Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)

Is your child having persistent angry outbursts or frequent arguing with others? Do they seem to disregard or disrespect authority figures time after time? If their overall functioning is taken over by their behavioral issues, your child may have Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD).

Parents of children with ODD can get frustrated or overwhelmed by their children’s behavior. It affects more than just you and your child. This behavior can be targeted towards teachers, other adults, siblings, and friends. Our team can help your child to handle their emotions in a healthy manner.

How we help

Sometimes, it can be difficult trying to determine if your child is strong-willed and emotional or has ODD. Fortunately, we have counselors who have an assortment of interventions to help you and your child. Our counselors will help restore your child’s self-esteem and rebuild positive relationships between your child and others. Set up an initial appointment with New Heights Counseling and heal through our services.

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