There is usually a lead up to a behaviour and a consequence

There is usually a lead up to a behaviour and a consequence

Think about what the triggers of a behaviour might be and change or avoid them.

There is usually a response to or consequence of behaviour which might inadvertently reward it and make it likely to occur again.

For example a child might be sent off to help with the music which they like to do. ‘Time out’ or sitting quietly may be a more appropriate behavioural strategy.