Bradley T. Wajda, D.O.
Doctor Of Osteopathic Medicine
Hello, I'm Dr.
Bradley Wajda - also known as "Dr. Brad'. I often joke with my patients
that I'm “practicing hoping to someday get it right”. During my 30 years of “practicing”
in the Central Valley, I have amassed extensive experience in adult and child
psychiatry as well as comprehensive substance abuse treatment. I have served in
many local inpatient and outpatient positions, including that of corporate
Medical Director for Kings View Corporation and Medical Director for the Kings
View Substance Abuse Treatment Program of Tulare County.
Esano Corporation represents my most recent endeavor to enhance the scope of mental health services available to the general public through a range of treatment options that are personalized to the needs of each individual. These options include Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Suboxone therapy, Vivitrol therapy, and Seromycin-assisted psychotherapy.
I received my B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Oklahoma with graduate work in radiation physics, and was awarded the degree of Doctor of Osteopathy from the Oklahoma College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1987. I completed my internship and residency in General Psychiatry at the UCSF-Fresno Medical Education Program in 1991.
I am board-certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Physician Specialists. I am also a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Medicine, a Life Fellow of the American College of Forensic Examiners, and a buprenorphine-certified physician with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Additionally, I have served as a member of the oral and written psychiatric certification examination committees for the American Academy of Physician Specialists, and am a member of the Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of California. I have authored numerous mental health articles in local and national periodicals, such as: Central California Life Magazine and the American Journal of Clinical Medicine. Teaching medical students is a very rewarding (and frequent) part of my life. I spent 2.5 years contributing weekly on the local NBC affiliate, was featured on In Focus Television segment hosted by Martin Sheen.
In addition to services in California, I now offer services in my new office in Grove, Oklahoma.
Chief Executive Officer
Karen Maroot brings a long and diverse history of community outreach experience to her role as the CEO of Esano Corporation. Her passion for helping those in need has found a place in Esano within the under-served field of mental healthcare and substance abuse treatment. Karen is the Certified TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) Administrator for Esano Corporation.
Her previous work includes extensive marketing, international business development, and communications experience. She served in international sales and marketing at Duncan Enterprises for fourteen years, served as the Events Manager for the largest Alzheimer's Association Chapter in the nation, and was the Executive Director for Tree Fresno. In her capacity as the Executive Director for Tree Fresno, she developed grants with the Fresno County Office of Education for a special educational center serving at-risk youth and children with special needs- among other achievements.
She served on the advisory board of PATH (Performing Above the High), an initiative by the California Health Collaborative geared toward educating youth about marijuana use.
Karen graduated from California State University, Fresno earning a B.S. in Business Administration with an emphasis in International Business and a Minor in Spanish. After completing her degree, Karen spent a significant time abroad where she honed her fluent Spanish skills and learned conversational Farsi. Karen also spent many years as an on-air personality for Radio Romantico & KVPR. She also co-hosted a weekly program with Dr. Wajda on Power Talk Radio, a live call in program that addressed the Mental Health issues facing our community.