Recovery Without Walls acknowledges the evolving landscape of mental health care and the increasing demand for comprehensive and integrative treatment approaches.

Led by Director of Integrative Mental Health Inna Zelikman, PMH-NP, our dedicated team stays abreast of breakthroughs, effective techniques, and emerging findings. We recognize the importance of continuously evolving our approach to best serve our clients.

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Our Philosophy


Creating Wholeness by Bridging Mind, Body, and Spirit:

At Recovery Without Walls, we believe healthcare extends beyond transient symptom relief. Our approach centers on cultivating a profound sense of connection, guiding patients toward enhanced wellness and wholeness. Rooted in bridging the gap between the body, mind, and spirit, our philosophy acknowledges their interconnectedness in comprehending overall health and well-being.


Personalized, Innovative Treatments Administered by Caring Practitioners:

Our practice's philosophy revolves around delivering personalized and innovative treatments through the expertise of our healthcare practitioners. We tailor our approach to each individual, recognizing that every patient is unique and may require a customized solution. By staying at the forefront of medical advancements and continuously exploring new avenues of treatment, we strive to offer innovative and effective treatment options. Our team is dedicated to delivering the highest standards of quality, excellence and compassion in healthcare.


Optimal Prescription Strategies:

While acknowledging the role of conventional medications in treatment, we steer clients away from prolonged ineffective psychopharmacology or excessive irrational polypharmacy toward personalized prescription approaches. Our emphasis lies in tailored protocols and regimens, prioritizing effective pharmacological choices that avoid fostering dependency. Additionally, we integrate nutritional solutions and promote sustainable lifestyle decisions to facilitate brain healing and restore optimal functioning, respecting each client's unique needs and goals.

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Integrative Psychiatry

Integrative Psychiatry is a holistic approach to mental health care that combines traditional psychiatric treatments with complementary and alternative therapies. This approach considers the interconnectedness of biological, psychological, social, and spiritual factors in understanding and treating mental health conditions. Integrative psychiatrists often incorporate various modalities such as psychotherapy, medication management, nutritional interventions, lifestyle changes, mindfulness practices, and other complementary therapies to address the individual needs of patients and promote overall well-being.

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Comprehensive Assessment

Thorough evaluation encompasses multiple dimensions: a detailed personal history, challenges in life circumstances, and an assessment of the individual's ecosystem. This includes examining intricate social relationships, cultural influences, home and work environments, including family dynamics.

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Medication Optimization

Medication optimization involves assisting patients in moving away from ineffective medication regimen to a more effective pharmacological choices, including tapering off of SSRIs, high-dose antipsychotics and offering alternative choices to stimulant medications.

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Functional Laboratory Analysis

Functional testing in our practice includes a comprehensive analysis aimed at evaluating gastrointestinal function through stool analysis, hormone imbalance by measuring hormone levels and vitamin deficiencies, recognizing the profound impact these can have on mental health and overall well-being. We also search for indicators of inflammation, as well as assess MTHFR status. This information allows us to develop treatment plans that is tailored to each individual's specific needs.

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Nutritional Approaches

Holistic nutrition focuses on the whole person, taking into account mental health, diet, and lifestyle factors. Our supplement regimen is specifically designed to properly support each individual's physical and mental well-bring by enhancing healing process and restoring function.

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Integrative Psychotherapy

Whether drawing from traditional psychotherapeutic techniques, incorporating somatic and experiential therapies, or exploring the potential of psychedelic-assisted treatments, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the most effective and compassionate care available.

Our multidisciplinary team collaborates closely to assess the latest research, evaluate therapeutic outcomes, and refine our methodologies accordingly. By staying informed and adaptable, we strive to empower our clients on their journey toward healing, growth, and lasting well-being.

Our Therapeutic Offerings:

Interpersonal Therapy

Interpersonal therapy (IPT) focuses on resolving interpersonal issues and improving communication and relationship skills. IPT aims to improve the client's social support network, enhance their ability to form and maintain healthy relationships, and ultimately alleviate symptoms of depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues.

Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychodynamic therapy is a form of depth psychology that focuses on exploring the unconscious processes and unresolved conflicts that contribute to a person's emotional and psychological distress. The ultimate goal of psychodynamic therapy is to help resolve underlying conflicts, gain insight into unconscious processes, and develop healthier ways of coping with life's challenges.

Somatic Therapy

Somatic therapy, also known as body-centered therapy, is an approach to psychotherapy that focuses on the connection between the mind and body in addressing emotional and psychological issues. Through this process, clients can gain insight into the underlying causes of their emotional difficulties, release stored tension or trauma held in the body, and develop healthier ways of regulating their emotions and responses to stress.

Internal Family Systems

Internal Family Systems (IFS) is founded on the principle that each individual possesses a system of protective and wounded inner parts, all guided by a core perception of self. It posits that we are composed of multiple parts or sub-personalities, many of which we may not fully recognize. As an evidence-based psychotherapy, IFS aids in healing by accessing and addressing these protective and wounded inner parts and is a highly effective tool, especially when combined with KAP or other forms of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.

Innate Somatic Intelligence™ Trauma Therapy (ISITTA)

ISITTA is an integrative, relational, and somatic approach to trauma healing. Rooted in Hakomi Therapy techniques, ISITTA incorporates a polyvagal trauma-informed perspective, emphasizing the somatic, relational, and clinical skills necessary for trauma transformation.By establishing connection with the soma, we tap into the innate healing intelligence present within each individual.

Couples Therapy

Couples therapy can address a wide range of relationship issues, including recurring conflicts and feelings of disconnection, while working to improve communication and strengthen relationships.

Family Therapy

A type of psychotherapy that helps family members better understand each other, support one another and work through difficult situations. This approach considers the interconnected dynamics among family members, drawing from family systems theory, attachment theory, cognitive-behavioral techniques and communication strategies.


Ecopsychology presents a healing paradigm that perceives the human mind and body within the context of nature and the intricate tapestry of existence. It provides a philosophical framework for delving into the profound bond between humans and their environment, scrutinizing its impact on our welfare and guiding us in understanding how nature shapes our emotions, identity, and general well-being. Therapists may incorporate outdoor activities like walks or hikes into treatment to enhance one's affinity with the natural world. This approach recognizes a mutual reciprocity between the natural rhythms of our world and a harmonious psyche.

Conditions We Treat

Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)

Adrenal Fatigue

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Bipolar Disorder and Other Mood Disorders

Fibromyalgia (FMS)

Disordered Eating

Anxiety Disroders

Dual Diagnosis

Eating Disorders

Treatment-Resistant Depression

Thyroid Issues

Neuroendocrine Imbalance

Complex and Developmental Trauma

Sleep Disorders

Menopause, Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, and Hormonal Imbalance

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)

Clients We Work With

People who continue to struggle with emotional imbalances, even after being prescribed various psychiatric medications

Those interested in a hands-on treatment style

Clients seeking alternative pharmacological and experiential treatments

Clients interested in a more holistic approach to wellness

People who have tried everything but can’t seem to get results

People who are seeking KAP to address unprocessed trauma

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