Eugene Center for Anxiety and Stress

Current Employment Opportunities

WE RECOGNIZE THAT THERE ARE HEALTH DISPARITIES IN MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES, INCLUDING FOR PEOPLE OF COLOR, WOMEN, AND LGBTQ PEOPLE. WE BELIEVE DIVERSITY IN OUR CLINICAL STAFF HELPS US BUILD OUR MULTICULTURAL AWARENESS AND COMMITMENT, AND HELPS US BETTER SERVE OUR CLIENTS. THUS, WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE APPLICATIONS FROM PEOPLE WITH THESE IDENTITIES OR OTHER MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES.

Assessment Psychologist

Assessment Psychologist

We are actively interviewing for an Assessment Psychologist to join our outstanding team to provide psychological assessments to children, teens, adults, and older adults. Assessment psychologists can also include therapy services as part of their clinical work.

Who you are:

  • You are dedicated to providing psychological assessments that are accurate, individualized, culturally adapted, and therapeutic
  • You are driven to learn new things and grow in your clinical practice
  • You want to focus on your clinical work with minimal administrative burden
  • You might want to take on leadership roles, and/or facilitate trainings for other therapists or other organizations
  • You enjoy supervising externs and postdocs in assessment
  • You are interested in working a hybrid of in-office and telehealth sessions

What makes us stand out

  • We facilitate a culturally-inclusive environment with monthly multicultural development meetings
  • Clients are served within a medium-term treatment model (six-months to a year on average)
  • We provide opportunities to facilitate trainings and workshops and work outside the insurance system.
  • Our administrative staff do all client scheduling, rescheduling, payment processing, and other administrative tasks so you can focus on your clinical work
  • We enjoy a collaborative, collegial, and fun work environment (that includes a monthly game night for those interested!)

Benefits:

  • Start-up bonus
  • Outstanding earning potential- private practice model
  • Flexible scheduling- excellent work/life balance
  • Comprehensive benefits (health, dental, vision)
  • 401K with employer match
  • Collaboration with a dedicated, talented team of assessment and psychotherapy providers.

To Apply:
For immediate consideration, please submit a CV and cover letter to admin@eugeneanxiety.com

Full-Time Staff Therapist (Psychologist, LPC, LCSW, LMFT)

Staff Therapist

We are actively interviewing for a Oregon Licensed Mental Health Therapist (Psychologist, LPC, LMFT, LCSW) to join our outstanding team who has experience in or are interested in being trained to provide evidence- based treatment for Anxiety, OCD and Stress- related disorders.

Who you are:

  • You are dedicated to providing evidence-based treatment for Anxiety, OCD, and PTSD that is NOT manualized or rigid, but creative and responsive to client needs
  • You are driven to learn new things and grow in your clinical practice
    You want to focus on your clinical work with minimal administrative burden
  • You might want to take on leadership roles, and/or facilitate trainings for other therapists or other organizations
  • You might be interested in adding group therapy and/or an IOP to your clinical work
  • You are interested in working a hybrid of in-office and telehealth sessions, or telehealth only

What makes us stand out

  • We facilitate a culturally-inclusive environment with monthly multicultural development meetings.
  • We provide all new therapists to the clinic targeted training in evidence-based treatment
    Clients are served within a medium-term treatment model (six-months to a year on average)
  • We provide opportunities to facilitate trainings and workshops and work outside the insurance system.
  • Our administrative staff do all client scheduling, rescheduling, payment processing, and other administrative tasks so you can focus on your clinical work
  • We enjoy a collaborative, collegial, and fun work environment (that includes a monthly game night for those interested!)

Benefits:

  • Start-up bonus
  • Outstanding earning potential – private practice model
  • Flexible scheduling – excellent work/life balance
  • Comprehensive benefits (health, dental, vision) and access to short- and long-term disability
  • 401K with employer match
  • Access to an EAP
  • Loan repayment program opportunity
  • Collaboration with a dedicated, talented team of mental health providers

To Apply:
For immediate consideration, please submit a CV and cover letter to admin@eugeneanxiety.com

Postdoctoral Resident - Therapy Track

Postdoctoral Position: Specialized Treatment of Anxiety, OCD, and PTSD

Eugene Center for Anxiety and Stress (ECAS) will have 2 openings for post-doctoral fellows in its Specialization in Anxiety, OCD, and PTSD track for the 2022-2023 academic year. Our postdoctoral fellowship is designed for those seeking careers in clinical practice settings and is guided by the scientist-practitioner model.

