Kristine Honda, ND
Dr. Honda supervises naturopathic medicine shifts at Bastyr Center for Natural Health and is the supervisor of Bastyr Center’s external clinic at Mary’s Place in downtown Seattle, where she supervises students in a clinical setting seeing homeless and low-income women. Dr. Honda also works in private practice in Shoreline and is an adjunct faculty member in Bastyr University's homeopathy department.
Dr. Honda's particular interests include the use of homeopathy and Bach flower essences to help patients achieve a state of greater health and ease, but are not limited to these modalities. She is comfortable utilizing an integrative medicine approach when necessary. Dr. Honda's interests are diabetes, fibromyalgia, hypertension, eczema, insomnia, food allergies, and determining specific nutritional deficiencies.
Dr. Honda is a naturopathic physician who enjoys working with patients to help them achieve better health and greater ease in their lives. She strives to use compassion and understanding in her interactions with patients and creates treatment plans that are specifically designed for each person's needs.
Dr. Honda feels that health care should be available to all. From volunteering with The UCLA School of Nursing on Skid Row in Los Angeles in the mid 1990s to coordinating the weekly health care shift at Tent City 3, Dr Honda has long enjoyed working with homeless and low-income populations.
Education & Affiliations
Dr. Honda received her Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in 2009 and her Bachelor of Science Microbiology from University of California Davis in 2000.