Fiona Bullock, M.S.W., B.C.E.T.S.
Associate Professor of Social Work
Office: Davidian Hall 109F
Phone: (707) 965-6549
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Faculty Since: 1991
B.S.W., Pacific Union College, 1983
M.S.W., University of California, Berkeley, 1990
Fiona E. Bullock, M.S.W., associate professor of social work, specializes in bereavement trauma, death, and dying. She has received Board Certification in bereavement trauma from the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and has expertise in child grief issues. She was employed as Bereavement and Outreach Coordinator for Hospice of Napa Valley prior to being hired by PUC. Bullock developed and implemented Grief Support Groups in Napa County middle and high schools, as well as groups for children age 4 years old and up. She has also previously worked with geriatric patients in an inpatient psychiatric setting and in medical social work. Her research includes projects with social work students on poverty, food instability, and unmet needs within Lake and Napa Counties. Bullock is currently interested in researching loss and grief issues of children and families of deployed military personnel and war-related PTSD issues. She also enjoys time with family, friends, and community activities.
Bullock, F. (2004). It takes a village to raise a child, and one to care for an elder. Spectrum online. Retrieved June 10, 2008, from http://old.spectrummagazine.org/library/ss2004/040706bullock.html