About Our Postdoc Position:
Eligible candidates are invited to apply for our full-time 12-month psychology postdoc positions. The start date for this position will be August 21, 2022. Postdocs in this position will provide individual psychotherapy for Anxiety, OCD, and PTSD and distress related to discrimination/bias with adults under the supervision of licensed psychologists. There may be opportunities to co-lead a group, support a training event, or play a role in workshop development. The postdoc will also engage in ECAS’ training series, case consultation, group and/or individual supervision. Other training opportunities may occur during the training year.

Postdocs are offered diverse clinical experiences in 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.

The position includes competitive compensation with a commission on earnings, plus the following benefits package: health/dental/vision insurance, 40 hours PTO per 12 months and 7 paid holidays.

Who You Are:
We are looking for postdoctoral fellows who are curious and eager to continue growth in their clinical work by developing skills in evidence based treatments (like Exposure and Response Prevention, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy) while engaging in multicultural engagement through monthly meetings to develop skills and knowledge and practice self-awareness around areas of privilege and oppression.

Who We Are:
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 with our clients. We are located Eugene, Oregon, a mid-size city that provides plenty to do (known for its arts, outdoors, and running culture) while it is small enough to get around easily.

How to apply:
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 complete the following:

  • Postdoctoral Application
  • Email admin@eugeneanxiety.com with your:
    • Detailed Letter of Interest for the position
    • Curriculum Vitae

Applications are reviewed in the order received. Questions can be directed to our training director, Chaunce Windle, Ph.D. at chaunce@eugeneanxiety.com.

Postdoctoral Resident - Assessment Track

Postdoctoral Position: Specialized Treatment of Anxiety, OCD, and PTSD

Eugene Center for Anxiety and Stress (ECAS) will have one opening for a post-doctoral fellow in its Psychological Assessment track for the 2022-2023 academic year. Our postdoctoral fellowship is designed for those seeking careers in clinical practice settings and is guided by the scientist-practitioner model.

About Our Postdoc Position:
Eligible candidates are invited to apply for our full-time 12-month psychology postdoc positions. The start date for this position will be August 21, 2022. Postdocs in the Psychological Assessment Track are offered diverse clinical experiences in assessment, with our most common referrals for diagnosis of ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Learning Disorders, and psychological clarification. If interested, the postdoc can also be involved in providing individual psychotherapy for Anxiety, OCD, and PTSD and distress related to discrimination/bias with adults under the supervision of licensed psychologists. There may be opportunities to co-lead a group, support a training event, or play a role in workshop development. The postdoc will also engage in ECAS’ training series, case consultation, group and/or individual supervision. Other training opportunities may occur during the training year.

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.

The position includes competitive compensation with a commission on earnings, plus the following benefits package: health/dental/vision insurance, 40 hours PTO per 12 months and 7 paid holidays.

Who You Are:
We are looking for postdoctoral fellows who are curious and eager to continue growth in their clinical work by developing skills in psychological assessment while engaging in multicultural engagement through monthly meetings to develop skills and knowledge and practice self-awareness around areas of privilege and oppression.

Who We Are:
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 treatment and assessment with our clients. We are located Eugene, Oregon, a mid-size city that provides plenty to do (known for its arts, outdoors, and running culture) while it is small enough to get around easily.

How to apply:
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 complete the following:

  • Postdoctoral Application
  • Email admin@eugeneanxiety.com with your:
    • Detailed Letter of Interest for the position
    • Curriculum Vitae

Applications are reviewed in the order received. Questions can be directed to our training director, Chaunce Windle, Ph.D. at chaunce@eugeneanxiety.com.