This source is an article about providing ideas at home for children with behavioral issues. One idea it provided was creating a rewards menu at home ( a positive reinforcement chart with good behaviors to help encourage your child to keep carrying out those positive behaviors).
Another idea this article provided was feelings of exercise- which is an exercise with a piece of paper with a neutral face or blank circle for them to express themselves by drawing their own feelings. These are only 2 examples of ideas based off the article, take a look at all of them with the link below!
-Also the link provides an external tab to take an online assessment to see how to approach your child’s specific behavioral needs.
Disruptive, impulse-control and conduct disorders refer to a group of disorders that include oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, intermittent explosive disorder, kleptomania and pyromania. These disorders can cause people to behave angrily or aggressively toward people or property. They may have difficulty controlling their emotions and behavior and may break rules or laws, and the behaviors are more severe and longer lasting than regular temper tantrums.