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Behavioral disorders


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Behavioral disorders can significantly affect daily life, interpersonal relationships, and emotional well-being. If you or someone you know is experiencing difficulties in controlling behavior, it is important to know that you are not alone.


Behavioral disorders are characterized by persistent patterns of challenging behavior, impulsivity, aggressiveness, disobedience, or violation of social and legal norms. These disorders may manifest in childhood, adolescence, or adulthood and may be associated with underlying emotional difficulties, such as anxiety, depression, or impulse control problems.

Clearly, it’s hard to go to therapy and talk to someone about your deepest problems. But remember, here you won't be judged. The basis of Humanist Psychology is to accept others unconditionally. So it’s a safe place where you can open up to find solutions.

Before intervening in the problem it is important to evaluate it from different perspectives and then apply a personalized and evidence-based therapeutic approach. We will work together and, if necessary, your loved ones to understand the triggers and underlying motivations of problem behavior, and develop effective strategies to promote positive changes in your behavior.


Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy is one of the most used and effective approaches for the treatment of behavioral disorders. We will explore your thinking patterns and beliefs that contribute to your challenging behavior. I will provide you with tools and techniques to identify and challenge distorted thoughts, develop problem-solving skills and improve your communication and stress management skills.

The development of appropriate social skills is essential for the management of behavioral disorders. We will work to improve your communication skills, empathy, self-control and conflict resolution. You will learn to recognize and express your emotions in a healthy way, as well as to establish and maintain positive relationships with others.


Behavioral disorders can have a significant impact on the whole family and the social circle of the person. It is therefore important to address family dynamics, set clear boundaries and promote effective communication and problem-solving strategies.

Remember that you control your body and mind. If necessary, you can change your behavior and thoughts. You will see that your emotional sphere and well-being will improve as well.

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