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16. Rapport: Young Children

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Establishing rapport with a toddler or school-age child can be challenging. Young childhood is characterized by rapid development and new experiences. The clinician can learn about the young patient by observing and using those observations in developing rapport and determining when to interact directly with the parents.

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