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Selma Holden

Dr. Holden is a family medicine physician who has additional training in integrative medicine modalities including yoga (RYT200+), herbal medicines, and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine.  She completed her residency training at Maine Dartmouth's Family Medicine Program in Augusta, where her care focused on helping opioid-dependent mothers through pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood.  She's worked in integrative medicine clinics in Maine and Massachusetts and completed Harvard Medical School's Integrative Medicine Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship.  At UNECOM, she teaches Osteopathic Clinical Knowledge & Skills, and the Healer’s Art for the first and second year students.  Her clinical service is through a private practice in the greater Portland area. Her current research focuses on the therapeutic potential of prenatal yoga to improve an expecting mother's wellness and mobility as well as medication assisted psychotherapy.

Education

MD

Case Western Reserve University

2008

MPH - Clinical Effectiveness

Harvard School of Public Health

2015

MS - Biomedical Engineering

Tufts University

2001

Fellowship

Integrative Medicine Post-doctoral Research Fellowship

Harvard Medical School

Boston

Massachusetts

Residency

Maine Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency

Augusta

Maine

Clinical Affiliations

Clinic Name

Good Medicine Collective

Portland

Maine

Expertise

Family Medicine

Integrative Medicine

Maternal Child Health

Behavioral Health and Wellness

Selma Holden

Selma Holden

,

M.D., M.P.H., M.S.

Assistant Clinical Professor, Family Medicine

Program Director - Northern New England Clinical Champions Grant

Biddeford Campus

Decary Hall
39

(207) 602-2468

On Campus