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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing — EMDR Therapist, Doctorate in Toxicology, Toxicologist

Healing Psychological Trauma – From Surviving to Thriving with EMDR Online

With personal experience of surviving and recovering from chronic pain and illness and a PhD in medical science and toxicology, an HBSc degree in Neuroscience, and professional training in EMDR therapy, Hypnotherapy, Meditation and Mindfulness, and Yoga, Vivian Kulaga, PhD, is passionate about solutions for pain, trauma, and stress.

“You can heal from the pain and blocks created by the past. You can be happy, free, and fulfilled.”, Vivian Kulaga, PhD.

Vivian teaches Self-EMDR online and provides Online EMDR therapy, wellness consulting, and hypnosis for people with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), past or present psychological trauma, environmental and complex illnesses, anxiety, depression, and chronic pain conditions.

Clients seek out Vivian’s services because of her unique personal history and background medical knowledge in these conditions. She is also an instructor of self-healing techniques and host to the new medical podcast series, Coffee with Scientists.

Vivian Kulaga, PhD, is an expert in the mind and body connection, and a specialist in recovery from psychological trauma.

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Viv’s Story

“At the age of 27, I contracted a rare parasite from the Amazonian rain forest… beginning of a world of pain… chronic migraine, irritable bowel syndrome, food allergies and sensitivities … chronic pain and arthritis… drastic weight loss, chronic fatigue, … multiple chemical sensitivities… incapacitated and physically disabled… …I found a way out… overcame my pain and took my life back… (Click to read full story)



MCS and Hypnosis

Can hypnosis be used in the treatment of Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS)? By Vivian Kulaga, PhD MCS, also known as chemical hypersensitivity, is an acquired illness where a person becomes extremely sensitive to very small concentrations of chemicals in their everyday environment. People with MCS can be sensitive to a variety of chemical substances but some of the most common are fragrances (even from shampoos or laundry detergent), cigarette smoke …Read More

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