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By Dave DeFusco

Last year, Marsha Pinto, a speech pathologist and graduate of the M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology, received a referral for a 7-year-old student with selective mutism, an anxiety disorder that inhibits him from speaking in certain social situations. Not only would he not speak, he wouldn’t venture inside the classroom, instead lingering […]

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