Behavior problems in children

Behavior problems in children encompass a wide variety of concerns including aggressiveness, oppositional behavior, destructiveness, hyperactivity, anxiety, difficulty adjusting to changes in life circumstances (e.g., parental divorce), or depression.  Depending on the nature of the problem, treatment might include individual or family counseling and/or medication. 

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APA Resources for the Public:  Children
MINH - Child and Adolsescent Mental Health
Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents, 15 Sep 97, 15 Sep 97
Facts About Childhood Depression

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