Impulse Control Disorders

The opposition disorder (ODD) is a repetitive and persistent pattern of negative, defiant or even hostile behavior toward authority figures. The diagnosis is made clinically. The treatment is an individual psychotherapy in conjunction with a therapy of family or caregiver. Sometimes medications must be used to reduce the irritability. The most common impulse control disorder is attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder (attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity (ADD, ADHD)). Children with…

September 3, 2018