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Camali Clinic

Unit 102 B, First Floor
Block A, Ibn Sina Building no. 27
Dubai Healthcare City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Tel: +97142766064
Email: info@camaliclinic.com

Behavioural Disorders

Children and young people respond to situations in different ways. Temperament, personality factors, resilience and family experiences can be linked to how children cope with different experiences. At some stages of development, children and young people can go phases where they find it more difficult to manage their emotions. This can lead to behavioural problems. Behavioural problems can happen with children of all ages. When children are younger and toddlers, children may have fears or push boundaries and try out different emotions. As children develop into adolescence, they are developing their identity, and there are significant changes biologically and physically. Many young people experience hormonal changes with puberty, and there can be mood changes. Some adolescents may become defiant and rebel against the boundaries set out. With the help of parents, carers and teachers, most children and young people will learn to behave appropriately. Occasionally, a child will have a temper tantrum, or an outburst of aggressive or destructive behaviour, but this is often nothing to worry about.

What to consider with Behavioural Disorders in childhood
Onset of behavioural change – Does your child or young person present with very sudden or gradual behavioural changes.
Associated risk – Is your child or young person, putting themselves at risk or others at risk.
Transition – Is there anything obvious that might have upset or unsettled them? For example, significant life events include moving country, house or school, divorce and separation, bereavement/loss, friendship problems, trauma, illness
Impact on functioning – Is the behaviour having a negative effect on their daily life, for example, is it stopping them attending school or getting their schoolwork done; affecting friendships or family relationships; getting in the way of interests; affecting their self care, eating or sleeping?
Who else is worried about the child or young person? E.g. other family members, teachers, friends
Insight – Has your child or young person said they think there is a problem or that they are worried, or angry or upset and want help?

Conduct disorder in young people
Someone with a Conduct Disorder or Behavioural Disorder in childhood may get involved in more violent physical fights, and may steal or lie, without any sign of remorse or guilt when they are found out. They refuse to follow rules and may start to break the law. They may start to stay out all night, and play truant from school during the day. Teenagers with conduct disorder may also take risks with their health and safety.

What effect can this have on others?
Conduct disorder can cause a lot of distress to children, families, schools and wider communities. Children who behave with Conduct issues will often find it difficult to make friends and have difficulties understanding social situations.

Even though children with Conduct disorder might be quite bright, they will not do well at school and may be near the bottom of the class or at risk of exclusion or unable to attend school. On the inside, the young person may be feeling that they are worthless and that they just cannot do anything right. It is common for them to show anger and blame others for their difficulties if they do not know how to change for the better.

There is no single cause of conduct disorder. We are beginning to understand that there are many different possible reasons which lead to conduct disorder. A child may be more likely to develop an oppositional defiant disorder/conduct disorder if they have a difficult temperament, learning or reading difficulties, have been bullied or abused, are hyperactive and/or have family and peer relationship issues.

Camali Clinic

Unit 102 B, First Floor
Block A, Ibn Sina Building no. 27
Dubai Healthcare City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Tel: +97142766064
Email: info@camaliclinic.com

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