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Christopher Bullock, MD
Christopher Bullock, MD, is an Assistant Clinical Professor (part-time) of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, a psychoanalyst affiliated with the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, and a Teaching Associate at the Cambridge Health Alliance, where for 20 years he was the senior attending physician on an outpatient team working intensively with the chronically mentally ill. He maintains a private practice in Newton, Massachusetts.
He has won multiple teaching awards, was a founding faculty member in the team that developed the innovative Cambridge-Harvard Medical School Longitudinal Third Year Clerkship, has worked in pioneering projects integrating behavioral health care into primary care medicine, taught for many years in the HMS Healer’s Art seminars, and has lectured nationally on psychiatric education. This fall he will join the Emerson College faculty to teach “Aragorn on the Couch: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on the Lord of the Rings and the Writing of J. R .R. Tolkein.”