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Caroline Borden + Calm Down Stack - The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co.
Caroline Borden + Calm Down Stack - The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co.
Caroline Borden + Calm Down Stack - The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co.
Caroline Borden + Calm Down Stack - The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co.
Caroline Borden + Calm Down Stack - The Non-Ordinary Therapy Co.

    Caroline Borden + Calm Down Stack

    $55.00

    🍄 Integration + Support

    Caroline has been a therapist for over 20 years. She is a trauma informed clinician and has worked in a variety of settings, including mental health clinics, adult care settings, brain injury clinics, and hospice. She has worked with individuals from all walks of life. She offers a non-judgemental approach to therapy and uses an integration of various treatment modalities suited to you. Together we will explore how to reduce your emotional distress, increase your sense of self, and address existential questions.

    Accepts: Aetna, Cigna, Oscar Health, Oxford, United Health Care, Blue Cross, Blue Shield

    Designation: LCSW-R

     Our customized stack to increase your attention, focus, clarity, and calm. 30 day supply.

    Better Brain Nootropic Increase your neuroplasticity to improve learning, memory, and clarity. Combines a number of powerful amino acids such as Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE Bitartrate), L-Glutamine, L-Tyrosine, and GABA, which enhance neuroactivity with plant extracts such as Bacopa that alter neurochemistry to improve focus, learning, and intelligence.

    Lions Mane Nootropic Lions Mane Mushroom to stimulate brain neuron growth & sense of wellbeing. It has been well-studied for its medical use in countries such as China, India, Japan, and Korea. Only recently has Lions Mane made its way into the Western world as a supplement to improve focus and act as a holistic energy source for the body. Nootropics found in Lions Mane, such as hericenones and erinacines, are said to have neuroprotective effects and stimulate the growth of neurons in the brain.

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