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19
Nov

I recently wrote an article on Selective Mutism for goodtherapy.org. As a goodtherapy topic expert in anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorders, I try to provide information that will support individuals and families who struggle with these frustrating (yet highly treatable!) disorders. This most recent article details how parents can alter their behaviour to increase the […]

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13
Sep

We used to know Selective Mutism by its former name: Elective Mutism. This subtle but meaningful change in diagnostic terminology reflects our improved understanding of this disorder. Children who are unable to speak to certain people and in certain situations are not defiant, oppositional, or manipulative; they are anxious. That said, these children may not […]

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26
Jul

When couples are expecting their first child, they spend an enormous amount of time shopping, reading, and learning. They often read books and take classes in order to learn more about pregnancy, labour, delivery, and parenting.¬†Research suggests that it may be equally important for parents to spend time strengthening their relationship before the baby comes.¬†Honing […]

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