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Parenting a Child with Possible Histrionic Disorder

While it is true that the younger the child is the more difficult, if enough information is gathered a diagnosis can be done fairly accurately. It is also true that the younger a child is, the more a clinician needs to be careful and use due diligence. This is a result of the many variables present with younger children, such as their immaturity, the possibility of family dynamics, and the child limitations as a reliable historian. Young children can give many verbal cues and therefore the cues have to be more behavioral in nature.



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