Dr. Tun is a Board Certified Adult Psychiatrist specializing in treatment-resistant depression and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). He has a wealth of experience treating mood disorders and helping patients find recovery.
After treating over 500 patients in two San Francisco TMS Health Solutions locations, Dr. Tun is now the lead physician in the Costa Mesa clinic. In addition to patient treatment, he is passionate about raising awareness in the community on the benefits of TMS therapy and its role in treating multiple psychiatric illnesses including major depression, generalized anxiety, OCD, and PTSD.
A longtime advocate of holistic and integrative care, Dr. Tun prefers a multi-dimensional approach in which he encourages his patients to make use of not one but multiple treatment options available to them, including TMS, medications, psychotherapy, nutrition, exercise, and relaxation methods such as meditation and yoga. He also believes in individualized care and seeks to tailor each treatment plan to every patient’s own unique history, beliefs, genetics, and body chemistry. After adequate improvement of symptoms, Dr. Tun prioritizes relapse-prevention, to ensure his patients remain in recovery and maintain a full and enriching life.
When he’s not at the clinic, Dr. Tun enjoys traveling with his wife and spending time with family. His hobbies include playing the guitar, attending concerts, hiking, and playing tennis.
Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry
Dr. Tun earned his Bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences from UC Berkeley and his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He then completed his Psychiatry Residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. He has experience treating patients in emergency room settings, inpatient units, outpatient clinics, and by way of consultations and tele-psychiatry. He also has special experience with relationship counseling and couples therapy.
Dr. Tun is a proponent of both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Psychodynamic/Psychoanalytic Therapy, contending that there are beneficial uses to both techniques. He is also a supporter of a number of other therapeutic modalities including but not limited to DBT, IPT, EMDR, ERP, and MBCT.