Welcome to Deep Eddy!

About Our Employment Opportunities

Join Our Team! Overview of DEP Employment Opportunities

Deep Eddy Psychotherapy is focused on community, teamwork, training, and growth, supporting each other to provide top depth-oriented, emotion-focused psychotherapy.  Our team is a nurturing, kind group of people who value excellence in the care we provide each other and our clients.  Now hiring LPCs, LPC-As, LCSWs, LMSWs, LMFTs, LMFT-Is, PhD, and PsyD psychologists and postdoctoral fellows. 

Postdoctoral Fellowship

Our Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship strives to help our team members become the best versions of themselves – personally and professionally – as they promote the wellbeing of our fellow Texans through outstanding service.  We accept applicants for Training Emphases in Pediatrics, Assessment, Group, Couples, and Generalist positions.  We review applications year round, and you can start when you’d like OR join the fellowship cohort in the fall.

Psychology Internship

Deep Eddy Psychotherapy has an internship program!   If you are in your final year of doctoral studies and need an internship in Texas, we’d love to hear from you.  

Practicum (Internship)

Deep Eddy Psychotherapy has a practicum program!  We take cohorts each year in the fall for the fall and spring semesters.  Check out the page below to learn more.


Minding the Heart

Minding the Heart is a weekly 14-session training group led by Dr. Tori Olds and Dr. Syndor Sikes, focusing on topics such as mindfulness and interpersonal neurobiology, trauma work, attunement training, working with defenses and emotion, tracking the body, attachment in couples work, and relinquishing shame.

CEU Feedback

Deep Eddy Psychotherapy is fully committed to conducting all activities in strict conformance with the American Psychological Association’s Ethical Principles of Psychologists. Deep Eddy Psychotherapy will comply with all legal and ethical responsibilities to be non-discriminatory in promotional activities, program content, and in the treatment of program participants.