- B.A., Psychology/African-American Studies, State University of New York at Buffalo
- M.S.W., Clinical Social Work, Howard University
- M.A., Clinical Psychology , University of Hartford
- Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Hartford
- Juvenile & Adult Forensic Psychology
- Multicultural Issues
- Child/Clinical Dilemmas
- Board of Examiners of Psychologists Chair
- 2013-present: Board Member (Academics & Research), Maryland Board of Examiners of Psychologists
- 2012-present: Committee Member, The American Psychology and Law Society Minority Affairs Committee
Select Works Published
- Presentation: Is it Anger or Something Else
Bishop, C., Adolescent Support League Conference, 2018
- Panel Presentation: "Building for Eternity? Ethics Matters"
Bishop, C., The Association of Black Psychologists Annual Convention, 2018
- Encyclopedia of Cross Cultural Psychology: Erikson's psychosocial stages
Bishop, C.L., Wiley-Black Publishers, 2013
- Exploring stress in mood, self-esteem, and daily habits with psychology graduate school students,
McKinzie, C.A., Altamura, V., Burgoon, E., & Bishop, C. L., Psychological Reports 99, 2006
- Nguzo Saba: An Africentric Approach to Examining Self-Esteem, Africentrism, and Behavior Modification with African-American Adolescents
Bishop, C.L., Doctoral dissertation, University of Hartford and Dissertation Abstracts International, 2002
- Paper Presentation: "Exploring Juvenile Delinquency: An Assessment of Educational and Psychological Concerns"
Bishop, C.L., McKinzie-Bishop, C.A., & O'Brien-Masonis, C.A. Whitfield, M, American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Honolulu, HI, 2013
- Paper Presentation: "Exploring Violent Propensity among Juvenile Delinquents"
Bishop, C.L., McKinzie-Bishop, C.A., & O'Brien-Masonis, C.A. Whitfield, M, Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture Annual Meeting, 2012
- Poster Presentation: "Gender Differences in Intellectual, Academic and Personality Development Among Juvenile Delinquents"
Bishop, C.A., Bishop, C.L., O'Brien-Masonis, C.A. & Whitfield, M, Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture Annual Meeting, 2012
The purpose of teaching is not to regurgitate the class readings. It is important to integrate the assigned reading with real life as much as possible. Classroom discussion is where most of students' learning takes place. Challenging students to think critically and evaluate materials/articles they have read is the force behind learning. My teaching style entails many different pedagogical techniques, which include multimodal learning, technological usage, real-world applications to theoretical concepts, and an ever present focus on diversity.