Kate Bullard, LMSW, MPH

Adult Ambulatory Psychiatry Social Work Supervisor
Social Worker MSW Senior
Clinical Social Worker


Kate Bullard, LMSW, MPH, is a Clinical Scholar and Supervisor in the Department of Psychiatry and the Department of Social Work. She is Assistant Chair of the Psychotherapy Competency Committee. She has expertise in Interpersonal and Cognitive Behavioral therapies and Motivational Interviewing and provides psychotherapy training and clinical supervision to social work staff, trainees, and other disciplines.  Her clinical interests include mood disorders, with special focus on the perinatal period, reproductive loss, the impact of deployment on military families and measurement-based care. Previously, she was the Manager of the Zero to Thrive Perinatal and Reproductive Psychiatry Clinic and in her research roles, she was Clinical Program Manager for several NIMH-sponsored research studies.

Areas of Interest

  • Depressive Disorders
  • Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
  • Reproductive Loss
  • Measurement Based Care


  • University of Michigan School of Social Work, Master's of Social Work
  • University of Michigan School of Public Health, Master's of Public Health
  • Oberlin College, Bachelor's