NAVIGATION

Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties

Children

Some common problems that require behavioural management techniques for children:
(Note: this is not an exhaustive list of problems. It is intended to provide you with a guide of the types of problems that can be remediated)

  • How can I stop my child’s school refusal?
  • How do I make her do her homework?
  • How do I stop him playing Nintendo Games and watching TV for hours?
  • How do I make him eat properly?
  • How do I stop him constantly fighting with his sister?
  • How do I get her to sleep at night in her own bed?
  • How can I get him to socialise and play?
  • How do I stop him fighting in the playground and hitting other children?
  • How do I improve her concentration on her school work?
  • How do I stop him scratching his skin and creating skin disorders?
  • How do I make her relax so that her asthma doesn’t become progressively worse?
  • How do I control him screaming and kicking in the shopping centre when I won’t buy him a toy?
  • How do I make her confident to speak up in the classroom?
  • How do I stop her being frightened of the dark?
  • How do I stop his bad dreams that wake him every night?
  • How can I teach him to be minded by other people other than myself?
  • How can I make her a happy and contented child?
  • How can I assist him to solve his peer group problems?

 

Adolescents

Some common problems that require behavioural management techniques for adolescents:
(Note: this is not an exhaustive list of problems. It is intended to provide you with a guide of the types of problems that can be remediated)

  1. How can I stop her from spending hours on Facebook?
  2. How can I stop her from going out until all hours of the morning?
  3. How do I stop him from drinking and smoking excessively?
  4. How can I tell him to stop speeding in the car?
  5. How can I obtain a better relationship with my 17 year old?
  6. How can I control her self mutilation and cutting?
  7. How can I make her eat properly and not discontinue dieting when she’s already under 40kg?
  8. How can I let her now that her boyfriend and her peer group are destructive for her?
  9. How can I make him study and consider his future?
  10. How can I make her stop washing herself and checking the power points?
  11. How can I make her go out and socialise rather than spend lengthy periods of time in her room?
  • How can I get her to talk to me without yelling?

Adults

Some common problems that require behavioural management techniques for adults:
(Note: this is not an exhaustive list of problems. It is intended to provide you with a guide of the types of problems that can be remediated)

  • How can I lose weight?
  • How can I improve my confidence in social situations and at work?
  • How can I stop cleaning excessively?
  • How can I stop having extra marital affairs?
  • How can I stop gambling?
  • How can I become more assertive and stop being put down by my family and friends?
  • How can I control my children?
  • How can I relax?
  • How can I limit my alcohol intake?
  • How can I reduce my smoking?
  • How can I prevent being depressed and crying excessively?
  • How can I stop my panic attacks?
  • How can I improve my sleeping?
  • How can I improve my tolerance to physical pain?
  • How can I get over my traumatic childhood which interferes with my life?
  • How can I improve my relationship with my husband?
  • How can I stop my road rage and angry outbursts towards my family?
  • How can I stick to my plans of action and not become deviated?
  • How can I stop sweating and becoming red when participating in meetings?
  • How can I stop spending excessively?
  • How can I be happy and fulfil my true potential?

 

Families

Some common problems that require behavioural management techniques for families:
(Note: this is not an exhaustive list of problems. It is intended to provide you with a guide of the types of problems that can be remediated)

  • How do I improve my relationship with other members of my family?
  • How can I solve undesired behaviours which occur between family members?
  • How can I change the family dynamics to optimise each members’ level of functioning i.e. the manipulative child, the controlling father, the aggressive son etc.

Each of these problems can be dealt with at an individual level and can be further complimented by providing the family with specific strategies to deal with these problems. Working as a team, ‘hand in hand’, always produces optimum results.