Selective Mutism—Behavioral Issues in Child Care and Schools

Selective mutism is identified when a child who is able to speak at home does not speak in public settings, especially child care or school. While some children are shy in new settings, the shyness generally decreases as they become accustomed to the new setting. Children with selective mutism will remain unable to speak for longer than 1 month.

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