Dr. Jason Friday is the founder of Redemption Psychiatry, a Board-Certified Psychiatrist, a Board-Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, and Certified TMS Provider, who specializes in treating families and children with emotional and behavioral problems. He is dedicated to treating Arizonans and completed his higher education from start to finish in Arizona. He received his Bachelor of Science (B.S.) at Arizona State University and Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) at University of Arizona in Tucson. Dr. Friday completed Psychiatry residency training at Maricopa Integrated Health Systems (MIHS), and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship training at MIHS. In addition, he specializes in caring for LDS patients and is sensitive to the needs of patients of all faiths.
Dr. Teejay Tripp is Outpatient Medical Director at Redemption Psychiatry. He is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist, a Board-Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, and Certified TMS Provider. He received his medical degree from Midwestern University, Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Tripp completed Psychiatry residency training at Maricopa Integrated Health Systems (MIHS), and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship training at MIHS. He specializes in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry with particular interest in developmental disorders and cultural influences on mental health. He has expertise in faith based treatment including LDS families.
Dr. Richard Burton is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist and Certified TMS Provider. He has a special interest in therapy and integrating emotional processing with medication to achieve improved mental health. He graduated from Brigham Young University in chemical engineering and worked for several years as a propellant engineer. He obtained his medical degree from Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California and completed residency at Maricopa Integrated Health Systems, including a tenure as chief resident. Prior to Redemption Psychiatry, he worked for several years treating people deemed severely mentally ill (SMI).