Conduct Disorders are behavioural and emotional disorders that may occur in teenagers and children. An individual with Conduct Disorder displays a myriad of disruptive and aggressive behaviours, and may have difficulties adhering to rules.
The symptoms may vary depending on the age of the child, and severity of the disorder (mild, moderate, or severe). The symptoms fall into four general categories:
It is recommended for the child to receive a comprehensive treatment plan involving multiple treatment modalities so as to achieve the best outcome. Conduct disorder is manageable with a supportive network of caregivers, school personnel, and peers.