Dr. Lichenstein is a licensed, board certified naturopathic physician specializing in Mind-Body Medicine with expertise in the following areas of clinical practice: counseling, biofeedback, meditation and mindfulness training, breath work, yoga and somatic movement education, homeopathy, energetic bodywork, craniosacral therapy, ortho-bionomy, and end of life care.

Dr. Lichtenstein has been in private practice in Seattle, Washington since 1995 as a wellness facilitator and serves as a core faculty member at Bastyr University with the Counseling and Health Psychology Department, teaching courses for the Naturopathic Medicine, Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and Health Psychology degree programs. Dr. Lichtenstein serves as an Attending Physician of the Immune Wellness Clinic at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health and has a strong clinical and teaching focus on developing psycho-emotional-spiritual health while dealing with chronic and life-challenging illnesses. Dr. Lichtenstein was the former Director of Mind-Body Medicine at the Bastyr Integrative Oncology Research Center until September 2011. He is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the International Association of Yoga Therapists. Dr. Lichtenstein is an ACE certified Personal Trainer as well as being both a certified YogaFit and Thai Massage therapist.

Past experience includes developing and managing the Personal Growth/BodyMind Medicine Department at WELLSPACe, an integrative medicine practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts from 2006-2007, serving as a Grant Review Panelist at the National Center for Complementary Medicine at the National Institute of Health from 2003-2007, serving as a panel consultant for "Provider Perceptions of CAM Research: A National Survey" sponsored by the Department of Clinical Bioethics of the National Institutes of Health at Harvard University Medical School in 2006, reviewing and evaluating medical literature of complementary and allopathic treatments in HIV and AIDS Research from 1994-2002, where he authored a quarterly column (Ask Dr. Brad) and wrote articles on topics of Complementary Medicine and HIV Care.

Dr. Lichtenstein has written many publications, including articles in Unified Energetics, STEP Perspective, Let's Live and Caregivers quarterly. Dr. Lichtenstein has presented at the California Naturopathic Doctors Association Conference on the Science and Poetry of the Breath. He has also presented nationally on naturopathic medical approaches to HIV/AIDs treatment, naturopathic medical approaches to primary care, and naturopathic medical approaches to hepatitis treatment.

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