Access our resource library for support on caring for children with behavioral challenges. Here at the Warren Center, our experts understand the concerns you may have when a child displays disruptive behavior. The first step to dealing with tantrums, tears, disruptions, or defiance is to understand the root cause of what is bothering the child. We have put together resource guides below that can help demystify potential causes of behavioral challenges, including anxiety, learning delays, communication frustrations, and past trauma. Our experts have also put together advice on how to help children manage overwhelming emotions as well as how to identify behavioral problems that require professional attention.
Some of the most common disruptive behavioral disorders or externalizing disorders include oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), conduct disorder (CD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Children with these conditions can display symptoms that range from aggressive behavior to extreme shyness. By learning about the best ways to manage symptoms through education, therapy, and social training, you can help children with these conditions thrive in their everyday environments.