All adolescent psychiatrists will know untidy bedrooms to be part of the day-to-day currency of parent–child frustration. Is it too universal to achieve caseness and a place in ICD–11? Nowadays, when an adolescent is described as having a tidy bedroom, my mind starts reviewing their other symptoms to check for a developmental disorder. Universality has not, however, generated many helpful therapy strategies in psychiatric textbooks.
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