PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SCIENCES

 

STUDENT RESOURCES

E-Library

The Professional School provides all students with an e-campus account, the Professional School’s proprietary web platform, where all students can access a wide range of course materials, including videos, articles, forms, slides, syllabus, exams, objectives, assignments, and course recordings.

The Professional School Kindle Library provides students with course textbooks, which may be signed out and returned as needed from their own computers, cell phones, or I-Pads. 

Students may also access the vast research literature of PubMed at www.pubmed.ncbi.nih.gov and the APA  (American Psychological Association) PsyNet database to which they may subscribe. For information go to www.apa.org/pubs/databases. 

 

Faculty and Academic Consultation

Course consultation: Faculty members are available for group discussion sessions on Zoom by appointment and by scheduled meeting with small groups of students.

Program consultation: Students may make appointments with the Dean of Students, or a representative, on an as needed basis.  Also, the Dean’s office may request a personal meeting to discuss performance, participation, or degree completion issues.

Advisory consultation: Appointments with faculty may be made at any time, at the discretion of the faculty member, either through the e-campus messaging system or directly by personal email.  On request, a Division Director will assign a faculty advisor most appropriate to your unique background, professional requirements, and academic needs.

 

Financial Aid Services

The Professional School offers scholarships and payment options. Each student’s individual financial needs are handled on a case by case basis.  Contact the appropriate Division Director as shown below to set up an appointment to review your particular needs and concerns or to special options.

 

Career Counseling

The Professional School offers career counseling, placement assistance, and opportunities for professional growth.Although most students are self-employed or employed as practitioners within their own professions when they enter our programs, we recognize that personal circumstances change.  Both faculty and administrative staff are available to review career choices, advise on resumes, and discuss placement options.  Certain business courses and proseminars such as 615 Writing a Business Plan Business Planning also provide direct opportunities for innovating and developing business strategies.

 

Administrative Consultation

Students have ready access to School administrators and may make appointments as needed with the following School officers:

Peter M. Litchfield, Ph.D.
President, CEO, CFO
pl@bp.edu

Sandra Reamer, MS, MFA, CBBA, CBBP, CSOM, CST
Director, Behavioral Breathing Sciences
Dean of Students
sr@bp.edu

Robert N. Grove, Ph.D.
Director, Behavioral Dental Sciences
drgrove@bp.edu

Denise Campbell, BS, PT, OCS, DIP. MDT, FAAOMPT
Director, Behavioral Physiotherapy Sciences
dc@bp.edu

Maria Katsamanis, PsyD.
Director, Behavioral Physiology Sciences
mskatsamani@bp.edu