Meet the Team
Meet the Team
Andrew Parker, Ph.D., FSAP Manager
Andrew L. Parker, Ph.D., is a Clinical Psychologist with the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program at UC and in private practice in San Francisco and Mill Valley. Prior to Dr. Parker’s career as a psychologist, he was a professional mediator in the field of catastrophic injury litigation. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado at Boulder and interned at the San Francisco VA Hospital.
In addition to his private practice, he has worked as a therapist for the San Francisco Vet Center treating Vietnam combat veterans, and as Clinical Director for the Swords to Plowshares residential treatment program for homeless veterans coping with long-term addiction. Before coming to UC, he was Program Director for the Ohlhoff Outpatient Program in Marin County, which provides treatment for individuals and families dealing with chemical dependency and eating disorders. At UC, he also serves on the Physician’s Well-Being Committee, the Domestic Violence Response Team, and on the Threat Management Team.
Rob Starkey, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist
Rob Starkey, Psy.D., is a Clinical Psychologist at the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program. He previously worked at UC Davis in their Employee Assistance Program where he served as an organizational consultant and clinician. Dr. Starkey completed his postdoctoral fellowship here at UCSF-FSAP where he counseled both faculty and staff in addition to providing organizational consultations to multiple departments around Campus and at the Medical Center. He also has previous clinical experience with college students, hospital patients, and agency clients. He earned his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Alliant University/CSPP in San Francisco. His areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, trauma, destructive behavioral patterns, relationship issues, and personal growth. He has additional experience helping clients cope with substance abuse, grief, and personal medical issues.
Deborah Krupp, Ph.D., Counselor
Deborah Krupp, Ph.D., is a Counselor with the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program at UC. Dr. Krupp received her B.A. in Psychology from UC Davis, M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from San Francisco State University, and Ph.D. in Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, Calif.. She completed her internship at UC in the Department of Psychiatry working with patients at the Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center and Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at UC, and her postdoctoral training in research at SFSU and clinical training at UC.
Prior to joining FSAP, Dr. Krupp worked in both the public and private sectors providing program development and consultation services. Dr. Krupp’s interests include nonverbal behavior, emotion regulation, cross-cultural psychology and pediatric obesity. Dr. Krupp serves on the staff subcommittee of the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Diversity.
Manuel Manotas, Psy.D., Counselor
Manuel Manotas, Psy.D., is a postdoctoral fellow with the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program. Dr. Manotas earned his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, California.
Dr. Manotas works in an integrative way combining a psychodynamic conceptualization with mindfulness-based interventions. His interests include existential, transpersonal and psychodynamic psychological theories. Dr. Manotas is also interested in the role of mindfulness and acceptance of inner experience in emotional regulation and wellbeing. Dr. Manotas conducted his doctoral research in South America where he found reduced anxiety, depression and perceived stress levels in healthcare professionals after a brief training in mindfulness.
Dr. Manotas grew up in Colombia and immigrated to the United States as a young adult. He is able to provide counseling in his native language, Spanish, and is especially interested in issues related to immigration and acculturation.
Johanna Workman, Psy.D., Counselor
Johanna Workman, Psy.D. is a postdoctoral fellow with the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program. Dr. Workman earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology of Alliant International University San Diego.
Dr. Workman’s therapeutic approach is eclectic, and includes psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, client centered, and mindfulness techniques. Her interests include body image, eating disorders, multiracial identity, cross-cultural psychology, and organizational psychology.
Deborah Baker-Reyes, Program Assistant
Deborah Baker-Reyes has returned as the Program Assistant for the Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (after supporting UC’s Office of Medical Education). She earned her BA in Communications from San Francisco State University. Deborah has over 15 years of human resources, recruiting and customer service experience, and over 10 ten years of experience as a property manager. Prior to joining UC, she was the Corporate Recruiting Manager for The Sharper Image corporate headquarters. Deborah’s primary duties include coordinating scheduling for our EAP unit (which includes individual and organizational counseling services), supporting the 5 clinicians and department, administering the emergency loan program, and designing and generating quarterly and monthly reports for analysis. She also analyzes and responds to service requests in reference to any and all counseling needs.