This talk by Katie Campbell, Eastern Kentucky University ‘Childhood Anxiety Disorders: A look into Selective Mutism’ is primarily aimed at students. Katie is mentored by Dr. Myra Beth Bundy, also of Eastern Kentucky University.
Communication and language are important factors for development, social skills and education and have longer term consequences for educational and socioemotional outcomes. The lecture covers the following areas:
- The theory behind selective mutism
- Assessment via clinical example
- Cursory reference to different kinds of treatment
- The service implications for training of personnel by comparing views and expertise of speech and language therapists and clinical psychologists.
ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with the day and time you watch it, so we can check the analytics, and we’ll email you your certificate.
ACAMH would like to thank Dr. Nermin Khalil (SLaM) for leading on the creation of this series of videos.