Dr. Tanmeet Sethi is a member of the CMBM Faculty and Supervision Team. She is deeply involved in national training programs as a faculty facilitator and speaker, including the Mind Body Medicine and Food as Medicine programs. She is also certified in Mind-Body Medicine.
Dr. Sethi is an integrative family physician, author, and TEDx speaker dedicated to caring for Seattle’s refugee and uninsured populations. She has been Core Faculty in residency medical education for the last two decades focusing on inpatient and outpatient family medicine, integrative medicine, and anti-racism in medicine. She is certified in Functional Medicine, Psychedelic Medicine, and fellowship trained in Integrative Medicine. Dr. Sethi founded and directed an Integrative Medicine fellowship at Swedish Hospital Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency in Seattle, WA. She is now practicing Integrative Medicine and Psychedelic Medicine, and is also on a primary research team at the University of Washington studying psilocybin for COVID burnout of frontline medical workers.
Dr. Sethi earned her BA from Northwestern University and MD from Rush Medical College. Her first book, Joy Is My Justice, will be published in May 2023. Dr. Sethi lives on unceded Salish and Duwamish territories, otherwise known as Seattle, with her husband and three children. She is passionate about gardening, cooking, traveling, and dancing.