Dr. Stacer is a licensed clinical psychologist and the Integrated Behavioral Health Director. She received her doctorate from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2010 where she engaged in addictions research and received training in evidence-based psychotherapy interventions. Dr. Stacer went on to complete a clinical internship in the Department of Psychiatry located within the School of Medicine and Public Health at University of Wisconsin, Madison. Inspired by the intersection of psychology and medicine, she pursued advanced training in the area of clinical health psychology by completing a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics and Access Community Health Centers. It was during this fellowship that Dr. Stacer became an enthusiastic proponent of the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) model, which is ultimately what brought her to the Coos Bay area.
Since moving to the Oregon Coast in 2014, Dr. Stacer has implemented an integrated behavioral health model at the NBMC Coos Bay clinic. She remains passionate about accessible behavioral healthcare, particularly in rural areas. More recently, she presented her work at the 2016 Oregon Rural Health Conference, and has given local presentations in the areas of chronic pain and primary care behavioral health.
In her free time, Dr. Stacer enjoys hiking, SUPing, gardening, and exploring new places and new foods with her husband and daughter.