Center for Interventional Psychiatry and Neurotherapeutics (CIPN)

Call 520-874-7500 for an appointment.

Read about how we've adapted care for our patients in response to COVID-19.

Our Vision: Healing psychiatric illness with novel mechanism therapeutics.

Brian Bayze, MD, Program Lead, CIPN

The Center for Interventional Psychiatry and Neurotherapeutics (CIPN) provides evidence-based, innovative, and patient-centered consultation, diagnostic services, and treatment for difficult-to-treat psychiatric illness. CIPN is a community leader in the study of patients with treatment-resistant conditions and the novel therapeutics targeting these diseases, with a particular focus on depression and other mood disorders.

Our multidisciplinary team works collaboratively with patients and their referring healthcare providers to clarify diagnoses and offer treatment recommendations. If a neurostimulation or novel mechanism antidepressant is indicated, we can provide Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT), repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS), and intranasal esketamine (SPRAVATO®).

All patients must have their own psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner.

Please find details on the treatments provided at the CIPN here.

 

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Banner–University Medicine Behavioral Health Clinic
2800 E. Ajo Way, Ste. 3300, Tucson, AZ 85713
(520) 874-7500