Nobody likes to feel angry, but we all experience the emotion from time to time. Given that many adults find it hard to express anger in ways that are healthy and productive, it’s unsurprising that angry feelings often bubble into outbursts for children. Most parents find themselves wondering what to do about tantrums and angry behavior, and more than a few wonder whether the way their child behaves is normal.
At the Yale Medicine Child Study Center, we work with children and their families to develop plans for each behavioral goal. We offer a variety of research-supported evaluations and treatment plans.