Need help with enrollment in a U.S. based college, school or other programme? Dr. Mike Bishop assists families from the Middle East and around the World enroll students in colleges, boarding schools, and treatment programmes in the United States. He has assisted clients in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Dubai, Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Syria, Egypt and Lebanon.Learn More
Looking for help enrolling in a U.S. boarding school? Families from the Middle East utilize Dr. Bishop's educational consulting services to assist with all aspects of programme selection and admission to prestigious boarding schools located in the United States. Total enrollment and admissions assistance is available for families around the World.
Need help with enrolling in a U.S. college? Using proven strategies, Dr. Bishop assists college bound students from the Middle East with all aspects of college selection and admission from Ivy League universities and graduate schools to specialized colleges and programmes for students with specific challenges. Dr. Bishop helps students from around the world enroll in colleges based in the United States.
Dr. Bishop assists families from the Middle East with programme selection and admission to therapeutic boarding schools and schools for learning issues including Dyslexia and ADHD. As a former therapeutic boarding school Executive Director and Educational Psychologist, Dr. Bishop knows the treatment U.S. landscape and best options available. Total enrollment assistance is available.
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...Continue