Sabine Thomas ND, LMP
Dr. Sabine Thomas graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a Bachelor of Art degree in Socio-medical Sciences and a minor in Romance Languages.
An alumna of Bastyr University’s School of Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Thomas completed a Post-Doctorate Teaching Fellowship.
Dr. Thomas continues to serve as a Clinical Adjunct Faculty member for the Bastyr Center for Natural Health as well as an Adjunct Facutly member for the School of Naturopathic Medicine. She teaches courses focusing of Naturopathic Community Medicine ranging from clinical theory, cross-cultural communication in health care to health disparities, cultural competency, medicine in global context, public health and dermatology in color.
Furthermore, she consulted for various organizations including the Foundations of Naturopathic Medicine Project- The Emunctory System, the United States Department of Health and Humans Services, Region X as well as the Jardin Botanique des Cayes, in Haiti. She enjoys furthering her knowledge of Pan-African Traditional Medicine, languages and Ballroom dancing.
Dr. Thomas has also been awarded a National Institute of Health/ National Center for Complementary And Alternative Medicine(NIH/NCCAM) grant to research the role of Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Community Health.
IN THE PRESS
Dr. Thomas is a recognized expert in her field, and has been featured in numerous media publications. Here are some recent mentions:
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