Behavioural issues

Behavioural issues can affect a child’s life both at home and at school. If these issues are not dealt with in adolescence they may continue into adulthood.

  • School Refusal - A student refusing to go to school is usually the result of an underlying issue such as anxiety, stress or depression.
  • Childhood Tantrums - Tantrums can include crying, screaming, whining, kicking, hitting and breath holding.
  • Running away from family - Adolescents and sometimes even teenagers choose to run away from home for reasons varying from stress to doing something wrong or having an argument.
  • Bedwetting - Also known as nighttime incontinence or nocturnal enuresis, bedwetting occurs after the age at which bladder control is usually expected.

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Child And Adolescent Behavioral Issues