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Dr. Jacquie Damgaard is the Executive Director for ExecuCare Addiction Recovery Center. She brings to ExecuCare twenty years of experience as a PhD psychologist working with addiction and eighteen years of experience as a Strategic Coach, working with C-level executives, professionals and entertainment celebrities. She is the co-founder of Coaching Solutions International, Inc.

Dr. Damgaard co-founded Coaching Solutions International, Inc. in 1998 to work with individuals, families, professionals, small businesses, and corporations to achieve peak performance in any life area. "My personal mission in life is to live and help others live an extraordinary life. 

ExecuCare ARC, located in Norcross, Georgia, offers a revolutionary, science- based approach to freedom from addiction without the use of drugs to get off of drugs. ExecuCare administers an all-natural, nutrition-assisted detox called NTR Brain Restoration that utilizes a special formula of amino acids, vitamins, minerals and co-factors, which are administered intravenously and orally over a 10-day period by a registered nurse, under a doctor’s orders. NTR Brain Restoration brings the brain’s neurotransmitter levels back into balance, turns back on down-graded neurotransmitter sites, calms the nervous system, speeds up the healing process, eliminates cravings and minimizes withdrawal symptoms, all of which better prepare an individual for the next steps in permanent recovery. ExecuCare ARC offers NTR Brain Restoration as the detox step in recovery, followed by an intensive coaching program (www.execucarearc.com). NTR has also been shown to be effective in addressing Chronic Stress, Burnout and Post- traumatic Stress.

 

 

 

 

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