Dr. Saheli attended medical school at TUMS and completed her post-graduate training at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and New York Medical College where she served as a delegate at the Committee of Interns and Residents. She started her post-graduate journey in internal medicine where counseling anxious patients and effective patient-centered individualized communication turned out to be the most rewarding part of her training. As such, she decided to pursue an integrative wellness approach in order to improve her patients’ physical and mental health and help them restore wellness into their lives. Dr. Saheli is passionate about integrative collaborative medicine and treating behavioral addictions and believes that through a strong, transparent, and collaborative patient-physician alliance it is possible to relieve the debilitating burden of psychosomatic diseases and achieve a healthy state of mind. Education is another strong interest and she has presented to physicians, medical students, parents, teachers and others and has been recognized for her teaching skills. Dr. Saheli also believes in importance of mental health awareness among adolescents and young adults and advocates for those groups in school district meetings. She has also been working as a medical director and played a key role in advancing the revolution we are seeing in neuropsychiatric wellness. Dr. Saheli is committed to providing thoughtful and individualized treatment to those she serves.