Storch, PhD


Join Now

Contact Sean Olsen at sean.olsen@bcm.edu or 832–824–8372