Anxiety, OCD, mood disorders and Asperger’s Syndrome can cause significant
internal distress for students, sometimes to the point of disrupting others. Mike
Paget shares proven strategies that educators can implement to build relationships
with students who experience acting-in disorders to help them navigate the
challenges of growing up.
Introduction | Anxiety | Flavors of Anxiety | Obsessive Compulsive Disorder |
Reducing Anxiety | Building Relationships | Managing Thoughts | Strategies for
Anxiety | Strategies for Agoraphobia | Strategies for OCD | Mood Disorders |
Counseling and Medication | Strategies for Mood Disorders | Asperger’s | Social
Skills | Strategies for Asperger’s | Sensory Challenges | Review
Mike Paget, M.Ed. is a consultant to schools throughout North America to help them better teach challenging students. As a state consultant for students with severe emotional and behavioral problems, he worked with ODD, CD and other special needs students for more than 25 years. Mike is an innovator of effective approaches for working with extremely challenging students and has conducted seminars across the U.S. and Canada on creative techniques for managing classroom behavior, student aggression and crisis intervention.