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J T Junig, MD PhD  
Male, 54
Fond du Lac, WI

Specialties: Psychiatry, Anesthesiology, addictions

Interests: Psychodynamics, psychiatrist, wisconsin psychiatrist
Fond du Lac Psychiatry
920-923-9054
Fond du Lac, WI
Medical Practice
Fond du Lac Psychiatry
I have significant issues with the way that psychiatry has become, where patients are rushed through 7-minute med checks and hardly have time to state their most pressing symptoms. I see at most two patients per hour-- without exception. New patients are seen for at least 60 minutes. I have found that most patients appreciate being 'understood' by their psychiatrist, and that having a supportive relationship alone results in a number of benefits. I want my patients to know that we have a relationship that will last for years, and that I will be there for the times when help is needed. I treat patients of all ages and psychiatric conditions. I use medication, psychotherapy, or both, depending on the patient's needs and interests and after a discussion about the different options between myself and the patient. My ideal patient is a person who is seeking more than a rush from one medication to the next, who wants to understand why he/she is feeling the need for help, and who wants to be part of the treatment plan.
Phone: 920-923-9054
Fax: 920-322-9193
Hours: varies
Open for new patients
Education
BS, Biology, Psychology, Carroll CollegeUndergraduate, 1978 - 1982
MS- Neuroscience, Center for Brain Research, University of RochesterGraduate, 1982 - 1984
PhD- Neuroscience, Center for Brain Research, University of RochesterGraduate, 1982 - 1986
MD with Honor, Medicine, University of RochesterGraduate, 1982 - 1988
Medical Training
Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY - Internship - 1988 - 1989
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania - Residency - 1989 - 1992
Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals - Residency - 2003 - 2006
Board Certification
1993: American Board of Anesthesiology
2008: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Appointments
Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Psychiatrist, University of Wisconsin Student Health Service, Oshkosh, WI
Web Sites and Blogs
My Private Practice: Fond du Lac Psychiatry

My homepage for information about opioid dependence and buprenorphine: Addiction Remission

Blog about Suboxone:Suboxone Talk Zone

Other opiate treatment options, or wondering if it is time to stop Suboxone:Sober After Suboxone

My Psychiatry Blog: Patient Times

Psychiatry Board Preparation:Shrink Boards

More Board Preparation: Audio Psychiatry

Information about the growing field of telepsychiatry: Tele-Psychiatry

Forum about Suboxone and recovery-- for those who have made up their minds!: Suboxone Forum

I am a contributor to Medpedia: Medpedia
Publications/CV
For a complete list of my publications, visit this link

My CV can be viewed at this link

Some examples of my writing can be read by visiting this link
Teaching Positions
Weekly radio show 'About Psychiatry', taking calls and e-mails from listeners and discussing new findings in the fields of Psychiatry and Neuroscience. Podcasts can be found here

I teach medical students and residents at the Medical College of Wisconsin
Relevant Experiences
Worked for over two years as a psychiatrist for the State of Wisconsin Dept of Corrections, at TCI, a maximum-security prison for women, and OSCI, a medium-security prison for men.

Medical Director, Nova Counseling Services, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 2006-2009
About Me
'Me in a nutshell' can be read HERE.

The more complicated view of me can be found HERE.

My treatment philosophy is best described HERE.
Honors and Awards
I do considerably better with academic subjects and scientific understanding than I do with social affairs and friendships-- something I've come to understand and accept over the years, and that I'm neither proud nor ashamed of. I attended grad and medical school as part of the highly-competitive Medical Scientist Training Program. I received the awards for top performance in Anatomy and in Physiology in Medical school; at graduation I was elected by my class to receive the award 'for promise as an outstanding medical educator'. I was (and still am) am member of Alpha Omega Alpha, the medical honor society. Some of the awards are listed on my CV linked above. I am particularly proud of the National teaching award that I received this year (2011) from the American Psychiatry Association, after being nominated by the Medical College of Wisconsin. I was chosen from a group of psychiatrists nominated by other medical schools from across the country, and I was humbled, and grateful, to receive the award.
Forums
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