Aggressive/Hostile Behaviour

The Brainchild Developmental Program can help your child develop control of aggressive or hostile behaviour.

Aggressive behaviour can show in a variety of forms. It often relates to frustration due to delayed language development or immaturity of the brain. This is typically related to infant reflex persistence. Many of the families who have followed the Brainchild Developmental Program have previously struggled with restricted lifestyles due to the meltdowns and aggressive behaviour that prevents them from eating out, being invited to parties or taking part in group activities. It has even resulted in the child being excluded from nurseries and schools.

Their relief as they see their child develop the ability to reason, remain calm and be able to enjoy life can be considerable.

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