5. Problem Solving Wheels --- These can be used when a child thinks about their behavior before hand and wants to make a good decision, but may not necessarily know how to. These work as a guide to making positive social and emotional choices.
How is a parent to know what is normal age appropriate defiant behavior or if their child is displaying signs of Oppositional Defiant Disorder? This infographic from Manhattan Psychology Group is meant to bring awareness to ODD and help parents understand what to look for in their child's behavior that can be signs of the disorder. Because early intervention is key to treatment, we hope to help parents who may be dealing with a defiant child.