Un adolescent au comportement agressif envers un adulte

Dominic follows children/teens emotional and behavioral development and let you know when they need help to control their feelings and behaviors.

Faced with everyday life tensions, aggravation, stress, unexpected events, or unpleasant news, our reactions tend to always be the same.  These are our tendencies.

These tendencies are stable and tend to last over our life time because, like working-out make muscles grow stronger, regularly used brain circuits develop extra connections that make them hard to change.

Being watchful and acting early on

Our tendencies usually yield useful controlled reactions, but we may overreact.  Once in a while strong reactions are expected: there are things we are more susceptible to.  However, systematic overreactions are inappropriate.

Dominic probes specific reactions from most frequent tendencies (anxious, aggressive, depressive, hyperactive) indicating whether they are non-existent, they barely occur, show up from time to time, or whether they already took hold.

See Results 6–11 years
See Results 12–16 years

By uncovering warning signs as soon as they show up, Dominic exposes harbingers of most frequent problems.  This allows for early family interventions, e.g. strengthening self-confidence to diminish nascent anxiety, or channeling budding aggressive behavior towards physical activities.