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Comte Legrand Laureline
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Hello everyoneI'm a french nurse and massage therapist as well. I do Reflexology, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, REIKI, Meditation ... I help people to manage stress.In that purpuse I use a method which…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Pueppi Texas Feb 18.

 

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Pueppi Texas replied to Comte Legrand Laureline's discussion French therapist
"Question:  Washington, DC or Washington state?In case you don't see this for a bit, I'll list the links of all here: Washington State Department of Health - Nursing…"
Feb 18
Comte Legrand Laureline replied to Comte Legrand Laureline's discussion French therapist
"Thanks for all those precious informations. Actually in France i'm working as therapist in Traditionnal chinese Medecine and in therapy that improuve the link between the mind and the body. I've get some informations from the French and US…"
Feb 18
Pueppi Texas replied to Comte Legrand Laureline's discussion French therapist
"Allen, your post woke up my brain. So, I'm adding a few tidbits.  :)My husband immigrated to the USA and became a naturalized citizen, so I can attest to the law being complicated and the process being difficult.  We did not use an…"
Feb 18
Allen replied to Comte Legrand Laureline's discussion French therapist
"I don't know about the licensing requirements for nursing. I'm clueless as well. As I think about her situation... There is a big demand for nurses in the US. Seems to me the easiest thing would be to come over on a immigrant visa based on…"
Feb 18
Pueppi Texas replied to Comte Legrand Laureline's discussion French therapist
"Will she need to take the Colorado State nursing exam?  Or, would that be a national exam to bring her paperwork up to snuff with what the state needs?  Do you happen to know?"
Feb 17
Allen replied to Comte Legrand Laureline's discussion French therapist
"I should add that if you are registered as a nurse, in CO at least, you can practice massage without a separate MT license so ling as it is in the scope of your respective practice."
Feb 17
Allen replied to Comte Legrand Laureline's discussion French therapist
"Pueppi Texas is right. You need to consider the state you will be living in, as each state has similar, but different requirements for licensing. There are only three states that currently do not require a license, Wyoming, Minnesota and…"
Feb 17
Pueppi Texas replied to Comte Legrand Laureline's discussion French therapist
"Do you know where in the USA you will reside?  That would help you to find out what the state requirements are.  Each state will vary on what the requirements will be for you to practice."
Feb 17
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French therapist

Hello everyoneI'm a french nurse and massage therapist as well. I do Reflexology, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, REIKI, Meditation ... I help people to manage stress.In that purpuse I use a method which help the body trought the care of the mind. I also teach my method in France.My husband and I plan to come to live and work in the USA. But I don't know how I can practice my work. In France i'm "auto entrepreneur" ( like LLC). But I don't know how it works in USA.Do I need specific deploma or…See More
Jan 30
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Jan 29

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What is your website?
www.un-instant-autrement.com
In what year did you enter the profession?
2016
Which modalities do you practice?
Swedish Massage, Reflexology, Reiki, Abdominal Massage, Myofascial Release, Therapeutic Massage, Acupressure, Lymph Drainage, Energy Work, Somatic Practitioners

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