Behavior Disorder

Behavioral disorders involve a pattern of disruptive behavior in children that causes problems in social or domestic situations, involving inattention, hyperactivity, impulsiveness, or crime. Includes:

Conduct disorder -When children refuse to accept rules because of delinquent behavior and lack empathy towards others. So called very often lying 'poor kids,' they are violent, they steal, they break into houses falling into this group.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) – When children are constantly restless, impulsive, and have difficulty concentrating or completing anything. In children, this is the most common behavioral disorder in which they are inattentive, impulsive, and overactive

Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) – When children are angry with ease, they often argue and blame others for their wrongdoings. The threshold of self-esteem and frustration among children who have ODD is often low.

When you notice overactivity and impulsivity in children, it is helpful to seek professional help and they are quick to blame others and misbehave. It does not mean that they are crazy or inept, but it simply means that they require little extra effort. Behavioral illness is triggered by a dynamic relationship between a person's mental and physical factors and an early intervention may be a key to successful treatment.

Parenting style is a significant factor behind behavioral disorders. Tone needs to be gentle when dealing with them, as children are delicate and sensitive. Harsh behavior towards them leaves a lasting effect on their minds. Criticism should be constructive, shaming, shouting, ignoring, punishing, over-controlling, or micromanaging, which irritates and frustrates children.

Warning signs

  • Harming people or pets
  • Early smoking, drinking or sexual activity
  • Frequent arguments
  • Skipping school or not doing well in studies
  • Stealing or lying
  • Challenging authority
  • Easily agitated


  • Emotional upset at home
  • Indiscipline
  • Lack of attention towards education or schooling
  • Brain damage
  • Hereditary factors
  • Malnutrition
  • Physical disability


7 Days

1 Chat/ Audio

(~ $14)

1 Video

(~ $22)

1 Sessions

Total: 45 Mins


28 Days

4 Chat/ Audio

(~ $50)

4 Video

(~ $83)

4 Sessions

Total: 180 Mins


56 Days

8 Chat/ Audio

(~ $97)

8 Video

(~ $154)

8 Sessions

Total: 360 Mins

Some parents only react or pay attention when children exhibit negative behavior, it is equally important to praise children for their good behavior, otherwise it may backfire. For a fun relationship with children, parents should take some time every day to consider what is going on in their minds. The behavioral modification techniques employed by parents are an effective approach to dealing with small problems before they become major problems. Nurture good behavioral and personality challenges in children to help them overcome. Parents want their kids to succeed and motivate them to succeed in life which often causes undue pressure to make them feel uncomfortable.

Parent-to-child strain contributes to the slow development of social and mental skills and makes kids feel annoyed and frustrated. Difficult pregnancy, disengaged parents or insufficient parental and peer support may lead to important behavioral problems in children.

Teachers have an important role to play in dealing with children suffering from behavioral disorder, they should be praised to reinforce positive characteristics of behavior and ignore bad characteristics of personality to discourage such attitude. It helps in building their character and disciplining them. Under-disciplined children often find themselves rebellious or dependent on others.

Why choose Yukticare?

Private And Confidential

Your Details will not be revealed, express yourself freely

Performance Driven Therapy

Set your goals based on the factors which limit you

Personalized Support

Same therapist will help you in your journey to mental well-being

Flexible Time And Platform

Choose the tool and time based on your convenience