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Dr. Jung

Eunie Jung, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor and Program Director of the APA-accredited Clinical Psychology PsyD Program on the Sacramento Campus. She received her doctorate in 2007 from the University of California at Los Angeles and completed her internship and post-doctoral training at the San Francisco VA Medical Center. After licensure, Dr. Jung spent much of her clinical career in the VA Health Care System utilizing evidence-based psychotherapies, with a specialization in the treatment of PTSD and other trauma disorders. During her over 10 years in the VA system, Dr. Jung worked in a variety of settings ranging from the PTSD clinic and Primary Care- Mental Health Integration, to the Epilepsy Center of Excellence and Community Based Outpatient Clinics. While at the VA, Dr. Jung also was VA National MI Trainer and Mentor.

In addition to her expertise in evidence-based psychotherapies, Dr. Jung has focused much of her career on teaching and training in multicultural and diversity issues. She served as the Diversity Chair at the San Francisco, Durham, and Sacramento VA Medical Centers, and currently teaches the Cultural Diversity Trainings course series on the Sacramento campus. 

Dr. Jung’s research interests include psychotherapy process and outcomes, diversity and multicultural issues, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and anxiety and trauma disorders.

Professional Interests

Anxiety and trauma disorders; Multicultural and diversity issues; Third Wave therapies; Treatment process and outcomes; Psychodynamic psychotherapy; Integrated Care

Education and Certifications


Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles



Master of Arts in Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles



Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude, University of California, Berkeley

Intro to Psychotherapy
Theories of Personality and Psychotherapy
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
Third wave therapies
Integrated care
Trauma disorders
Cultural diversity training
Preparing for Practicum
Short-Term Psychotherapies
Practicum group supervision
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Scholarship and Contributions to the Field

2021 Fordwood, S.R. and Jung, E. (2021, May 21). How Parents Can Support Teens with the Changing Challenges of COVID. Stanford University.….


2021 Liang, Y., Kawahara, D., Jung, E. (2021, May 24). Stop AAPI Hate: Invisibility, Racism, and Paths Forward. Alliant International University.


2018 Yoon (Eunie) Jung, David K. Chen, Kim D. Bullock, Scott Ries, Hamada
Hamid, W. Curt LaFrance. Training in Treatment of Psychogenic Non-
Epileptic Seizures in Treatment Considerations in Psychogenic Non-
Epileptic Seizures. (pp. 344-357). Eds. W. Curt LaFrance, Jr, Steven C.
Schachter. Cambridge University Press


2013 Maxwell, S., Jung, E., and O’Dell, N. Fostering Resilience Through Mindfulness in PTSD Clinical Practice with Veterans. Presentation at International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.


2003 Weisz, J.R., & Jung, E. (2004). Individual and group psychotherapies for children and adolescents. In H. Remschmidt, M. Belfer, & I. Goodyer (Eds.), Facilitating pathways: Care, treatment, and prevention in child and adolescent mental health (pp. 140-163). Berlin: Springer.


2001 Eisendrath, S., Lichtmacher, J., Haller, E., Taylor, D., Jung, Y. (2001, May). A Disease Model of Depression. Presentation at the Annual American Psychiatric Association.


2000 Bunge, S.A., Matsumoto, A., Desmond, J.E., Glover, G.H., & Gabrieli, J.D.E., Jung, Y. The Neural Basis of Interference Resolution: Manipulations of Interference and Working Memory Load in the Item Recognition Paradigm, Rotman Institute Conference on The Frontal Lobes, abstract in Brain and Cognition.