Teenagers and young adults that cope with aggressive behaviour have noticed that with the help of their aggressiveness they can get things done. Or that situations take a turn that is beneficial to them. If young persons cannot control themselves, they think only of themselves and no longer take others into account.
Characteristics of aggressive behaviour
The agressiveness can be external (externalised aggression, aimed at the young person's environment) or internal (internalised aggression, aimed at the young person himself). Examples of externalised aggression are vandalism, swearing, humiliating, arson, anger eruptions and/or bullying. Internalised aggression is characterised by various forms of self-harm (injuring oneself), such as scratching and cutting, hitting walls or hitting walls and doors with one's head. Both forms can arise from unpleasant experiences from the past, a trauma for example.
Treatment of aggressive behaviour
At Yes We Can Youth Clinics we help young people to overcome aggressive behaivour and to live and function in society in a pleasant way. Yes We Can Youth Clinics aims to reduce any medication that the young people already receive to zero or as little as possible during the treatment.
Need help with a teenager or young adult exhibiting aggressive behaviour?
Yes We Can Youth Clinics can effectively treat teenagers and young adults struggling with aggressive behaviour. Interested to learn more about Yes We Can Youth Clinics and our intake procedure? Please fill in our contact form or call us at +31 (0)85 02 01 2221.Contact us