One of the reasons why it is important that children have the benefit of health insurance is to be able to obtain help in situations such as yours. There is no doubt your son acn be helped. Aggressive behavior per se is not a component of ADHD. Howver, one component of Combine-type ADHD is impulsivity, and your son does appear to be having problems with controlling his aggressive impulses. If his ADHD is at least of moderate severity, it invites pharmacological treatment in addition to therapy. Your note indicates that he displays some condition along with his ADHD. There is no condition called compulsive destructive disorder, but your son may display another of the Disruptive Behavior Disorder conditions (ADHD is actuallu one of those conditions). An accurate diagnosis is important in order to determine how to proceed. One thing that will be necessary, regardless of the specific condition, is a systematic behavior management program. You can find a very effective, practical, easy-to-implement plan in Lynn Clark's book SOS: Help for Parents. It would be worthwhile to purchase this very useful book or obtain it from your local library.
What vitamins and supplements are you giving him? would like to know for my daughter.