Are you worried about child problems? How serious - on a scale of 1 to 10 - would you rate the child behavior problems that worry you?
The checklist below - Warning Signs of Psychological Problems in Children - can help you evaluate how serious a child behavior problem might be.
Children with behavior problems exhibit a range of concerns, from the relatively benign to the more serious. You may be unsure of whether the child problems that worry you are symptomatic of a serious concern, or are just a developmental stage the child is likely to outgrow.
Use the checklist - Warning Signs of Psychological Problems in Children - to help you assess whether the child behaviors that concern you require further attention and support. This checklist includes behaviors that often signal emotional and behavioral concerns in children. This checklist can help you explore your concerns about the child problems that worry you.
The higher you rate the behaviors that concern you on a scale of 1 to 10, the more problematic they are. And the more behaviors you rate at the higher end of the range, the more you are likely to benefit from professional support to help explore your concerns about child problems.
Dr. Dianne O'Connor offers psychological assessments and school neuropsychological evaluations to help get to the root of the child problems that worry you, and find evidence based solutions to address them.
Warning Signs in Young Children
Warning Signs in Preteen and Adolescent Children
The number of items you check and their level of frequency may also help you decide whether a Psychological Assessment or School Neuropsychological Evaluation can help. Depending on how many items you check and how frequently they occur, these behaviors may signal behavioral or emotional concerns that require further attention and support.Remember, Understanding the Problem is the Key to Solving It.