Selective Mutism is an anxiety disorder predominantly found in children.
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Children fail to communicate in social environments, but can speak in comfort zones.
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Parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) can treat Selective Mutism effectively.
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Thirty-one children, along with their parents, participated in the new study.
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A significant improvement was observed after the sessions and follow-up visits which included parent, child, and therapist.
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