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Ph.D in Clinical Psychology, Columbia (N.Y.) University

Certification & Awards

Dr. Bullock holds certificates in a variety of treatment modalities and has received several scholarships and research grants during her training

Ashley Bullock

Chief Psychology Officer

Dr. Bullock is a clinical psychologist, and the Chief Psychology Officer for Modern Minds.

Ashley Bullock, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and Assistant Professor at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). Dr. Bullock grew up in Washington D.C. and Atlanta, GA, and earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and History from Wellesley College, her Master of Arts in Psychology from University of Chicago, and her Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University. She has over 10 years of experience working in large hospital systems as well as in establishing private practices both in New York City and Charleston. Dr. Bullock has specialized training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Family Systems Therapy. Her past research and teaching experience on grief, emotion regulation, and nonverbal behavior at Columbia University informs her clinical work. With an active and empathic approach, Dr. Bullock empowers her patients to recognize and actualize their fullest potential and life goals.  Dr. Bullock is an avid swimmer and yoga practitioner, two activities that are central to her reservoir of peace and energy. She also cherishes her time doing crafts, going to the beach, and gardening with her two young boys.

Personal statement: Modern Minds has a 360-degree view of the individual and well-being, recognizing and prioritizing both the mind and body.  Modern Minds addresses the challenges of modern human living (i.e., over-doubting, over-thinking, over-sitting, under-valuing) which stem largely from the disconnect or fragmentation in our lives. The science of change clearly demonstrates that successfully connecting with ourselves, our values, and our lives also involves connecting with our bodies. This refreshing and long overdue perspective enables clients to pursue meaningful and sustainable change in their lives.  My profession is more of a life pursuit than a job, and the mission of Modern Minds to not only reduce suffering but moreover to actualize well-being is also my personal life mission.