Bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) has been one of the most common mental/behavioral health challenges identified in the past ten years. Some students suffer quietly – exhibiting few outward signs at school. Others erupt with the frustrations from this intense and energy-draining condition – displaying distracting behaviors that can be very challenging to educators and other professionals who work with youth.
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Mike Paget, M.Ed., is the co-author of two books:
Mike currently works as a consultant with a state department of education for students with severe emotional and behavioral problems. Mike has worked with students who experience bipolar disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder and other special needs for more than 25 years. Mike is an innovator of effective approaches for working with extremely challenging students. He has conducted workshops across the United States and Canada for educators on creative techniques for managing classroom behavior, student aggression and crisis intervention.