Conduct Disorders/ODD in Children

Conduct Disorders are a pattern of persistent and repetitive antisocial, aggressive or defiant behaviours that are seen at a level that is more severe than you would expect in a child of that age.

Information films

Conduct Disorders in Children

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Real life experiences

Celina’s daughter has ADHD. But Celina describes how the ADHD feeds Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and it is the ODD that affects her daughter the most. ODD is the most common Conduct Disorder in children 10 years and under.

Celina explains the challenges of her daughter’s behaviour which present both at school and at home. They must explore ways for her to remain at school and for them to have a settled home life.

Conduct Disorders are the most common mental and behavioural problem in children and young people. (7% in boys and 3% in girls).

Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Raising a Child with ODD and ADHD

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Other Resources

Conduct Disorders Fact Sheet

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