A leader in the field of behavioral change, Dr. Bishop’s success is testament to his ability to match students with the best treatment and educational options available, and for the ability to instill long lasting change in the students he has worked with.  Under Dr. Bishop’s leadership, adolescents and teens have been featured on Nightline, Good Morning America, and in The Washington Post while his views on behavioral change and clinical issues have been profiled by national news publications.

Dr. Bishop was Executive Director of the renowned therapeutic boarding school Wellspring Academy which was the focus of a three season series which aired on the Style Network.  The below press releases and articles are related to Dr. Bishop’s experiences running the school and overseeing the behavioral change process in the students he supervised.

Selected News Articles / Interviews:

Dr. Bishop quoted in Time Magazine article, “Do Parents Discriminate Against Their Own Chubby Children?”

Dr. Bishop quoted in FoxNews.com article, “Parents of Children on TLC’s ‘Toddlers in Tiaras’ Hurting Their Kids, Critics Say”

Dr. Bishop quoted in FoxNews.com article, “Do Babies Ruin Bodies? ‘Biggest Loser’s’ Jillian Michaels Won’t Give Birth”

Dr. Bishop quoted in Washington Post article, “Teenage Stars of ‘Huge’ Television Series Aren’t Just Acting Overweight

Dr. Bishop quoted in Baltimore Sun article, “Parents Cutting Down on Easter Candy”

Dr. Bishop quoted in Toronto Sun article, “Summer Gains”

Below are stills from some recent interviews on various topics:

  Additional Interviews and Articles:

Local media interviewing Dr. Bishop in St. Petersburg Times Article, “Parents, Help Your Kids Shape Up This Summer”

Article featuring Dr. Bishop for, “Parent Reviewers”

Movement for Social Justice interview, “Does Marriage Make You Fat?”

Dr. Bishop’s quote from an interview with Juju Chang for ABC News / Nightline

Dr. Bishop’s  interview for Sheknows.com titled, “Kids at Risk for Heart Disease”

Dr. Bishop quoted for Washington Post article, “Nutrition Buzzwords Make Hay Out of Grains of Truth”