Currently Accepting Applications

The Anxiety Center at the Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle (EBTCS) invites applications for our post-doctoral fellowship program! Fellows will participate as members of a multidisciplinary (psychology and psychiatry) adult anxiety disorders treatment team and receive specialized training and supervision in evidence-based treatments for anxiety and related disorders, with a strong emphasis on exposure-based treatments. Clinical responsibilities include providing individual therapy for adult clients with the full range of anxiety, obsessive-compulsive, and trauma-related disorders.

Activities may also include participating in program development and administration, assisting with our client outcomes monitoring program, and participating in our practice-based research program. Trainees will work closely with our Director, Travis Osborne, PhD, ABPP. We are open to accepting applications for a joint fellowship combining training in the Anxiety Center with training in either the Child Anxiety Center or the Eating Disorders Center.

All positions start in Fall 2024. The starting salary is $55,000/year and once licensed this increases to $70,000/year. Although the position requires a 2-year commitment, there is an opportunity in the second year for promotion to a training staff-level position if the fellow has demonstrated meeting program-specific competencies. This staff-level position includes 1 hour of individual supervision per week and an increase in guaranteed base pay to $110,000/year. Most fellows at EBTCS over the last 5 years have been hired into a training staff-level position at the start of their second year. Last year, including bonuses, the average, annual compensation for staff at this level was over $130,000.

The Anxiety Center is part of the Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle (EBTCS), a nationally recognized specialty clinic in the heart of downtown Seattle. EBTCS is home to four specialty clinics, including the DBT Center, the Anxiety Center, the Child Anxiety Center, and the Eating Disorders Center. We have a compassionate, supportive work environment that prioritizes inclusivity as well as personal and professional growth. EBTCS strongly values diversity and is committed to building and maintaining an anti-racist culture through monthly meetings, presentations, and readings.