brings to her practice a unique and powerful blend of advanced training
in both clinical psychology and yoga therapy. She is an ethical,
compassionate, and accomplished healer and I recommend her
"I thank Grace and her Mind-Body Therapy for helping restore my strength
and flexibility, so I can put the fun back in my
is one of the kindest, empathetic and intuitive people I have ever
met. I enthusiastically recommend Grace’s yoga classes and yoga therapy
to anyone who wants to maintain or regain an active life style".
... has captured the essence of what I want my yoga practice to be....I applaud
her competence, clear eye, and knowledge of the human body".
Child and Family Wellness Inst. LLC
Dr. Bullock has worked as a Research Scientist for over 15 years. She has served as a co-Investigator on numerous clinical trials funded by the National Institutes of Health and most recently Principal Investigator on a randomized clinical trial of Mind∞Body therapy for single, disadvantaged first time mothers of toddlers at Oregon Research Institute Community Evaluation Services.
Dr. Bullock has taught numerous graduate level classes on scientific and grant writing and research development. Her ability to conceptualize empirically sound studies and create unique, innovative measurement tools has proved invaluable in the assessment of cognitive and behavioral phenomenon in real-world settings.
Dr. Bullock has considerable expertise writing funded federal research grants and has numerous empirically reviewed publications in major scientific journals and edited books. She is the Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Yoga Therapy, the only peer reviewed, PubMed, Medline indexed research journal in the world. She also is a frequent reviewer for a number of peer reviewed scientific journals.
Dr. Bullock has presented her research extensively at national and international conferences. She is widely sought as a consultant for her Family Affective Attitude Rating Scale (FAARS) (Bullock & Dishion, 2007).