Help & Support after Lockdown | Therapy & Training | Long COVID Therapy Institute | Harley Street W1
After the successful results of her pioneering and flagship Clinical trials and research on Long COVID, the first of its kind worldwide, Rebecca has recently launched the Long Covid Therapy Institute© in Harley Street London W1.
Working with Long COVID sufferers, and now training and teaching other therapists in the treatment and therapy of Long COVID, Rebecca has developed a revolutionary treatment programme for therapists and Long COVID sufferers.
At the forefront of research and development, Long Covid Therapy© is the very first therapy of its kind worldwide, helping sufferers of Long COVID around the world. Developed by Rebecca Jones, Rebecca is now working to train and certify other therapists and medical professionals in these methods and in the treatment of Long COVID.
The Long Covid Therapy Institute© is now the pioneering establishment in the treatment of Long COVID and in the training of therapists and medical professionals to help and treat Long COVID patients and sufferers using a unique blend including Coaching, Therapy, and Clinical Hypnotherapy.
The Long Covid Therapy Institute© is the first of its kind in the UK, and the first of its kind worldwide.
Training courses are now taking place in Harley Street, London, and on Deansgate, Manchester, UK.
Please email Rebecca to find out more: email@example.com
Please read Rebecca's articles on her clinical trials, research, and the incredible results, as well as more about Long Covid Therapy© and the Long Covid Therapy Institute© here on the Life Coach Directory and on the Hypnotherapy Directory website.
What to do if you, or someone you know, is suffering from Long COVID:
1. Read Rebecca's previous articles on Long COVID to find out how to help yourself and others. Do your research. The NHS have many resources out there to help you.
2. Take your time. Be kind to yourself. Long COVID can be extremely debilitating. Remember it won't last forever. You won't always feel like this. The storm will pass. And tomorrow is a new day. Help is available. We are here to help.
3. Contact a well-trained and qualified practitioner to help you. Help is available. Please don't suffer in silence.
What to do if you are a therapist, healthcare, or medical practitioner:
1. Read Rebecca's previous articles on Long COVID to find out how to help yourself and others.
2. Get the right training. People put a lot of trust in us as therapists. With the right training and experience we can help people through these difficult times.
New techniques and therapeutic methods are now available to help patients and sufferers of Long COVID.
3. Find the right training. If you would like to train at the Long COVID Therapy Institute with Rebecca Jones, then please contact Rebecca today.
Rebecca Jones M.A.DipPCH GHSCGHR MAC is a Coach/Therapist with a thriving practice in Harley St London & a clinic in Manchester. She is a trusted, valued member of Paul McKenna's & Dr Bandler's trainer team. After her flagship trials & research she now runs the Long Covid Institute & works with clients Worldwide. Her new book is published this year.
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