A Note from Thomas

About This Free Live Stream

To celebrate our new “Understanding and Managing Long COVID Patterns: A Holistic Approach” course, I'm thrilled to invite you to a special live stream on Long Covid!

 I’m especially excited about this live stream because it’ll feature a unique conversation with my friend jim mcdonald. jim's ability to think beyond conventional limits brings a fresh perspective to any conversation, and I can't wait for you to experience it.

I hope to see you there!  Just enroll via this page, and we'll send you a link to join the live stream shortly before it starts.

This is a photo of me and jim from a class we taught together this summer.  

Want to submit a Long Covid question for Jim to ask me live?

Do you have burning questions about Long Covid, or specific aspects of the condition you're curious about? This is your chance to have them addressed - jim will be incorporating your questions into our discussion! 

Just submit your question here and let us know what you’d like for jim to ask Thomas about Long Covid. He’ll be asking as many questions as he can live during the webinar!

About Thomas' New Course

Understanding and Managing Long Covid Patterns: A Holistic Approach

What most post viral illnesses have in common is immune dysfunction, with varied presentations ranging from mild immune suppression to chronic inflammatory processes to full blown autoimmune disorders. In the last 22 years of clinical practice I've worked with a wide variety of post viral illnesses.

When I first encountered Long Covid, a lot of what I saw made sense. As an herbalist, working with folks who need immune balancing and support in recovering from the traumatic experience of suddenly developing a chronic illness is a regular occurrence.

However, there were some peculiarities about Long Covid that I hadn't seen with other post viral illnesses.

The reality is, Long Covid is complicated. It took me a long time to figure it out, and an even longer time to understand how to teach about it. This course makes working with LC easier by establishing clear patterns of dysfunction with interventions targeted at the specific pattern pathophysiology.