It’s normal to have parenting frustrations with our kids’ behavior. There’s a difference however between things that bug us and things that rise to the level of behavior problems.
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO CHANGE YOUR CHILD'S BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS?
1. EXAMINE THE PROBLEM.
2. NOTICE WHEN IT IS BETTER OR WORSE
3. WHAT REINFORCES YOUR CHILD?
CAN BEHAVIOR THERAPY HELP?
YES! Research shows that therapy is an effective first line treatment for behavioral problems. You can get the guidance you need by working with an experienced therapist. Regular sessions will help you better understand what triggers your child's behavior and skills on how to respond differently.
If you are searching for a child behavior specialist for your child, the following therapists work with children specifically at Columbus Behavioral Health:
If your child is in need of medication, Jessica Witkin, PMHNP (Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner) sees children ages five and older.