Gunder & Shorack

Children and Adolescents with Behavioral Eccentricities

Services Gunder Shorack

Some children and adolescents behave in ways that are quite puzzling to their parents. Certain behaviors may become repetitive. Others may appear to be contrary to gender expectations. Sometimes the repetitive behavior may take the form of a persistent, intense preoccupation. In addition, some children have unusual, intense, reactions to the texture of some fabrics, or certain sounds, tastes or smells.

The goal of clinical intervention is to help parents better understand their child and provide assistance with behavioral management.