It was a wonderful session. Ma' am has a great knowledge and it was good to listen such a great personality.
Violence, drug use, and the emergence of psychiatric problems are examples of deviant behavior that is frequently linked to peer pressure and society.
It is common that peers and society have a significant influence on a person's behavior, particularly throughout adolescence. But families—and most often, parents—are the first to have an impact on how people behave.
Teenagers who have a less solid bond with their parents are more likely to act out or engage in anti-social behavior as a way of coping with their emotional difficulties. They may develop into young criminals with significant mental and personality disorders as a result of this pattern of unsatisfactory relationships and peculiar behavior.
However, if a child develops a healthy attachment with parents, that child will have a better ability to form healthy relationships in adolescence and adulthood.
This webinar on "Deviancy in Children", highlights the factors, assessment, and intervention strategies surrounding children's behavioral challenges.