Children and adults all react to life situations in different ways. Particularly during their school or teenage years, it can be difficult for children to keep their emotions under control. As they reach puberty, children can become more defiant and start to be more independent. As they reach their teen years, many become moody or angry, and battles with their parents become more frequent.
If you are worried about your child’s behaviour, it is important to talk to them about it and include them in the decision-making process. If the problem seems too much for you and your family to deal with, don’t be afraid to ask for professional help.
You can make an appointment by calling our Mt Gravatt office on 3088 5422, or our Loganholme clinic on 3067 9129.