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UNDERSTANDING & HEALING LONG COVID

Get Better Results By Adding Functional Nutrition Tools to Your Work

The most frightening thing about Long COVID is how little medical science knows about it.

Fortunately this is beginning to change. Even while there’s still no lab test that can document it and diagnosis is clinical, a range of investigators and researchers have identified several different metabolic dynamics underpinning the syndrome. This is allowing cutting-edge clinicians to begin to treat it successfully.

But for those who aren’t aware of this work and wondering what to do about their fatigue, inability to concentrate, insomnia, extreme anxiety and fatigue … and why their regular docs can’t help them … the situation can be terrifying indeed.

We’ll review the latest research into the metabolic dynamics underpinning Long COVID 1,2,3 and examine the functional medicine nutrient-based interventions that appear to be working.4,5,6,7

Steering patients toward reputable sources of online information about Long COVID saves you precious time and helps them gain a sense of greater agency over the situation … invaluable for addressing the anxiety and depression so common in Long COVID patients.

Long COVID appears to be a pleiomorphic syndrome … it appears to have different causes in different people and presents with an incredibly broad range of idiosyncratic symptoms. Chronic, persistent, low-grade infections, autoimmune dynamics, viral debris clogging arteries and kidneys … all these and more combine to make Long COVID an extraordinary clinical challenge.

Yet because we’re already trained to think in terms of interacting systems we’re better prepared than conventional docs to treat it effectively. Adding a functional nutrition lens and toolkit to your clinical skills positions you to help patients that make MDs throw up their hands.

Live Recorded Webinar

3 NCCAOM PDA points

$69

  • Recorded March 3, 2022
  • Enrollees will be awarded their hours/credits/points upon successful completion of a short quiz and, if NCCAOM PDAs are requested, a brief worksheet.
  • Learn about the researchers investigating Long COVID and what they’re finding.
  • Vetted online resources to which you can refer your clients.
  • Understanding pleiotropy: a concept key to addressing chronic illness
  • How Long COVID contributes to anxiety & depression, and what we can all do about it.

Live Recorded Webinar

3 NCCAOM PDA points

$69

  • Recorded March 4, 2022
  • Enrollees will be awarded their hours/credits/points upon successful completion of a short quiz and, if NCCAOM PDAs are requested, a brief worksheet.
  • Learn about the researchers investigating Long COVID and what they’re finding.
  • Vetted online resources to which you can refer your clients.
  • Understanding pleiotropy: a concept key to addressing chronic illness
  • How Long COVID contributes to anxiety & depression, and what we can all do about it.

This Course Focuses On:

  • current understandings of Long COVID: four overlapping pathological issues
  • functional nutrition approaches to addressing all four issues
  • resources for professional and patient education
  • patient centered-care vs treating disease

Goals & Objectives:

Students who complete this course successfully will:

  • Be able to name and accurately describe four metabolic pathways creating Long COVID symptoms,
  • Be able to accurate describe functional nutrition approaches addressing each one,
  • Name three publicly available resources to which they can refer patients for education purposes and offer a critique of at least one of them.

Join Us by enrolling in this lively, 3-hour webinar.

Duane Law, L.Ac. has taught acupuncturists since the 1980s and has been a provider of continuing education for mental health professionals in California since 2000.

Duane is among the earliest acupuncturists licensed in the US. His clinical focus has been mental health issues and otherwise non-responsive medical challenges since 1982, with an emphasis on food awareness, nutrition and client education as interventions.

The Understanding Long COVID Anxiety & Depression course meets the qualifications for 3 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences and 3 PDA points as required by NCCAOM.

Normally there are no refunds issued to enrollees after the course begins or once course materials are viewed or downloaded, except if you’re really annoyed for some reason get in touch and we’ll work things out to your satisfaction. The same applies to anyone with a grievance.

If you need special accommodations for any reason please let us know at the time of your enrollment in the course by sending me a message, texting or calling me at (310) 498-2777.

Course certificates for live course attendees will be provided by email within 48 hours at the end of the seminar. Asynchronous attendees viewing the webinar recording will be asked to pass a short quiz; the passing rate will be 70% correct and certificates for these students will be provided by email within 48 hours of completing the quiz. Asynchronous attendees seeking NCCAOM PDAs will also need to complete a worksheet.

Duane Law, L.Ac. (CAMFT 102132) is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs; and by NCCAOM (Provider #9140.)

Duane Law, L.Ac. maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.