Anisha Gulati, M.D., M.B.A, is a Board Certified Psychiatrist with expertise in integrative psychiatry. She has a plethora of inpatient and outpatient experience working with children and adults and takes special interest in women's mental health. She is well versed in the evaluation and management of psychiatric disorders specific to women's health and the female life cycle, including perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, other mental disturbances occurring in relation to pregnancy and postpartum, breastfeeding, menses, preconception, infertility, contraception, and perimenopause. Dr. Gulati is passionate about integrating Western medicine, Eastern wisdom and holistic approaches to help people live fuller and happier lives.
Dr. Gulati graduated with Honors in Psychology from The University of Florida, received her M.D. from University of South Alabama School of Medicine, completed a clinical postdoctoral research fellowship at Boston University School of Medicine, and received her Psychiatry residency training at University of North Carolina Hospitals, Chapel Hill. She is Board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. In 2023, Dr. Gulati completed a Masters of Business Administration in Healthcare Leadership & Management from The University of Texas, Dallas graduating with distinction. Dr. Gulati is currently completing a fellowship in Reproductive & Integrative Psychiatry. She is also involved as an investigator in clinical trials at Neurobehavioral Hospitals of the Palm Beaches.
Dr. Gulati sincerely enjoys getting to know each of her patients as an individual. She feels that it is a privilege to get to listen to her patients' stories and speak into their lives. Dr. Gulati is dedicated to increasing access to mental healthcare through innovation and education.
Womens Mental Health (mental health disorders related to various aspects of the female reproductive cycle such as pregnancy, the postpartum period, PMS, and menopause)
Substance use disorders (including management of substance use disorders in pregnancy)
Weight Loss (including Semgalutide injections)
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Functional Lab Testing