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An oral habit seems to be a standard or consistent process or acquired propensity that has been resolved by constant practice. Tongue thrust is the most typical, then comes the digit sucking usually seen oral habit. To intend an appropriate therapy, it is necessary to know the aetiology before any treatment. It is essential to analyse the child behaviour, which is the key to behaviour shaping/modification. Reframing technique helps alter the thought perception of an individual, which could be described employing ideals of cognitive-behavioural by Eric Berne, Freud's psychoanalytical hypothesis, and Pavlov's cognitive control. Without psychological management for habits, if other treatment methods are used, the child pairs the treatment with punishment and may become adamant. Hence, such as symptoms prescription or reverse psychology can be used. Thus, the modification within methodology could lead to changes in the brain and outlook of the patients, in turn trying to change one's health behaviour and life quality. This case report describes a six-year-old boy with a history of digit sucking and tongue thrusting addiction involved with non-pharmacological behaviour management techniques followed by tongue crib appliance.