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Best Educational Consultant helping families find answers to educational and therapeutic placement questions. Dr. Bishop is an expert in educational & psychological assessment who connects students to best suited colleges, boarding schools, day schools, and gifted programs. Therapeutic placement services available for students with learning issues, disruptive behaviors, anxiety, depression, and more.

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Day, Boarding, and Gifted Schools

Dr. Bishop helps families connect with the best suited college prep or specialty focus day or boarding school for their academically gifted student. Matching services are available for struggling students with ADHD, autism spectrum, behavioral, emotional, or learning issues. Dr. Bishop can assist with ensuring your child’s educational environment meets their unique educational needs.

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College, University & Graduate Admissions

Guidance is available for students needing assistance with college selection and the overall admission process. Focus areas include competitive colleges and universities to specialized colleges for students with specific challenges. Dr. Bishop can assist your rising college student create an appropriate application list based on GPA, SAT scores, and desired factors.

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Schools & Camps for Behavioral Concerns

Dr. Bishop utilizes over 15 years of professional psychological assessment experience to help families find the best Florida treatment program for struggling students with emotional and behavioral concerns. Dr. Bishop is a former therapeutic boarding school executive director, and served as admissions director for the largest provider of residential youth programs in the United States.

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Mental Health, Self-Regulation and College

I’ve done several posts now which details how nearly half of America’s college students drop out- with the largest percentage dropping out in the Freshman year.  Mental health issues are often behind a student’s failure to launch successfully in the college environment.  Parents often focus more on a student’s academic skills as opposed to their student’s resolve to recognize what goals need to be set and to the follow through with executing the necessary daily behaviors to achieve those goals. Self-regulation, which is in part one’s ability to focus, plan, and execute targeted behaviors, is often a better predictor of academic outcomes than is IQ or grades.  A highly...

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