Phillips, Don, MSTOM

Donald Phillips is currently serving as Assistant to the Dean of Graduate Studies and as faculty in clinic at PCOM San Diego. Donald became licensed in March 2003, and maintains a small private practice in San Diego. He recently earned a M.Ed. in Instructional Design from Western Governors University, and holds a MSTOM from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, a BFA from Oklahoma State University and certificates in therapeutic massage, NLP, and Theta Healing®.

Donald has been a part of the faculty at PCOM since 2005 where he supervises in both the onsite campus clinic and several offsite clinics. Offsite clinics that he supervises include the Pacific Beach Free Clinic and the Downtown Free Clinic ran concurrently with UCSD Student Run Free Clinics; the Integrative Health Nights ran concurrently with Bastyr University Naturopathic medicine students and health professionals from the community; and the Seniors clinic in downtown San Diego.

Donald’s interest in Chinese medicine began during massage school in a survey of Asian massage modalities course where he learned holistic view of medicine. As one of his specialties, Donald emphasizes Channel Theory in the clinic experience, and has an interest in psychology and how it contributes to disease or health.

Donald Phillips is currently serving as Assistant to the Dean of Graduate Studies and as faculty in clinic at PCOM San Diego. Donald became licensed in March 2003, and maintains a small private practice in San Diego. He recently earned a M.Ed. in Instructional Design from Western Governors University, and holds a MSTOM from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, a BFA from Oklahoma State University and certificates in therapeutic massage, NLP, and Theta Healing®.

Donald has been a part of the faculty at PCOM since 2005 where he supervises in both the onsite campus clinic and several offsite clinics. Offsite clinics that he supervises include the Pacific Beach Free Clinic and the Downtown Free Clinic ran concurrently with UCSD Student Run Free Clinics; the Integrative Health Nights ran concurrently with Bastyr University Naturopathic medicine students and health professionals from the community; and the Seniors clinic in downtown San Diego.

Donald’s interest in Chinese medicine began during massage school in a survey of Asian massage modalities course where he learned holistic view of medicine. As one of his specialties, Donald emphasizes Channel Theory in the clinic experience, and has an interest in psychology and how it contributes to disease or health.

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