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Does my Child have Behaviors?

Updated: Nov 3, 2018

Verbal Aggression (disrespectful, name calling,  teasing, taunting, swearing, yelling)


Physical Aggression (biting, hitting, kicking, property destruction, threatening, cruelty to animals, bullying)


Defiance (refusing to follow rules, refusing to turn off the TV, computer, or video games, lying)


Anger Issues (difficulty accepting "no" or frustration calmly, temper tantrums, cursing, anger management)


Annoying Behaviors (whining, complaining, interrupting,  arguing, poor table manners, pleading to be bought things in stores,  pouting)


Self Care (refusing to bathe or shower, brush teeth, brush hair, or use deodorant, finicky eaters, hoarding  food)


Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) (diagnostic evaluations and treatment)


Adjustment Issues (divorce, birth of sibling, starting a new school or daycare, blended families, parent getting remarried)


School Problems (school refusal, difficulty getting up to go to school, behavioral problems, homework issues, poor grades, attention problems, social skills, bullies and victims of bullies)


Anxiety   (separation anxiety, social anxiety, shyness, generalized anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder)


Sleep Issues (nightmares, night terrors, bedtime routines, poor sleep habits, staying in bed, going to bed)

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