CCF helped youngsters find their brave voice

Kids in Brave Bunch Camp

The Brave Bunch Camp at the Center for Children and Families is one of only seven programs in the country and only one in the Southeastern United States to offer the intensive format of behavioral therapy needed to help children with Selective Mutism (SM).

Prevalence of SM is found in less than one percent of the population, but it is two to three times more likely to affect bilingual children. The camp has hosted children from China, Australia and many countries in South America.

Twenty-four children with SM from all over the country visited Miami for a special summer program to help them learn how to find their brave voice.

Read more about the program by Christina Mayo in Miami Herald.