Behavioral disorder

They manifest with problems in the self-control of behavior and emotions, violating the rights of others and can lead the adolescent to major conflicts with the norms of society or with authority figures.

OPPOSITIONAL DEFIANT DISORDER

The opossitional defiant disorder it is characterized by a pattern of anger / irritability and arguments / defiant or vengeful attitude, in interaction with other people.

Temper is lost easily, susceptible or upset, and the person may be angry and resentful; has difficulties with authority (arguments, defiant attitude), annoys others and makes others responsible for his mistakes.

It can be resentful and vengeful.

It provokes a malaise in the person suffering it and in the people of its immediate surroundings, which entails a negative impact in the social, scholastic, individual, …

As parents you will observe:

  • Frequent anger
  • Bad answers
  • Challenging in posture and look
  • Without obedience
  • Does not respect limits or norms
  • Guilt in others, not in their acts
  • Constant lies
  • Commit thefts

In Desconect@ and through a proven effective method we have tools to prevent that disorder increases the patient’s problems and can be reoriented correctly.

INTERMITTENT EXPLOSIVE DISORDER

It is characterized by recurrent outbursts in behavior that reflect a lack of control of the impulses of aggressiveness. These impulses are reflected in verbal or physical aggressions, disproportionate to the provocation or the factor that triggers it.

They are not premeditated outbursts. They cause an upset to the person who suffers from these outbursts and alter their environment.