Need help with enrollment at a college, boarding school or other programme based in the United States? Dr. Mike Bishop is an Educational Consultant who assists families from Europe and around the World enroll students in colleges, boarding schools, and treatment programmes in the U.S. He has assisted clients in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, and Russia.Learn More
Dr. Bishop provides services to assist families from Europe with all aspects of programme selection and admission to selective and prestigious boarding schools located in the United States. Total enrollment assistance is available for families around the World interested in enrolling their child in a U.S. based boarding school.
Need assistance with enrolling your child in a U.S. college? Using research-driven, scientifically supported strategies, Dr. Bishop assists college bound students from Europe with all aspects of college selection and admission from colleges to Ivy League universities and graduate schools. U.S. College bound educational consulting services are administered through an online management platform.
The United States offers some of the best treatment options for young people including therapeutic boarding schools, wilderness programs, and residential treatment centers. Dr. Bishop assists families from Europe with programme selection and admission a wide range of residential treatment options. Dr. Bishop knows the treatment U.S. landscape and best options available through his past experience as a therapeutic boarding school Executive Director and Educational Psychologist.
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