Many people, no matter their age, struggle with the transitions, expectations, stress, and physical/mental demands that school and other educational experiences can have. Having problems at school, in and of itself, is usually a symptom rather than the core issue. Having problems at school, in and of itself, is not the core issue. There are many ways in which a person can have issues in the educational setting, including: absenteeism, aggression, learning disabilities, social and relational issues, etc. Many times difficulty at school is the push some people need to seek professional help for themselves or their child. Beneath the difficulties at school may be a multitude of different things, such as: peer/teacher conflict, disorganization, anxiety, depression, ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, etc.