Tony Rajiv Juneja

Tony Rajiv Juneja, M.D., M.S., is triple board-certified in Adult Psychiatry, Addiction Medicine, and Integrative Medicine. Prior to entering medical school, he underwent graduate training in Neurosciences at Northwestern University. He completed his psychiatric training in New York City at St. Luke’s–Roosevelt Hospital Center, a Columbia University Hospital, where he was Chief Resident in his final year. He has also completed a training in psychoanalysis at New York University/Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, and a two-year program at William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, & Psychology in New York in the area of organizational and system dynamics. He is on the Council on Education for the NJ Psychiatric Association. At the age of six, Dr. Raj moved to the United States from India with his family and began what he later recognized to be a journey of transition and transformation. His initial desire to become a doctor mainly stemmed from cultural and familial pressures to “do the right thing.” Only much later when he completed his medical degree did he begin looking for real understanding of self. He says, “I realized that self-worth is something we’re born with, and a sense of self-worth can never come from the outside; it must be found within.”