Disruptive Behavior Disorders

Disruptive Behavior Disorders: According to American Psychiatric Association (2013), the disorder is characterized by the patients being angry, spiteful,  resentful, and vindictive ways, Being uncooperative, Refuses to follow the rules, Argue a lot, even about small and unimportant things, Deliberately annoy others, and become easily annoyed by other people, Blame others for their mistakes or misbehavior(Sadock, Sadock & Ruiz, 2015). For children, they tend to lack respect or regard for others, be aggressive toward other people and animals, bully and intimidate others, willfully destroy property, steal and lie without feeling bad about it, run away from home, and are truant frequently. Considering that the T.P. is not aggressive, this diagnosis is presented as the second suitable disorder hence not considered in the initial treatment.

Oppositional Defiant Disorder: According to the American Psychiatric Association (2013), the disorder is characterized by the loss of temper in an easy manner, and the patient tends to argue with adults quite often. The victim also tends to blame others for their problems and act vindictively. However, the disorder lacks aggressiveness towards others, and the patient does not destroy property.  Generally, there are cases of anger and defiance while being addressed by caregivers and parents. The DSM-5 demands that the patient has anger, irritable mood, argumentative and defiant behavior, and vindictiveness. This is the third suitable condition for treatment but not qualified for T.P.

Impulse control disorder: According to American Psychiatric Association (2013) and the DSM-5, the condition is characterized by Starting fires, sudden explosive anger or acts of violence, Hair pulling, Participating in risky sexual behaviors, Compulsive lying, Poor social skills, Stealing, and also the Isolating oneself from family and friends. Based on the case study, it is evident that the patient has symptoms far much different from what this disorder post. Therefore, this condition cannot be considered for the patient.

Attachments Disorder: The patients with this nature of disorder do not seek comfort and support. Furthermore, the patient does not accept support. The victims have emotionally withdrawn behavior towards caregivers and adults. According to the American Psychiatric Association (2013), the patient minimally responds to comfort when distressed. The condition cannot qualify for diagnosis sis there are several missing symptoms and behavior characteristics not associated with this condition. Therefore, this condition is not selected for the diagnosis of the patient.

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