It is common for children to be defiant during their developmental stages, where they naturally test their limits. During these times, such as the toddler years or teen years, children act with defiance in order to assert themselves – and sometimes they can act out with defiance when they are hungry, tired or upset.
However, children with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) act out in defiance consistently – refusing to follow commands or requests by adults, and refusing to comply with rules and directions. ODD adolescents are stubborn and aggressive, making living with a child with this disorder challenging and frustrating for parents.
Southwest Neurofeedback provides state-of-the art therapy for ODD children to help reduce and/or eliminate the severity and symptoms of Oppositional Defiant Disorder.
For more information on our ODD treatment options, please contact us or call (480) 314-4299.