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Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) is a type of behavioral disorder most commonly diagnosed in children. ODD is found to be more common in boys than girls and often co-occurs with other mental health diagnoses such as anxiety disorders, mood disorders, conduct disorder, and ADHD. 

Our team of therapists is trained to identify and treat the following symptoms of ODD:

  • ​Frequent outbursts of anger and resentment

  • Easily annoyed/frustrated by others

  • Frequently angry and/or disrespectful

  • Excessively argue with authority figures

  • Blames others for their own mistakes

  • Deliberately tries to annoy or upset others

  • Saying mean or hateful things with upset or mad

  • Are uncooperative

  • Gets in frequent arguments with their peers

You do not have to navigate these symptoms alone! We are here to walk this journey alongside of you with research-based intervention techniques.

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