Eugene Center for Anxiety and Stress

Postdoctoral Residency



Postdoctoral Residency Program


Eugene Center for Anxiety and Stress (ECAS) will have 3 openings across two Tracks for the  2023-2024 academic year. Our postdoctoral residency is designed for those seeking careers in clinical practice settings and is guided by the scientist-practitioner model. Applications are due December 23, 2022 at 5pm.

Program Details

The Postdoctoral Residency Program at ECAS is a 12-month, 2,000-hour residency that begins in September of each year. The aim of the residency program is to advance the competency of early-career psychologist residents working toward licensure in evidence-based treatment and assessment while integrating an anti-oppressive, trauma-informed, and multiculturally-oriented approach. 

Residents divide their time between direct client care, administrative tasks, supervision, didactic trainings, and a professional development project. Professional psychological services may include provision of individual and/or group therapy and/or assessment services. All postdoctoral residents will integrate multicultural humility, trauma-informed, and anti-oppression into their work. Successful completion of the postdoctoral residency program will fulfill the supervised practice requirements for licensure as a psychologist in the state of Oregon. 

Eugene Center for Anxiety and Stress is currently accepting applications for three postdoctoral training tracks. Should applicants want experience with both tracks, opportunities are available for cross-training. 

  1. Evidence-Based Treatment of Anxiety, OCD, and PTSD. Residents in this track will develop competency in evidence-based treatment of Anxiety, OCD, and PTSD, with an emphasis on exposure-based approaches. 
  1. Psychological Evaluation Services. Residents in this track will develop competency in evidence-based, therapeutic assessment of ADHD, Autism-Spectrum Disorders, Learning Disorders, and psychological clarification. 


Postdoctoral Resident Schedule 

40 hours a week broken up into: 
  20 hours a week direct patient care 
  2 hours supervision (1 hour individual, 1 hour group) 
  Biweekly Didactics 
  1 hour per week clinic meeting 
     – Multicultural Development 
     – Case Consultation 
     – All Clinic Meeting 
     – Training Seminar 
  4 hours a week professional development project 
  Administrative time for note writing 
  Dedicated time to study for EPPP  
  Optional activities 
    – practicum student supervision 
     – workshop or continuing education facilitation 
     – outreach opportunities 
     – development of group program 
     – development of a new IOP program


Competitive salary, with options to earn more with
      fee-for-service sharing 
Health, dental, and vision insurance 
Retirement plan with match 
Access to EAP 
Student loan repayment after 6 months
Two weeks PTO


To Apply:  To be considered, all application materials must be received by 5:00 PM December 23, 2022. Click on the “Apply Now” link below to submit your information. You will need to upload a cover letter, CV, and three letters of recommendation.

If you have any questions, please email our training director,