What we do ?

We follow the development of children with conduct problems in order to identify risk and protective factors associated with later mental health problems and increased service use. Our goal is to help children with conduct problems live healthy lives and grow up to be the best they can be! Learn more +

Why do we focus on Conduct Problems?

The prevalence rate of conduct problems among children has been found to be up to around 9% of boys and 2% of girls.

The are likely to persist over time and lead to negative outcomes in adolescence and adulthood.

They are the most common reason teachers seek support from school mental health professionals.

This is why early identification and treatment are important!