Open lines of communication with children

By Courtney Samsel MA, LPC, CART

Starting in the beginning months of life, infants learn to say their first words. Most believe this marks the beginning of their journey through communication with those in their environment. Interestingly, communication occurs prior to when these words are uttered. It is through tears that the newborn learns to communicate his/her basic needs.

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