Understanding Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Don’t need the CPD points? Click here to do this course at a reduced price! Unlock the secret to managing Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) with our internationally accredited online course. Designed for parents, educators, and professionals alike, this comprehensive program empowers you with proven strategies and expert insights to effectively tackle challenging behaviors. It is […]

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Don’t need the CPD points? Click here to do this course at a reduced price!

Unlock the secret to managing Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) with our internationally accredited online course. Designed for parents, educators, and professionals alike, this comprehensive program empowers you with proven strategies and expert insights to effectively tackle challenging behaviors.

It is estimated that 45% of children with ADHD also have ODD. This course deals in depth with, among other things; the symptoms of ODD in children as well as adults, the possible causes, the differences between ODD and ADHD as well as other Disruptive Behaviour Disorders, treatment options as well as practical solutions at home and in the classroom.

Gain confidence in understanding ODD’s underlying causes, implementing effective discipline techniques, and fostering positive relationships. Join us now and be equipped to transform lives.

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Module 1: What is Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)?
Learn more about ODD, the history of ODD, how the definition has changed over the years as well as what ODD is.
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Module 1 test
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Module 2: How do I recognise ODD?

The symptoms of ODD in children as well as adults, are discussed in great detail so that a correct diagnosis can be made.

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Module 3: What are the possible causes of ODD?

The possible causes of ODD are discussed and elaborated upon. From developmental to social causes.

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Module 4: Complications due to ODD

There are many known complications due to ODD. Learn more about them here.

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5 questions
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Module 5: Which comorbidities are associated with ODD?

There are some common, as well as more rare comorbidities associated with ODD. Learns more about them here as well as some key differences between them.

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Module 5 test
10 questions
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Module 6: ADHD vs ODD

ODD is estimated to be a comorbidity in up to 45% of children with ADHD. Here we discuss the differences between these two diagnoses.

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Module 6 test
5 questions
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Module 7: ODD vs CD

Conduct Disorder is seen as the “extreme” version of ODD and may have some serious symptoms. We discuss those here as well as the important distinctions between ODD and CD.

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Module 8: Diagnosis information for ODD
The official diagnosis according to the DSM-5 is discussed as well as the difference between ODD and CD. The various professionals who may be able to make a diagnosis, as well as their roles, are also discussed.
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Module 9: ODD and antisocial personality disorder in adults

ODD may also be found in adults. The causes as well as symptoms of ODD in adults in general, at home as well as at work is discussed. Antisocial Personality Disorder is also discussed so that a distinction between the two can be made.

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Module 10: Treatment options for ODD
The various treatment options and programs are discussed in great detail. Find out which tested treatment options and programs were successful and which not, for children as well as teenagers. 
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Module 11: Strategies for parents and caregivers at home
Various practical strategies for parents and caregivers are explained in this module. Also learn what you may expect from your doctor, what you can do to prepare for the doctor’s appointment as well as what to expect should your child be hospitalised for ODD.
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10 questions
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Module 12: Strategies at school for the child with ODD
Strategies for teachers in classrooms are discussed in a very clear, very practical way. The symptoms of ODD in various age groups are explained so that a clear picture may be formed.
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10 questions
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Module 13: Prevention of ODD
Learn about what may be done to try and prevent a possible diagnosis of ODD.
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10 questions
Yes, it is. This course carries international accreditation through a company in the UK called “The CPD Standards Office”. You may visit their site at www.cpdstandards.com or view our profile at https://directory.cpdstandards.com/providers/help-my-child/
You will have to send in your own results once we have sent your certificate stating the amount of CPD points you received
Yes, you will. Once you have completed the course the system will prompt you to send an email. You will then receive your certificate in PDF format via email. The certificate will state the amount of CPD points earned as well
No, you do not. Although our courses are accredited for CPD points for professionals, the courses are open to everybody that need to them.
Yes, you do. There are online, multiple-choice questions after every module.n
You may send an email to courses@helpmychildcpd.com. You may also join our Facebook Group or like the Facebook page and ask your questions there.
There is no time limit, it is entirely up to you. We know life is busy and can be hectic, our aim is to help, not to make you feel as if you have another burden.
No, there aren’t. All the material for course is online and in text format. You go through it by yourself. All the material will be available for you to view, even after you have completed the course.

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