Many people face behavior and thought problems. Some examples or symptoms of the problem would be obsessive thinking, abnormal behavior, anxiety, worrying too much, stress, and so on. This kind of disorder can be treated easily. People with such behavioral problems can consult with psychiatrists/psychologists and can undergo counseling. Based on a patient's past history and current problems he/she faces, they will be counseled. The psychiatrist will employ different techniques depending on the disorder. It is important to consult a psychiatrist to determine the problem and counsel the patient effectively. If a person faces abnormal thoughts, behavior, beliefs, attitude towards others, worries too much, or shows any other kind of violent behavior a psychiatrist will treat the patient in phases, after analyzing his thought process. Behavioral problems can make one stress and anxious leading to other health issues. The psychiatrist will be able to get through to the patient by way of talking him out of negative thinking and show him/her to control their mind and change their direction of thought. Unless the problem is serious, doctors do not use any kind of medication to treat behavioral disorder. Medication is used when the person is violent or lacking in sleep as he is unable to control his thought. The treatment with a psychiatrist can be anywhere from 6 weeks to six months depending on the severity of the problem.