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ODD/CD. IMPLICATIONS? ODD/CD in evidence? Not responding to behavioral interventions alone? 60% have an underlying disorder that probably accounts for noncompliance and aggression 70% of those with an underlying disorder are treatable psychopharmacologically

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Odd cd
ODD/CD

IMPLICATIONS?

ODD/CDin evidence? Not responding to behavioral interventions alone?

60% have an underlying disorder that probably accounts for noncompliance and aggression

70% of those with an underlying disorder are treatable psychopharmacologically

42% of serious ODD/CD are not only associated with an underlying disorder, but are treatable with medication

Diana Browning Wright, Behavior/Discipline Trainings, 2002


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ODD/CD

SCREEN WITH:

  • Child Behavior Checklist

    (Achenbach & Edelbrock, 2001)

  • Child Symptom Inventory

    (Gadow & Sprafkin, 1994)

    Teacher, Parent, Youth Self-Report

    Preschool/Childhood/Adolescence

    Dozens of studies support validity, sensitivity (Gadow & Sprafkin, 1999)

Diana Browning Wright, Behavior/Discipline Trainings, 2002


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ODD/CD

I. Resistant to standard behavioral interventions or when attentional/disruptive behaviors suggest possibility of underlying psychiatric disorders.

  • Screen for disorders

    II. Screen for secondary disorders to determine nature of referrals

  • AD/HD alone? Pediatric referral

  • Potential secondary? Psychiatric referral may be warranted

    III. Feedback to parents

  • Nature of disorder(s), referrals

    IV. Feedback to physicians

  • Checklists, whom to contact at school, all assessment data

    V. Baseline & treatment effectiveness data

    VI. Ongoing collaboration

Diana Browning Wright, Behavior/Discipline Trainings, 2002


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