This is a 1 hour, 4 minute video/audio recording of a webinar facilitated by Carl R. Brass, LPCC-S (Executive Director of Monarch Lifeworks). The webinar aired on February 19, 2015. Research suggests that nearly half, if not more than half, of all children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) present with sufficient symptoms of anxiety to warrant a clinical diagnosis. The provision of visual schedules, calendars, social stories, timers, and noise-reducing headphones, to name a few supports, can be profoundly impactful. Not every individual, however, with ASD and clinical anxiety will respond positively to the standard repertoire of interventions. When working with particularly acute and complex symptoms, selecting the correct supports, occasionally being able to take a counterintuitive approach, knowing which skills to target, when to establish firm parameters, and when to make expectations flexible is essential. Webinar topics include: Prevalence of anxiety disorders within the population of individuals with ASD; Review of common, non-pharmaceutical strategies for addressing anxiety in ASD population; Reasons why common techniques fall short, miss the mark, and/or exacerbate symptoms; Strategies to consider when chosen methods fail; A brief word on medication; Strategies to help individuals improve coping; Case Studies.