Disruptive Child Behavior

There is nothing more precious than our children. And when a child is struggling, parents also suffer.

Parenting is often challenging and demanding in the best of circumstances, but it’s especially difficult when the child exhibits significant behavioral and emotional problems. When this happens, seeking professional assistance is essential for your child’s well-being, and your own.

Help is available for you and your child

PsyCare treats a wide range of child behavior issues, including:

  • hyperactivity and inattention
  • defiance and non-compliance
  • overly aggressive behavior
  • misbehavior
  • poor school performance
  • difficulties with peer or family relationships
  • social withdrawal
  • poor self-esteem
  • emotional distress

PsyCare also addresses a variety of developmental delays and adjustment problems.

Parents and families must get involved

Treating a child requires a parent’s active participation. At whatever age, parents reflect the child’s world, at whatever age, and are a vital source of love and support for change. Much of the therapy for a child involves the learning of new skills to bring about positive change. This can become a rewarding experience for the whole family.

Call PsyCare

If your child exhibits disruptive behavior, please call PsyCare at 800-242-4604. There is help available for whatever you’re facing.