Best Educational Consultant helping families find answers to educational and therapeutic placement questions. Therapeutic placement services are available for students with learning issues, disruptive behaviors, anxiety, depression, ADHD, defiance, adoption issues and more. Dr. Bishop is an expert in psychological assessment and identifying effective psychological treatment in complex situations.Learn More
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.
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.
Dr. Bishop utilizes his professional experience managing residential treatment facilities across the U.S. to help families find the best 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.
Mid Summer Therapy Options- To Act or Not to Act? In today's blog post we will examine the pros and cons of acting on your child's behavioral or mental health issues midsummer. Tension sometimes runs high over the summer months as a family is living in close quarters during the hot summer season. The daily structure that was once enjoyed during the school year is now disrupted as the kids are at home playing video games or running around the neighborhood getting into mischief with friends. Often, it is over the summer when parents first notice behavioral problems. It is not uncommon in my practice to receive phone calls in the mid-to-late summer inquiring about options for a child....Continue