Dr. Sehgal is a Harvard-trained, board certified psychiatrist who provides psychotherapy and medication management to children, adolescents and adults.  She completed her general adult psychiatry residency at The Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School, where she  served as a chief resident in cultural psychiatry and also completed a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry.   She is a graduate of The University of Michigan College of Engineering and The University of Toledo College of Medicine. Prior to medical school, she joined Teach for America and taught high school mathematics in Washington, DC and completed a Master’s in Arts in Teaching from American University.

Her academic interests include socio-cultural psychiatry, working with schools and teaching medical students, residents and fellows. Dr. Sehgal has presented at national meetings including the American Psychiatric Association, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training annual meetings. She has published on topics ranging from race-related stress, Asian-American mental health and teaching cultural psychiatry.  

She is the recipient of the Gold Foundation's Leonard Tow Humanism Award from The University of Toledo College of Medicine, was awarded a Child PRITE Fellowship by the American College of Psychiatrists and was the recipient of the 2018 AADPRT George Ginsberg Award for her contributions in education and teaching. She also serves as affiliated faculty of The Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Cross-Cultural Student Emotional Wellness

Dr. Sehgal is an attending psychiatrist at the Revere Outpatient Child Psychiatry Department and Asian Mental Health Team at The Cambridge Health Alliance.