What is Selective Mutism: From Web MD
It’s called “selective mutism,” when a child, who may normally be boisterous at home, is scared to death to speak in ‘select’ social settings like school. It’s an often misdiagnosed childhood anxiety disorder that, if left untreated, can lead to bigger behavioral problems down the road. The good news is there’s help. [Source Web MD]
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