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Understanding Oppositional Defiant Dissorder (ODD) during Covid- 19

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All children are oppositional from time to time, particularly when tired, hungry, stressed, or upset. However, youth that display continual patterns of tantrums, arguing, and angry or disruptive behavior toward teachers, parents, or other authority figures that interfere with their functioning may have oppositional defiant disorder (ODD). The stressors and challenges youth are experiencing as a result of COVID-19 decisions affecting their youthful norms can absolutely trigger more mental health related concerns. Participants will gain an understanding of ODD, Risk Factors, Prevention/Intervention, COVID-19 triggers, and effective therapy.

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Student Ratings & Reviews

4.8
Total 42 Ratings
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Very informative
Informative
J
1 month ago
Informative
N/A
O
3 months ago
Self explanatory
A
3 months ago
Great info and clear presentation
Very informative regarding ODD
Great Information!
Great Information!
Learned great information
great info!
interesting course
Interesting course
I really enjoyed this course. it gave some good helpful information
E
6 months ago
THis was very helpful
Great
Taking the course actually taught me a lot I kept worrying about.
Very informative
A
9 months ago
Awesome class, great information.
KH
10 months ago
Thank you for this info.
S
11 months ago
Good Information
Great Presentation!!
Yes, I understand that I must set limits and pick my battles.
Described my childs struggles perfectly,
good course

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