Board-certified psychiatrist, TeeJay Tripp, DO, is applauded as one of the best psychiatrists in the Phoenix area. As a founder of Serenity Mental Health Centers, he serves as the medical director in Gilbert, Arizona, overseeing a world-class team of psychiatrists, mental health professionals, and management staff. He treats patients with dignity, respect, and encouragement.
Dr. Tripp received his medical degree from the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine - Midwestern University in Glendale. He then finished his residency in general psychiatry at Maricopa Integrated Health System (now Valleywise Health Medical Center) in Phoenix, Arizona, where he also completed a fellowship for child and adolescent psychiatry. Dr. Tripp is a board-certified psychiatrist and a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist with the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
At Serenity Mental Health Centers, Dr. Tripp’s vision and mission involve helping more people get access to high-quality, affordable mental health treatment in a supportive and judgment-free environment.
Staying highly focused on finding solutions rather than just treating symptoms, Dr. Tripp specializes in transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy. This FDA-approved, drug-free treatment for mental health has become a beacon of hope for those struggling with drug-resistant major depressive disorder and other conditions.
He also offers a full range of the most advanced services and treatment options for depression, anxiety, and many other conditions. They include comprehensive psychiatric evaluations, diagnostic testing for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)/attention deficit disorder (ADD), and traditional psychiatric medication management.
Dr. Tripp leads the team at Serenity Mental Health Centers, staying up-to-date on the most advanced uses of TMS therapy, ketamine treatment, and other outpatient mental health treatment options.
His goal is to help patients feel welcome at Serenity Mental Health Centers and achieve the best possible outcomes while taking back their lives from mental illness.