Withdrawal Behaviour

Bottling up feelings is often common with children, purely because they do not have sophisticated coping strategies for dealing with their intense or too difficult feelings. They do not have the inner resources for thinking them through. Keeping feelings in, often results in behavior such as bullying, aggressive behavior, problems with concentrating, uncontrollable behavior, sleeping or elimination problems, or a regular state of fear, anxiety or unhappiness.

 

Other Difficulties
Anxiety
Aggressiveness
Attention Deficit Disorder
Conduct Disorder
Depression
Death and Bereavement
Divorce
Elimination Disorders
Exam Stress
Health/illness
Learning Difficulties
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Self-esteem issues
Social and Peer difficulties

Trauma
Withdrawal Behaviour

Child Therapy
Play Therapy

 

 

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