Brooks Oglesby Junk (PMHNP | ARNP | RN)

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Focus Area: Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Licensed in: Idaho, Oregon, Washington

I am a strong client advocate. I encourage a team approach with clients as fellow human beings and the most important member of the team.

About Me

Brooks Oglesby-Junk has over 30 years of experience in a variety of mental health treatment settings. She is dual ANCC Board certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and an Adult Nurse Practitioner. She served as Captain and flight nurse in the US Air Force and is a Desert Storm veteran. Her passion is in treating clients with respect and practicing active listening. She has considerable expertise in the treatment of PTSD, other anxiety disorders and treatment resistant depression and is well qualified in the treatment of all psychiatric conditions. Her goal for each client is to provide the tools they need to reach their highest level of wellness.


Medical University of South Carolina '83 BS
Medical University of South Carolina '01 MSN


Art, Music, Traveling, Reading, Nature

Therapeutic Expertise

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner


ADHD, Adjustment Disorder, Agoraphobia, Anxiety, Bipolar, Cyclothymic Disorder, Depression, Dysthymic Disorder, Grief, Panic Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Postpartum Depression, Stress Management, Survivors Of Suicide, Trauma


Black, Indigenous, And People Of Color (BIPOC), Latino Community, Military And Veterans Issues



Insurances accepted by Brooks Oglesby Junk

Blue Cross Of Idaho Managed Health Network (MHN) Moda Health Noridian Medicare Premera Blue Cross Regence BlueCross BlueShield Sana Benefits SelectHealth St Luke's Health Partners

We’re in-network with most major providers. Covered members pay an average co-pay of $30.


Affordable and accessible

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