Dr. Saheli attended medical school at TUMS and completed her post graduate trainings at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and New York medical collage where she served as a delegate at the Committee of Interns and Residents. She started her postgraduate 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 . She decided to pursue Integrative wellness approach so that She can improve her patients' physical and mental health and help them restore wellness into their lives. Dr Saheli is passionate about integrative collaborative medicine , behavioral addictions including food addiction related obesity and firmly believe 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.
She is excited to play a role in advancing the revolution we are seeing in neuropsychiatry wellness especially with regards to TMS and development of new treatment modalities.She is committed to providing thoughtful and individualized treatment to those she serves. Her hobbies are hiking , dancing, volunteering in fundraising events for charities and schools.
Andrew Kuiken, PA-C, is a certified physician assistant with over a decade of experience treating complex neurological conditions. PA Kuiken stays up-to-date with recent research, ensuring his patients a rapid return to the quality of life they are seeking. He is committed to ensuring his patients have a detailed evaluation and prides himself on exploring the best holistic and medication management options available that best suit each unique patient. PA Kuiken works to ensure each patient has a treatment plan that is individually tailored to their needs. His interests include treating anxiety, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, and ADHD.
I completed my BA in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. I then finished my MD at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine in Scranton, PA. For my residency training, I completed an internship in internal medicine at Georgetown MedStar Franklin Square Hospital in Baltimore, MD. I then completed a second year of residency training in Neurology at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center and Memorial Sloan Kettering. Finally, I finished a residency in Psychiatry at Boston University Medical Center. I am board certified by American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Anna is an individual, couples, and family clinician. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in New Jersey, Florida, and New York. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in New York. Anna works with patients utilizing a person-centered approach in order to help clients heal and process trauma, make important career decisions, add new coping skills, and work through life’s frustrations. She has nearly a decade of experience working with various ages and in different settings. She enjoys working with individuals and couples struggling in relationships, sexual/physical/emotional trauma history, and adolescents and young adults enduring life transitions. Anna graduated from Mercer University School of Medicine with her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Also, she graduated from Wesleyan College with a BA in Psychology and Neuroscience. Anna has worked in a variety of modalities such as ACT, DBT, Gottman Method, and task simplification and routine (neurodivergent friendly). She believes that therapy is a dynamic partnership and that therapy should be the choice of the client. There is no determination for how long sessions should be. As someone that struggles with mental health and has overcome multiple life obstacles, being your coach and guide would be her pleasure