1131 Irving St.
San Francisco, CA 94122


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Anne Kopp, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychology

Curriculum Vitae


Undergraduate:      Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, B.A., 1972.

Graduate:              California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley, CA, M.A., 1979
                            California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley, C.A., Ph.D., 1984

Professional Experience

1992 – Present  | Private Practice in Psychology, San Francisco

Pre-employment psychological evaluations and fitness for duty evaluations of law enforcement and firefighter candidates. Fitness for duty evaluation of employees with public safety sensitive positions such as physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals.  Limited psychological counseling of individuals with workplace issues, relationship issues, and chronic illness.

1994 – Present | Psychologist, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Santa Rosa, Department of
Occupational Health

Psychological evaluation of workers’ compensation claims and brief treatment of work related stress and psychological illnesses secondary to physical injuries. Within Kaiser Occupational Health and Safety Department, psychological fitness for duty examinations to contracted employers.

2001 – Present | Psychologist, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Santa Rosa, Department of Chronic Pain

Provide psychological evaluations, treatment planning consultation, brief psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and health education for patients with chronic pain. Provide psychological evaluations of patients being considered for surgical implantation devices. Develop health education curriculum for behavioral health classes for patients with chronic pain.

1999 – 2003 | Consulting Psychologist, Managed Health Network, San Rafael, Occupational
Psychological Services

Conduct pre-employment psychological evaluations of law enforcement, firefighter and dispatcher applicants to various local public safety agencies.

1993 – 1998 | Clinical Instructor, University of California, San Francisco, Department of

Clinical supervision of PGY 3 and PGY 4 residents in initial evaluations and methods of brief psychotherapy.

1992 – 1994 | Psychologist, Stress Management Institute, San Francisco

Workers’ compensation evaluations, employee crisis debriefing, organizational consultation, brief psychotherapy for occupational stress, workplace trauma and chronic pain.

1989 – 1994 | Psychologist, University of California, San Francisco, Faculty, Staff and Student Assistance Program

Employee assistance program duties including short-term counseling and referral, critical incident stress debriefing, screening for fitness for duty evaluations, management development and training, small group facilitation, conflict resolution, chemical dependency and psychological assessment of impaired health care

1987 - 1989 | Clinical Director, Mathis and Associates, Napa

Managed several external employee assistance contracts for police and fire departments and supervised the clinical work of six staff psychologists and several contract psychologists. Conducted pre-employment
psychological evaluations of police officers, fire fighters, and dispatchers, as well as fitness for duty evaluations of referred police officers. Provided consultation to field training officers and new recruits on training and learning styles. Participated in ride alongs with new recruits and veteran police officers, firefighters and paramedics.  Provided management development and organizational consultation to department chiefs and management teams. Provided critical incident stress debriefing after officer involved shooting and traumatic rescue situations. Provided short-term psychotherapy and support groups to police officers and their families.

1985 - 1987 | Director, San Jose State University, San Jose, Intensive Learning Experience
Administered a remedial education program with a $250,000+ budget and provided consulting psychological services to students and staff.

Academic Years

1984 - 1985, 1986 – 1987 | Psychologist, San Jose State University, Student Counseling Center

Provided brief counseling, stress reduction workshops and learning skills classes to students.

1981 – 1985 | Counselor, University of San Francisco, Student Counseling Center

Provided brief counseling and a variety of training workshops and learning skills classes designed to prevent stress and enhance learning.


California Psychologist, State of California, License Number PSY 9656.

Organizational Memberships

Member, American Psychological Association (APA)
Member, APA Division 18, Psychologists in Public Service
Member, California Psychological Association (CPA)
Member, CPA Division of Clinical Practice
Member, Society for Personality Assessment (SPA)
Member, International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)