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Behavior Problems

Behavior Problems

Behavior problems can significantly impact an individual’s quality of life, affecting their relationships, academic or professional performance, and overall well-being. At Connections Wellness Group, we are dedicated to providing effective, compassionate care for people who are experiencing challenges related to behavior. 

If you or a loved one could benefit from more support with behavior, fill out our online form to find out more about the mental health services available to you at Connections Wellness Group.

Symptoms and Conditions that Can Lead to Behavior Challenges

Behavior problems can manifest in various ways and may be indicative of underlying mental health conditions. 


With support for both adults and adolescents, Connections Wellness Group offers comprehensive services that can be tailored to meet your needs. If you experience the following symptoms or have been diagnosed with one of these conditions (which is not an exhaustive list), you may benefit from our services dedicated to helping you heal:


  • Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD)

  • Conduct disorder

  • Intermittent explosive disorder (IED)

  • Self-injury

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • High-risk behaviors (running away, sexual acting out, aggression)

  • Substance use/abuse

What Treatments Are Appropriate for Patients Who Struggle with Behavior Issues?

Connections Wellness Group offers a variety of evidence-based mental health treatments that are designed to address behavior problems. Our programs provide a safe and supportive space to work through these challenges.

Some of the treatments and services our experienced therapists provide in-person and as virtual therapy include:

  • Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT): A structured, goal-oriented form of therapy that helps individuals identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviors through coping skills and problem-solving techniques.
  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT): A type of cognitive-behavioral therapy that emphasizes the development of mindfulness, emotional regulation, distress tolerance and interpersonal effectiveness.
  • Family counseling: Involves family members in the therapeutic process to improve communication, resolve conflicts and support behavior change.
  • Medication management: Involves the use of medications to manage symptoms of behavior problems, often in conjunction with individual or group therapy.
  • Anger management therapy: Focused on helping individuals understand and control their anger responses through techniques like relaxation, cognitive restructuring and problem-solving.

Contact Connections Wellness Group Mental Health Services for that Target Behavior

Behavior issues can disrupt an individual’s life, but with the right support and treatment, positive change is possible. If you have concerns that some of your behaviors are impeding on other areas of your life, connect with us online or by phone at (877) 747-4294 today and find out how we can aid you in developing healthier behavior patterns and improve your overall wellness.