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Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) is a mental health condition marked by disruptive behavior and poor emotional self-control. The disorder arises in childhood and is defined as a childhood illness. However, left untreated, it can have serious consequences that extend into adulthood. For some, those consequences include excessive use of drugs or alcohol. They may also include an eventual diagnosis of substance abuse and/or addiction.

In rehab, the lingering impact of ODD can continue to affect you. As a result, you may find it harder to quit drinking or using drugs. If you find yourself in this situation, dual diagnosis treatment can help you recover. This treatment is specifically designed for people who have a mental health issue in addition to substance problems. When customized for your situation, it can address lingering ODD while also supporting your goal of renewed sobriety. 

Do you or your loved one need Arizona ODD treatment that also includes drug or alcohol rehab? Call on the professionals at our Prescott drug and alcohol rehab. We specialize in customized dual-diagnosis treatment for various combinations of conditions. That includes the combination of ODD and substance abuse/addiction. We further support your recovery with a comfortable, luxurious facility set in Arizona’s gorgeous Prescott Valley.

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ODD Fundamentals

ODD belongs to a group of mental health conditions known as disruptive, impulse-control and conduct disorders. All illnesses in this category produce problems controlling impulsive or aggressive behavior. In children affected by ODD, these problems can specifically include:

  • An ongoing pattern of unusual irritability or anger
  • Behavior that’s frequently defiant or argumentative
  • Vengeful actions toward other people

All children diagnosed with the disorder experience such issues for six months or longer. In addition, their behavior:

  • Causes them serious distress or distresses others
  • Has a notable, negative impact on their ability to function socially, at school or in other settings

There is a strong genetic component to the risks for developing ODD. Mistreatment during childhood can also play a significant role. 

ODD can be hard to properly diagnose. That’s true, in part, because it can resemble a range of other conditions, including:

  • Mood disorders (depression and bipolar disorder)
  • Conduct disorder
  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Intellectual disability
  • The anxiety disorder known as social phobia

Some people affected by the illness never receive an accurate diagnosis. 

Have more questions about the fundamentals of oppositional defiant disorder? Get timely answers today at Terra Nova Behavioral Health.

Addressing Dual Diagnosis in People Affected by ODD

Additional mental health issues are relatively common in people affected by ODD. Perhaps the most common issue is ADHD, another childhood condition that can continue to have a significant impact on adults. Other commonly overlapping illnesses include conduct disorder, depression and anxiety disorders. 

A history of ODD can also increase your adult risks for substance problems. Like all forms of dual diagnosis, the combination of ODD and substance abuse/addiction may have serious consequences. For example, your unaddressed ODD symptoms can:

  • Make you feel less motivated to do well in rehab
  • Decrease your chances of following your treatment plan
  • Increase the odds that you’ll argue with rehab staff or other rehab participants

In turn, these kinds of factors can impede your progress and limit the benefits of treatment.

Your substance-related symptoms can also make it harder to recover from ODD. For instance, this can happen if your addiction-related problems with impulse control reinforce ODD’s impulsive tendencies. This type of mutual reinforcement can leave you farther from stable sobriety instead of closer to it.

At Terra Nova, we understand the difficulties of addressing dual diagnosis. We respond to those difficulties with customized treatment plans that focus on your unique situation. These plans include targeted resources for your ODD recovery. At the same time, they provide full support for your drug or alcohol recovery. Want to know more about how we treat ODD-related dual diagnosis? Consult the specialists at Terra Nova today.

Paying for Treatment

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Terra Nova Behavioral Health works with most major insurance carriers to help cover most of the costs associated with treatment at our program. Get a free insurance verification right now to find out your personal options for treatment.

Treatment Approaches

The Recovery Benefits of Arizona ODD Treatment

Treatment for ODD is highly individualized. For children, it typically includes some form of parent-management training program. Family therapy is also common. For older people affected by the disorder, other kinds of therapy play an increasingly important role. One common choice is one-on-one cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).

CBT at Terra Nova is a relatively brief form of treatment that focuses on practical change. For someone affected by ODD, its goals include such things as:

  • Helping you gain better emotional control
  • Improving your anger management skills
  • Strengthening your ability to solve problems in healthy ways

CBT can also help you meet practical goals related to substance recovery. This makes it an excellent choice for dual diagnosis rehab plans. You may also need other forms of therapy during your Terra Nova enrollment.

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"TNBH has been the best addiction treatment experience by far. After several attempts at other addiction centers with our loved one, this one has exceeded our expectations in every way. Everyone has been very loving and helpful and honest. They are always available to answer any questions. We have been very impressed with this program and would recommend it to anyone."

"The staff is great to work with and it is easy to see how much they care about providing quality treatment. Jake responds quickly when my staff and I need him and he has helped many of our patients detox and get back to our facility with zero issues."

"Everything about TNBH was fantastic! The staff were all amazing and really do care about the clients! This place changed my life forever! So much so that after going through treatment here it motivated me to get a job working in treatment to help others in recovery like they did for me!"

Seeking ODD Therapy in Arizona

ODD treatment can support your recovery no matter where you find qualified providers. However, if you’re a state resident, you may want to focus on seeking ODD therapy in Arizona. The key reason for this recommendation is convenience of access. If you live closer to your provider, you may:

  • Find it easier to schedule the time for the treatment you need
  • Have an easier time working out your travel details
  • Avoid some of the extra costs of entering rehab

For more information on the benefits of accessing Arizona ODD treatment at Terra Nova, talk to us today.

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Are you struggling with the combined effects of substance problems and lingering ODD symptoms? If so, you need a dual diagnosis program that’s customized for your situation. The help provided by this kind of program gives you a comprehensive plan for effective recovery.

For Arizona substance and ODD treatment, turn to Terra Nova Behavioral Health. At our home base in scenic Prescott Valley, we provide full-spectrum support that guides you through all phases of recommended treatment. And we do so in a luxury setting that helps you relax and focus on the essentials of recovery. Ready to get started? Just contact us today by phone, email or our online message form.