Teen ODD & CD Treatment

We work with children and teens ages 11-18.

  • Understand how teen Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and Conduct Disorder (CD) Treatment works
  • Learn to cope and manage it
  • Get the relief you need
  • Make positive change that lasts
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Avery’s House is an inpatient treatment center in Arizona. We offer therapy for teens dealing with ODD and CD. We work with children and teens ages 11-18. Since no two teens are alike, we design our treatment plans specifically for each person. quote-icon

Avery’s House is an inpatient child and teen mental health therapy center in Arizona. We offer therapy for teens with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and Conduct Disorder (CD). We help families in Arizona and all over the United States. Our focus is on children and teens aged 11 to 18. Our treatment plans are put together specifically for each individual. No two teens are exactly alike. Their treatment plans should reflect that.

Information for Parents

A Safe Space For Teens

Avery’s House is not a hospital. Our house gives teens their own space. 

Here, they can feel protection, peace of mind, and privacy. This will help them be comfortable enough to be an active participant in their recovery. 

At Avery’s House, teens have an opportunity to separate themselves from their former triggers and environment. They have a safe space to do the following:

  • Acquire new interests and hobbies
  • Learn to love themselves and accept who they are
  • Have responsibilities and accountability daily
  • Learn skills to manage their condition
  • Make new friendships and bonds
  • Make lifestyle changes that are better for them

What Is ODD?

Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD) is a pattern of disobedient, defiant behavior toward authority figures. The behavior can also be hostile and typically lasts longer than 6 months.

The symptoms of ODD significantly interfere with a child’s or teen’s day-to-day functioning. The symptoms are different from the behavior of children or teens of the same age and developmental levels. 

The symptoms of ODD can include:

  • Negative attitude
  • Irritability
  • Low frustration tolerance
  • Frequent temper tantrums
  • Often questioning rules
  • Often swearing or saying obscene things
  • Argues excessively with parents and other authority figures
  • Refusing to follow the rules/defiant behavior
  • Short-tempered
  • Easily annoyed by others
  • Purposely attempts to annoy or upset people 
  • Blaming other people for their mistakes and behavior
  • Makes hurtful and hateful remarks when upset
  • Seeks revenge
  • Often mean, spiteful or vindictive
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What is Conduct Disorder?

Conduct Disorder (CD) is a behavioral disorder that can affect children and teens. 

Children and teens with conduct disorder have difficulty following rules and do not respect the rights of others. They also have difficulty showing empathy and may have violent behavior problems.

Symptoms of CD can be mild, moderate, or severe. These symptoms include violation of rules, destructive behavior, deceitful behavior, and aggressive behavior.

Some symptoms of CD include: 

  • Skipping school before the age of 13
  • Running away from home
  • Staying out way past curfew at a young age
  • Alcohol and drug usage
  • Early sexual activity
  • Destruction of other’s property
  • Repeated lying 
  • Shoplifting
  • Breaking into homes or cars
  • Bullying
  • Enjoys being cruel to other people
  • Using weapons
  • Starting fights
  • Lack of empathy toward others
  • Trouble showing emotions to others
  • Disobeying parents or authority figures
  • Learning difficulties
  • Low self-esteem
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Teens that have ODD and do not receive appropriate treatment have over a 50% higher chance of developing CD. It is important to seek help for your child if they are dealing with ODD before it becomes more serious.

We are aware that teens often deal with more than one co-occurring mental health disorder. We aim to treat every teen holistically and can treat the following mental health disorders: 

  • ADHD or Attention Difficulties
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Bullying and Victimization
  • Depression
  • Mood Swings and Anger
  • PTSD and OCD
  • Self-Esteem Issues
  • Substance Use Disorders
  • Suicidal and Self-Harm Thoughts
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Residential Treatment is Ideal for Your Teen

You should consider Avery’s House for residential treatment if:

  • Your teen has recently completed an inpatient or hospital psych stabilization program or is leaving one soon
  • Your teen needs a break from their home, social, and/or school life to allow themself to fully recover
  • Your teen has tried outpatient programs in the past but needs something with more support and structure

Avery’s House promotes healing and growth through the work of our team and the excellence of our program.


Josh Lemieux – Admissions

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Treatment Plans for Teens

We are part of the Adolescent Behavioral Health Program. This helps us to design plans that are especially for teens. Some of the therapies we offer include:

  • Art and Music Therapies
  • Case Management and Family Sessions
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Community-based Activities
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Experiential Therapies
  • Family Therapy
  • LGBTQ Allyship
  • Medication Management
  • Schooling Options
  • Trauma-informed Care
  • Weekly Individual Sessions
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