What are the effects of impulsive behaviour?
Young people who exhibit impulsive behaviour do things spontaneously. Of course, being spontaneous is not bad per se, but when one never thinks about the consequences of his or her actions, it could become problematic. This can cause teenagers or young adults to make wrong choices in a quick and impulsive way that is not good for them. As a result, they can end up in a downward spiral that they can't get out of on their own.
Treatment of impulsive behaviour
If a teenager or young adult starts to show structural forms of behavioural problems and this will therefore take on destructive forms, there is something going on below the surface. This situation requires adequate and targeted interpretation, coaching and guidance. The Yes We Can Youth Clinics team can map these behavioural problems for and with the young person himself, and then together look for ways and possibilities with which he or she can leave his or her destructive life behind forever and start working on a wonderful, bright future. Yes We Can Youth Clinics strives to reduce any medication that the teenagers or young adults already receive to zero or as little as possible during the treatment.