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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 can help your rising college senior with educational or behavioral issues find the best suited college or young adult transitional program.

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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 Admissions for Unique Learners

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

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Schools & Camps for Behavioral Concerns

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. Referrals are made to residential treatment centers (RTC's), working ranch programs, wilderness therapy programs, therapeutic boarding schools, emotional growth schools, and young adult transitional programs.

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Helping Children Feel Safe

How to Respond to a Tragedy This week I saw many friends post on Facebook about the Las Vegas tragedy.  Most of my friends have kids, and the concern most expressed was how to speak to a child about a tragedy.  I thought I would make a blog post giving my thoughts on responding to a child with questions related to a tragedy. After any tragedy, children naturally have questions.  Especially for children with autism, school anxiety, depression or related issues, the feelings can be overwhelming.  While it may be appropriate to discuss these issues in counseling, children not in therapy can be re-assured by their parents or caregivers. It's important for parents to reassure and...

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