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Many mental health conditions can contribute to violent behavior. For example, these conditions include:
• autism spectrum disorder
• attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
• bipolar disorder
• conduct disorder
• intermittent explosive disorder
• post-traumatic stress disorder
HOW IS VIOLENT BEHAVIOR DIAGNOSED?
Diagnosis of violent behavior is done by a psychiatrist who observes the patient in clinically controlled settings.
HOW IS VIOLENT BEHAVIOR TREATED?
Treatment for violent behavior is usually based on one to one counseling and group therapy so that the root of the problem is discovered. Such patients may require inpatient rehabilitation to. In other cases, they may be given mild sedatives and anti-depression medicines to curb their aggressive behavior pattern. Involving them in other occupational therapies also helps to treat this problem in the long run.
DID YOU KNOW?
The following strategies can lessen or prevent violent behavior:
• Prevention of child abuse (use of programs such as parent training, family support programs, etc.)
• Sex education and parenting programs for adolescents
• Early identification and intervention programs for violent youngsters
• Monitoring child's viewing of violence during their screen time including the Internet, tablets, smartphones, TV, videos, and movies.