Disruptive Behaviors

Disruptive behaviors in children are actions or behaviors that interfere with their daily activities or cause disruption to others.

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These behaviors can be challenging to manage for parents, teachers, and caregivers.

It's essential to understand that disruptive behaviors in children can be a sign of an underlying issue or condition, such as ADHD or anxiety. Therefore, it's important to seek professional help if these behaviors persist or worsen over time.

Temper Tantrums

This is an outburst of emotional frustration and anger that can lead to physical displays like screaming, crying, and sometimes even aggressive behavior.


Aggressive behaviors in children can manifest as hitting, biting, kicking, or other forms of physical aggression. Verbal aggression, such as shouting and name-calling, can also be present.


Defiant behavior can include a child's refusal to follow rules, listen to authority figures, or comply with requests.

Action-Seeking Behavior

Some children may engage in disruptive behavior to seek attention. This can include interrupting others, acting out, and being overly dramatic.


Hyperactive behavior is characterized by excessive movement, impulsivity, and inability to sit still.

Oppositional Behavior

Oppositional behavior is when a child constantly argues with authority figures, refuses to comply with rules, and is generally difficult to manage.

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We offer in-person and tele-health appointments

Our therapists will determine if tele-health therapy is an appropriate option for your individual needs and circumstances.