ASAP Staff

Rob Starkey, Psy.D.

Rob Starkey, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and the Director of ASAP.   He provides individual counseling, organizational consultation, and threat management consultation.  Prior to arriving at ASAP, he was the Director UC Berkeley’s Employee Assistance Program.  In addition, he spent 4 years jointly at UCSF and UC Office of the President in their respective employee assistance programs.  Rob is returning to UC Davis having formerly worked at ASAP as a postdoc. In addition to his experience in the UC system, Rob has also worked in an undergraduate student counseling program, a hospital setting, and in community mental health. He received his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Oregon with a minor in Business and his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Alliant University-San Francisco.

Satinder Gill

Satinder Gill, Psy.D.

Dr. Gill is a licensed clinical psychologist and the Clinical Director of the Academic and Staff Assistance Program (ASAP). Dr. Gill’s areas of interest include evidence based and culturally responsive interventions, and teaching and training. As Clinical Director, Dr. Gill utilizes a social justice framework to ensure the highest quality provision of services to UC Davis staff and their families through collaborative efforts with clinic staff and campus partners. Dr. Gill oversees the EAP counselor internship program within our clinic and provides educational campus and community outreach presentations. Dr. Gill has a background in educational administration and leadership and has trained staff and faculty in risk management, conflict resolution and organizational health and wellness.

Alice Provost

Alice Provost, MFT

Alice is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.  She has experience in assessment, family, individual and group therapy with adults and adolescents.  She has worked in inpatient and outpatient settings, private and public school settings and in private practice.  Her areas of special interest are women's issues,  job stress,  parenting, chronic pain and stress management.

Terri Hiroshima-Chan

Terri Hiroshima-Chan, LCSW

Terri is a licensed clinical social worker who received her Masters degree in Social Welfare from UC Berkeley and her Bachelors degree in Psychology and Sociology from UC Davis. Terri has experience working with adults and children in outpatient and inpatient settings. Her areas of special interest include transcultural and intergenerational issues, as well as life transitions and caregiver roles.

Felix Kadva

Felix Kadva, M.A.

Felix is a predoctoral intern who has received his Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Alliant International University, Fresno as well as his Bachelor’s degree from California State University, Fresno. Felix has experience teaching, as well as working with adults and children in a variety of settings including schools, outpatient care facilities, and forensic settings. His areas of special interest include cyberpsychology, stress management, and social justice.

Sharon Ree

Sharon Ree, AAIII/Program Coordinator

Sharon graduated from California State University Sacramento with a bachelor's degree in Nutrition. She has worked as a Director of a therapeutic mental health private agency; serving special needs children and adults.  Sharon has also worked for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a Consumer Safety Officer and Mercy General Hospital in the Nutrition Department.  She has been the Program Coordinator at ASAP since January, 2007.