My name is Katy Bullick. I'm a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. I recently completed a two-year Post-graduate Training Program in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy at The Psychotherapy Institute. Prior to joining the team as a Staff Therapist at TPI, I completed my traineeship and a year-long psychodynamically-focused internship at the Integral Counseling Center at Pierce Street, in San Francisco. I am a graduate of the California Institute of Integral Studies' Masters program in Counseling Psychology.
My background in ecology – the study of how nature resiliently adapts and grows — informs my belief that authentic relationship to self and others is the foundation of health, satisfaction and success. I believe that change and growth happen naturally, when we honor and more fully inhabit who and where we are.
I strive to be flexible, open and inclusive, and thus draw from varied psychological and philosophical orientations. I am actively engaged in anti-oppression work, both personally and professionally. I honor diversity, and accordingly welcome people from all walks of life.
I received my undergraduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where I studied the broad global issues of our time--- our relationship to each other and our surrounding environments, the world's economic systems and their attendant inequalities, and social justice movements throughout history. I find this larger systems perspective invaluable in my work as a therapist. I believe we are not separate from the world around us, and that the personal is political. For me, therapy is a subtle yet powerful activism, a way to actively support the values of justice, inclusivity, diversity, creativity and compassion in the lives of my patients and the communities they belong to.
If you have questions for me or would like to set up an initial appointment, I welcome you to reach out. You can call me at 510.306.2207, or fill out the form on my contact page.
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