College of Arts and Science
Dr. Bullett earned her bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University, an M.S. in Kinesiology (emphasis in Sport Psychology) from Georgia Southern University, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Saint Louis University. She is currently an assistant clinical professor and the associate director of the Psychological Services Clinic (PSC). Dr. Bullett splits her time between direct client care, clinical supervision of graduate students, and administrative duties for the clinic. She engages in evidence-based treatment for a range mental health concerns to clients of the PSC and engages in supervision to clinical psychology doctoral students. Dr. Bullett currently serves on the department’s Diversity Enhancement Committee and the PSC’s Clinic Executive Committee and Transdiagnostic Skills Therapy team.
Dr. Bullett is committed to diversity and social equity. Dr. Bullett believes that as psychologists it is our duty to continue to pursue education on issues of diversity and inclusion. As such, her training in diversity topics is never finished. Her commitment to diversity necessitates the creation of an environment that encourages the expression of diverse perspectives. She strives to empower individuals to explore their experiences and unique characteristics. She strives to challenge stereotypes and systems of oppression and to promote the innate value of each person. She recognizes that diversity encompasses a wide variety of characteristics including but not limited to: differences of sex, gender identity, gender expression, race, ethnicity, national and regional origin, sexual orientation, religion and spirituality, disability, socioeconomic status and age.
Topics for which Dr. Bullett has sought continuing education in 2021 include:
Topics for which Dr. Bullett sought continuing education in 2020 include: