Kate Bullard is a Clinical Social Work Coordinator in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan. She has over 15 years of clinical experience providing individual and group psychotherapy. She provides supervision, monitoring and program evaluation of psychotherapy within Adult Ambulatory Psychiatry and is Assistant Director of the University of Michigan Psychotherapy Competency Committee. She coordinates the Women and Infants Mental Health Clinic and has worked in mental health and substance abuse research for almost 20 years. As a member of the M-SPAN team, she leads educational and support groups for family members and helped develop and lead the Military Family Support Forum and the HomeFront Strong program. She served as interim Program Manager for the Buddy-to-Buddy Veteran Volunteer peer linkage program and has conducted trainings in communication skills for veterans and Michigan National Guard service members.