Behavioural problems

Addiction + Behavioural problems

In the teenage years and early twenties, the young person can experience many changes in their lives. A parent / carer notices that the young person does not keep to agreements or becomes angry out of the blue. This is all part of the growth and development of young people. But when patterns become structural and destructive, something else is going on.

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Behavioural problems and young adults

Behavioural problems are an everyday occurrence in schools and at home. That is not surprising, because every young adult is different and has to find their own way of dealing with life. There are however also children who have problems that can no longer be solved in a normal way. In some cases, the behavioural problems become increasingly severe and disastrous.

The youngsters are no longer open to reason, they ignore general rules and do not take responsibility for their actions. They are either very difficult or they are impossible to steer in the right direction. Behavioural problems include having frequent conflicts that flare up quickly, truancy, dropping out of school, running away from home, losing friends, lying / cheating, manipulating and vandalism.

Behavioural problems are a sign that a young adult is in trouble. They often increase when the young adult is no longer open to reason. These young people have frequent conflicts, drop out of school, run away from home or are involved in vandalism. They may also end up with the police and lose their friends.

Common behavioural problems

Behavioural problems can be very challenging to deal with, but it's important to remember that these behaviors are symptoms of something deeper going on. As such, it's important for both the employee and employer to work together towards a solution that is best suited to finding a long-term fix. Often, this means identifying the problem and working through it bit by bit until you have successfully resolved it.

  • Impulsive behaviour
  • Avoidant behaviour
  • Antisocial behaviour
  • Lying and manipulating
  • Neglect

Treatment of behavioural problems

At The Grange Youth Clinic we help young adults with behavioural problems to overcome their problems and rebuild their positive feelings. Through our treatment, the wall they have built around them slowly breaks down, and they learn to live and function in society in a pleasant way again. We also help young adults reduce any medication that they already receive for their depression to zero or as little as possible during the treatment.

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A behavioural problem is a serious and common health condition, which can affect anyone at any age. If you would like to register a young adult (aged 18-25) for a treatment at The Grange Youth Clinic, please complete our intake form and we will contact you to schedule a personal intake interview. Our therapists have experience working with individuals from all walks of life and will help you overcome your problems and find hope for the future.

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If you would like to register (or register a young adult 18-25 years old) for a treatment at The Grange Youth Clinic, please complete our intake form and we will contact you to schedule a personal intake interview.

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Why it works

At The Grange Youth Clinic, you’ll be guided through a tough experience with empathetic support. You will have access to a comprehensive range of services, including a minimum of 6 weeks of intensive residential treatment, family coaching & counseling for parents/carers and aftercare tailored to your individual needs.

We are here for you

Our treatment has a very “Intensive goal directed specialised approach” which is uniquely tailored to each client, by a highly qualified and experience multi discipline team. We focus on primarily addictive  problems combined with addressing social, emotional behavioural.

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