Anisha Gulati

Anisha Gulati, MD
Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Gulati graduated with Honors in Psychology from The University of Florida, received her Medical degree from The University of South Alabama School of Medicine, completed a clinical postdoctoral research fellowship at Boston University School of Medicine, and completed her Psychiatry residency training at The University of North Carolina. She is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is a member of the American Psychiatric Association and the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry.

Her areas of specialty include mood disorders, psychotic disorders, crisis stabilization, geriatric mental health, addiction, and trauma. Dr. Gulati has a plethora of inpatient and outpatient experience working with children and adults and in 2018 was awarded the Charleston Choice Award for Best Psychiatrist in Charleston.
Dr. Gulati sincerely enjoys getting to know each of her patients as an individual and is a proponent of personalized integrative medicine. Dr. Gulati is also dedicated to increasing access to mental healthcare through innovation and education.


Nabil Karroum, MD
Medical Director of Adolescents

Dr. Karroum did his General Psychiatry at Bergen Pines Hospital in New Jersey. He continued his training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Florida. He worked as the Medical Director at West County Mental Health Clinic, which is now part of Jerome Golden Mental Health Clinic. He then went into private practice, during which he was a consultant for various agencies such as Drug Abuse Foundation, Drug Farm and the Salvation Army. He worked for the Watershed Drug Treatment Facility, Foundcare, Multilingual Psychotherapy Center and Gulfstream Goodwill prior to joining Coral Shores Behavioral Health. He has extended experience in treating a variety of emotional and substance abuse disorders in adults, children and adolescents. He is board certified in psychiatry and addiction medicine. He is also fluent in Spanish and Arabic.


Efrain Acosta-Leon, MD