Author Archives: yuliya

Free mental health and stress support During Covid 19

As in Integrative Therapist primarily focused on emotional distress, PTSD and self sabotage I’m volunteering my services during the Covid 19 crisis for Canadian frontline health workers including NGO staff, nurses, EMTs and police.  These sessions utilize my extensive training and experience in the use of Emotional Freedom Techniques (also known as EFT, Tapping or [Read more…]

Real hope for a painless recovery from phobias

Having an uncontrollable fear of public speaking, flying, heights, claustrophobia, dogs and a vast range of other phobias are surprisingly common. When the trigger can easily be avoided, the impact is minimal. In many cases, however, phobias can cause serious harm to quality of life, relationships and careers. In my years of practice, I’ve seen many clients free themselves from [Read more…]

Show this if your Dr. argues about supplements

This article may be reprinted free of charge provided 1) that there is clear attribution to the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, and 2) that both the OMNS free subscription link and also the OMNS archive link are included. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, January 5, 2017 No Deaths from Supplements. No [Read more…]

New study on Vitamin C and cancer indicates at least one powerful mechanism of action

There has long been controversy over Dr. Linus Pauling’s work indicating extremely safe high doses of intravenous vitamin C often killed cancer cells and saved lives.   Other researchers in follow up studies used oral vitamin C not intravenous.  When these different protocols failed to show the same effect, it was concluded Dr Pauling was wrong and [Read more…]

Preserving happiness at the end of Daylight Savings Time

Many psychiatrists and others have noticed there seems to be an increase in depression once daylight savings time ends.  Danish researchers decided to collaborate with researchers from Stamford to see if this perception is truly accurate. Using a database of 185,419 people diagnosed with depression between 1995 and 2012, they compared rates of diagnosis before and [Read more…]

Patient advocacy and support groups. Who do they work for?

Ever wondered why Integrative Medicine research never seems to be available through these groups?  An important paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine entitled “Conflicts of Interest for Patient-Advocacy Organizations” reports that 83% of larger patient advocacy groups have financial ties to drug and medical device makers.  In many cases industry reps actually sit on [Read more…]

EFT (Energy psychology) and destructive relationship attachment styles.

Somewhere in this world might be a child who had perfect parents and unbelievably good luck. Always nurtured, never feeling insecure or threatened. The other 99.9999% of us haven’t been so lucky. The degree to which we are unlucky can have profound effects and cause a constant cycle of failed relationships and self-sabotage. But there [Read more…]