Kim D. Bullock, MDStanford University

Kim Bullock is a neuropsychiatrist interested in combining technology with behavior/lifestyle modification and evidenced based psychotherapies. She founded and direct the Stanford Virtual and Immersive Technology clinic in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Her focus is the effects of psychological trauma on the body and emotions in a variety of illnesses but most notably Functional Neurological Symptom Disorder (aka Conversion Disorder). Currently, Dr. Bullock is investigating the influence of emotion dysregulation/interoceptive sensitivity on the application of embodied VR experiences to treat motor and sensory symptoms. She is intensively trained in traditional cognitive behavior therapy as well as dialectical behavior therapy, and enjoys running skills training groups and changing the core beliefs of clients thru exposure, experience, and philosophical shifts.


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Neuropsychiatrist, Psychology and Psychiatriy
Stanford, CA