Impulsivity is to be expected in kids and teens.
Our brains are not done developing until our mid-twenties, and impulse control is one of the last things to develop. Some impulsivity is normal, but if impulsivity in your child or teen is impacting their life in a negative way: consistently getting in trouble at school, increasingly risky behaviors, or your worried it’s going to change the trajectory of their lives, then it’s time for an intervention. Whether we use counseling or neurofeedback depends on what’s going on in your child’s life. With more information, we can direct you to the best place to start.