5 edition of Voice Treatment for Children & Adolescents found in the catalog.
March 20, 2001 by Singular .
Written in English
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Mendlowitz, PhD. They can also present with a physical complaint, such as stomachache or headache. Stay motivated as a family by keeping treatment goals in mind. Selective mutism is caused by parents who baby their children too much.
But involving the child does not mean signing over decision making. There is no single cause of anxiety disorders. Medications can have unwanted side effects, and you, your child and your whole family may feel angry or resentful about having to manage a condition that requires lifelong treatment. Selective mutism exists when a child is unable to speak in specific social and personal situations and when that deficit is not caused by a learning disorder or a language difference. Limited data continues to hinder the accurate measurement of the wellbeing of children with disability.
Different steps for prevention of voice disorders are also listed on the website. Similarly, the appendices are extremely useful with specific details regarding assessment, accommodation, and lists of potential interventions. This book emphasizes two important points for everyone to remember. They sometimes say that their school district is at a loss when it comes to developing a plan to support these children. In follow-up testing surrounding understanding and recall, all age groups of adolescents performed as well as their parents.
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In contrast, this book is action-oriented, providing many ideas on how to elicit more communication from the child.
His case examples help to mitigate the myths that often surround these children. Have symptoms been continuous or occasional? Children live in multiple spheres as they grow into young adults. Additionally, the author provides cutting-edge information on little-discussed topics such as female sexual offenders, the role of pornography in child abuse, children and adolescents who sexually abuse, authority figures who sexually abuse children, and treatment for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
Interview Questions What are your voice concerns? Don't hesitate to ask any other questions during your appointment. Check first before taking other medications. Who should read your book?
What makes this book unique compared with other books about selective mutism? This text provides a comprehensive view of voice disorders in children by incorporating basic science, evaluation, and treatment.
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