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Eugene Center for Anxiety and Stress
Eugene, Oregon

Starts on Monday, September 16, 2024

This listing is not an APPIC Member program and is not APA Accredited. Applicants should be aware that this program has not undergone formal external quality review process.

Eugene Center for Anxiety and Stress (ECAS) will have 2 position openings for post-doctoral fellows in its Specialization in Anxiety, OCD, and PTSD track for the 2024-2025 academic year. Our postdoctoral fellowship is designed for those seeking careers in clinical practice settings and is guided by the scientist-practitioner model. 

Eugene Center for Anxiety and Stress is a group practice in Eugene, OR founded on two pillars: a commitment to (1) anti-oppression and culturally-inclusive practices; and (2) the scientist-practitioner model, utilizing evidence-based treatments (specifically, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Exposure and Response Prevention, and Mindfulness-Based approaches) with our clients that address both internal and societal factors in their distress. Our program provides postdoctoral residents with intentional and high-quality training in the gold-standard treatments for our specialty areas while also integrating how societal and cultural factors shape and impact mental health. 

We are located Eugene, Oregon, a mid-size city nestled between the mountains and the coast and boasts all the best the West Coast has to offer. Known for its arts, food, outdoors, inclusivity, and running culture, previous postdoctoral students have enjoyed the work-life balance the town and program offers. 


Postdocs at ECAS are offered diverse clinical experiences in the assessment and treatment of Anxiety, OCD, and PTSD, with a commitment to training in evidence-based treatments and cultural humility. The mission of our postdoctoral program is to train highly skilled, ethical psychologists who contribute to the field of psychology through clinical work and/or education. 

In addition, postdocs at ECAS have opportunities to gain additional training by being part of one of our training tracks. Note that these additional training opportunities are optional and not required: 

Hybrid Track: In this track, postdocs gain experience in providing both therapy and psychological assessment services (see our assessment track posting for more information about the training provided in that program) 

Gender Support Services (GSS) Track: In this track, postdocs receive additional training and focus on providing services for gender diverse individuals, including writing letters of support for gender affirming surgery. 

Spanish-Language/Latinx Culture (SLLC) Track: In this track, we are recruiting postdocs who can provide Spanish language services and have a focus on providing services to the Latinx community in Eugene under the supervision of a Spanish-Speaking Latina supervisor. 

Child Track. In this track, postdocs gain experience providing therapy services to children and teens. It is possible for the child track to also be hybrid. 

We believe it is vital to develop a more diverse behavioral health workforce in Oregon to match the demographics of the state – thus, applicants from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. We are committed to providing trainees from diverse backgrounds with vital opportunities to be mentored and supervised by BIPOC providers and have BIPOC identified and/or bilingual supervisors on staff. 

Responsibilities: Postdocs at ECAS are provided robust training opportunities at the same time that we reinforce a culture of work-life balance. 

Postdoc responsibilities include: 

20 billable client meetings a week 

2 hours of supervision each week (1 hour individual,1 hour group) 

1 hour of Evidence-Based Treatment (EBT) Seminar each week 

1 hour of ECAS Staff Meetings each week (that includes Advanced Didactics and Multicultural Seminar) 

4 hours towards a professional development project each week 

Opportunity to co-supervise a clinical extern from the UO Ph.D. program

Additional Information

Agency Type
Private Practice Clinic
APPIC Membership
APA Accredited
Other Emphasis
Anxiety, OCD, and PTSD
Research Time
No research time
Training Director
Chaunce Windle, Ph.D.
Contact Email
Contact Phone
Virtual Interviews
Virtual Only
Duration in Months
Hours Per Week
# of Licensed Supervisors
Number of Positions
Applications recieved last year
Will follow APPIC Selection Standards
Estimated offer date
Wednesday, May 15 2024
Created Date
Thursday, October 14 2021
Unfilled Positions
Fringe Benefits
health, dental, and vision insurance; 401k with employer match; Employee Assistance Program; student loan repayment assistance; two weeks PTO plus 7 paid holidays; professional development time *Applicants for the Spanish-Language/Latinx Culture (SLLC) Track will receive an additional $5,000 on top of the base stipend of $55,000.
Research opportunities
Additional Comments
Applicants for the Spanish-Language/Latinx Culture (SLLC) Track will receive an additional $5,000 on top of the base stipend of $55,000.
Application Instructions
Step 1: Interested candidates are asked to first review our website to learn more about ECAS, our commitments, and our culture. If after reviewing our website, you continue to be excited about this opportunity, please proceed to next step. Step 2: Submit your application via our website at https://www.eugeneanxiety.com/postdocs/. Click "Apply Now" at the bottom of the page. Step 3: Questions can be directed to our training director, Chaunce Windle, Ph.D. at chaunce@eugeneanxiety.com.

This record was last updated on Friday, February 23, 2024

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