Mary Nunchuck, Board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, has provided psychiatric evaluation and therapeutic care since beginning her career more than three decades ago. After graduating from Purdue University in 1971, Mary Nunchuck went on to continue her studies at the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in Des Moines, Iowa, where she received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree in 1975. Dr. Nunchuck is now one of nine psychiatrists at the Milwaukee-based Psychiatric Consultants and Therapists (PC&T), where she delivers psychiatric evaluation and medication management to patients. PC&T is designated as Marquette University’s psychiatric care provider, and Dr. Nunchuck herself specializes in treating students and affiliates of the University for attention deficit disorder. She also works with clinic patients at the Aalto Enhancement Center in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where she earned the Rising Star award for giving high-quality care to residents at Kenosha’s Claridge House Nursing Home. Mary Nunchuck also provides psychiatric and addiction-management care at the Racine Community Health Center, which helps low-income patients cope with mental illness or chemical dependencies. With the guidance of Dr. Nunchuck and the Center’s nurse practitioner, the Center has eliminated the long-term use of addictive tranquilizers previously used at the clinic.Dr. Nunchuck is an active member of her local Eastern Orthodox Church, where she teaches Sunday school to high school students and manages the church’s bookstore. This year, her parish honored her as their Mother of the Year. In 2010, Mary Nunchuck completed the Saint Stephen’s Course in Applied Orthodox Theology through the Antiochian Orthodox Church.