by Sara Bell
Sometimes all it may take for you to see an improvement in your child’s ability to cope with ADHD is a few environmental changes. While strengthening your home’s ability to harbor relaxation and focus likely won’t solve all of your child’s struggles, doing so will certainly put his surroundings on his side
Randy Withers, MA, NCC, LPCA
Many studies have demonstrated that a variety of hereditary and environmental factors show a causal relationship with juvenile delinquency. Personality disorders, physical abuse, substance dependence, and environment are just some of the many different factors that can promote conduct disorder in our nation's youth. The term “Juvenile Delinquent” is more of a legal term than it is a diagnosis, and those children labeled juvenile delinquents by the courts are usually diagnosed with conduct disorder (Santrock, 2012).