What Is BHIP?
BHIP stands for Biopsychosocial Health Intervention and Prevention program and was developed by Dr. Kim Burgess, Ph.D. in collaboration with Professors Paul Hastings, Ph.D. and Julie Bowker Ph.D. Together, they have come up with this innovative course that aids incoming middle and high schoolers in reducing stressors and learning lifelong skills that will lead them to an easier transition through the most challenging and stressful times of their development.
Utilizing innovative research, integrated health care, and feedback from students, we will help your teenager handle stressors and learn lifelong social, academic, problem-solving and coping skills. Our mission is to intervene and prevent your kids from experiencing unhealthy levels of stress, anxiety, frustration, mood changes, or becoming overwhelmed with school.
What your child will gain via interactive group methods:
The BHIP Program consists of six sessions, each with a different focus. Students will meet at the Pediatric Psychology Center - 15204 Omega Drive, Suite 220, Rockville, Maryland 20850 one day a week for six weeks.
There are two different program levels, one for students entering middle school and the other for incoming high school students. Each of the six sessions costs just $90 to attend.
Next available program: