Videos


Videos are a great way of raising awareness of selective mutism and very easy to share too!

I’ve put together a small selection of videos about SM on this page; some are documentaries, some are home made videos from people who have had SM themselves and others are awareness videos.

So whether you are looking for advice, information or for the knowledge that you are not alone, you should find what you are looking for.

Take a look!

From SMiRA

The SM awareness video

From Lauren Whiteway

This is Lauren’s first video and is part of her SM awareness videos (have a look at her other videos)

From Lucy Nathanson (Confident Children)

 

From the BBC

Documentary with Ashley John-Baptiste

From Channel 4

Four part documentary on selective mutism, first broadcast in 2006 by Channel 4

Have you seen a video about selective mutism that you think should be shown here? Let me know by emailing contact@findingourvoices.co.uk

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