Court-ordered/mandated therapy – when treatment for an individual is mandated by the court, often as an alternative to incarceration
Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) – a mental health diagnosis characterized by a pattern of angry/irritable mood, defiance, and/or vindictiveness
Parent training – a type of therapeutic intervention focused on reducing challenging behaviors (e.g., aggression, defiance) and improving the parent-child relationship
Avoidant attachment style – attachment style in children characterized by being dismissive or detached in the parent-child relationship
Drs. Sam and Fran discuss what court-ordered or mandated therapy look like in the real world. Read more here.
We introduce a new diagnosis today when discussing what might be going on with Wednesday. Learn more about oppositional defiant disorder, or ODD, and its treatments here. For more information