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TeleMental Health Clinical Relationship Challenges
8 Strategies for Working with Grieving Children

Section 18
Children & Adolescents:
TMH Interpersonal Dimensions

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For children or adolescents eye contact is an important developmental consideration especially when assessing anxiety depression psychosis, autism spectrum disorders, and attachment disorders. A camera mounted above the monitor will cause the child to appear to be looking downward perhaps suggesting depression or anxiety. Conversely a camera placed below the monitor will make the child appear to be looking upward conveying the possibility of autism spectrum disorder these views might falsely confess they difficulties in relatedness and rapport building. What is the solution? Record the letter of the correct answer to the CE Test.


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