Art and Music Therapy are often used independently to treat individuals on the Autism Spectrum. At Monarch Center for Autism, our middle school and high school students have benefitted from receiving combined art and music therapy as a collaborative, multi-disciplinary treatment modality. This collaboration has promoted greater success in numerous areas including social skills, appropriately commenting (both positively and negatively), critical thinking skills (including reflecting on emotions), and accepting and following expectations. Multi-disciplinary sessions, which incorporate numerous visual supports including video models and organizational charts, appeal to the students' creativity, are relevant to their everyday lives, and help them acquire important skills in a refreshing manner. During this webinar, which originally aired on March 17, 2016, participants will learn the definitions of Art and Music Therapy; how students with autism benefit from Art and Music Therapy; and case studies demonstrating how students benefit from the co-treatment of these therapies.