Alexander Zinchenko, PhD

Anna Zozulinksy, PhD

Dr. Anna Zozulinsky received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Palo Alto University, with a research emphasis from the Center for Neuroscience in Women’s Health at Stanford School of Medicine. She completed her doctoral internship at RAMS’s NAAPTC, and trained at several community mental health organizations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Dr. Zozulinsky serves as director of Child, Youth and Family Outpatient Services and maintains a small clinical practice at Asian Family Institute.

As a trilingual (Russian and Hebrew) and tri-cultural psychologist, Dr. Zozulinsky has particular interests in identity formation across cultural contexts and immigration-related experience and is dedicated to providing culturally-sensitive services to children, youth, families, adults and couples. Her approach is rooted in contemporary psychoanalytic theory. She strives to create warm and safe relationships with her clients, to promote lasting change through collaboration and reflection.

Dr. Zozulinsky holds a B.A.in Cinema Studies from Tel Aviv University and was trained as a photographer at International Center of Photography in New York. She is keenly interested in the intersection between aesthetic experiences, creativity and psychological well-being and incorporates this sensibility in her clinical work.

Andrea Kwun Ning Chan, Psy.D.

Dr. Andrea Chan obtained her Doctor in Psychology from Alliant International University – California School of Professional Psychology (Hong Kong campus). She is a bicultural and bilingual (Cantonese) psychologist, working as a staff psychologist and clinical supervisor at RAMS outpatient services. She works with adults, older adults, children, youth, and families. Dr. Chan believes in the importance of co-creating a space that fosters a deeper understanding of one’s own identities and their intersectionality, examining and becoming curious about many parts of the self in order to create positive change in one’s quality of life, relationships, and actualization of internal yearnings.

Sachi Inoue, PhD

Dr. Sachi Inoue is a licensed psychologist serving culturally diverse clients at community mental health organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 20 years. Dr. Inoue is also a psychoanalyst and an analyst member of San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis, American Psychoanalytic Association, and International Psychoanalytical Association. She is committed to creating a bridge between the psychoanalytic community and public mental health arena so that analytic treatment can be more accessible for broader populations, and analytically trained clinicians can provide high quality services to community mental health clients. Prior to joining RAMS as the Director of Adult Outpatient Clinic in 2006, Dr. Inoue worked at Asian Community Mental Health Services for five years as a clinical supervisor. She was also an adjunct faculty and a research project coordinator at California School of Professional Psychology in Alameda. She currently maintains a private practice in Berkeley where she provides psychoanalysis and psychotherapy for adults. Dr. Inoue received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from CSPP-Alameda and completed RAMS pre doctoral internship in 1998.

Flora O. Chan, PsyD

Flora Chan is clinical psychologist at the Adult Outpatient Clinic and a supervisor for the National Asian American Training Center at RAMS.