Gezel Saheli

Gezel Saheli, MD


Psychiatry, Integrative Medicine, Obesity Medicine, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Internal Medicine, Ketamine Treatment

Gezel Saheli, MD

Psychiatrist, Integrative Medicine Specialist

Dr. Gezel Saheli’s medical journey began at TUMS, followed by postgraduate training at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and New York Medical College, where she represented the Committee of Interns and Residents. During her training in Internal Medicine, she discovered her passion for counseling anxious patients and fostering effective patient-centered communication.

Dr. Saheli practices with an Integrative wellness approach, aiming to enhance her patients’ physical and mental health. She’s dedicated to integrative collaborative medicine and addressing behavioral addictions, such as food addiction-related obesity, through strong patient-physician relationships. She’s enthusiastic about advancing neuropsychiatry wellness, particularly in TMS and new treatment modalities, and is committed to providing thoughtful and individualized care to her patients.

Certificates and Licenses

Certified life coach institute certificate 2022
Obesity medicine association certificate 2021
American Board of Aesthetic Medicine Step 1 training certificate 2020
Medical License in NJ, NY, PA, VA, FL, MD, NH, HI-AZ
DEA Registration in NJ, NY, PA

More Information About Dr. Saheli

Education Background

– Doctor of Medicine Tehran University of Medical Sciences 9/1998-09/2006, Tehran, Iran

Post-graduate Training

– St. Michael’s Medical Center Internal Medicine PGY 1 Resident:2015- 2016

– White Memorial Medical Center Internal Medicine PGY2 Resident:2016- 2017

– Rutgers New Jersey Medical School Psychiatry PGY 2-PGY 4 Resident:2017-2020

Medical Work Experience

– Private Practice in Integrative Medicine/Obesity Medicine/Addiction Medicine: 2020- Present

– Bespoke Treatment and TMS Brains Health, Medical director: 2020-2022

– innovaTel, Psychiatrist: 2020-present

– Quartet Health, Psychiatrist: 2020-present

Publications and Presentations


Ahmadinejad, Z., Bagherian, H., Atarord, L., Soodbakhsh, A., & Saheli, G. (2011). Lymphocyte subsets, immunoglobulin levels, complement activity CH50, and phagocytic peroxide production in 19 Iranian patients with first episode of bacterial meningitis. Journal of Microbiology, Immunology and Infection, 44(2), 83-87.


Ways to Increase Residents’ Scholarly Activities. Poster presentation, 2019 APA Annual Meeting
Psychosis and Behavioral Disturbances as First Symptoms in the Setting of Brain Disorders. Poster presentation, 2020 APA Annual Meeting
Olanzapine for the Treatment of Binge Eating/Purging Type Anorexia Nervosa in the Inpatient Setting: A Case Study. Poster presentation, 2020 APA Annual Meeting
Mood Disorder Management in Illoanal Anastomosis Surgery. Poster presentation, 2020 APA Annual Meeting
Psychiatry in Medical Weight Loss. Grands Rounds Presentation at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, 2020


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