Kim Bullock, MD

Psychiatrist, Neuropsychiatrist, Psychotherapist

Bio:   Dr. Kim Bullock received her undergraduate degree with honors and distinction in physiology and psychology from the University of California, San Diego, Revelle College and her medical degree from George Washington University. She completed an internship in internal medicine at Washington Hospital in D.C. and then psychiatry residency at Stanford. She is on the clinical faculty of the Stanford University School of Medicine, a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and the United Council of Neurological Subspecialties in Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Neurology. She is the Director for the Stanford University Neurobehavioral and Virtual Reality Clinics. She has published many peer-reviewed articles including in The Journal of the American Medical Association. She is a Cambridge and Oxford author, writing text book chapters on the subject of non-epileptic seizures. Dr. Bullock sees patients, teaches, and performs research. She is the primary investigator of clinical pilot trials exploring novel treatments for functional neurological disorders.

Dr. Bullock's key areas of interest include treating patients who have experienced trauma and have sensory, motor, and cognitive symptoms. She takes a holistic, customized, and personal approach to each patient. She encourages family and community involvement in the treatment process.

Stanford Neuroscience Health Center

Comprehensive Epilepsy Program

Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic

Professional Education

  • Residency, Stanford University, Psychiatry (2002)
  • Internship, Washington Hospital Center, Internal Medicine (1995)
  • MD, George Washington University, Medicine (1994)
  • BA, University of California, Animal Physiology (1989)
  • BA, University of California, Psychology (1989)

Honors & Awards

  • Special Thanks and Recognition Award, Palo Alto Veterans Administration (July 1998)

Administrative Appointments

  • Director, Virtual Reality Clinic (2016 - Present)
  • Director, Neurobehavioral Clinic (2012 - Present)
  • Senator, School of Medicine (2015 - Present)

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