Burnout Recovery Programme

Effective and Affordable Burnout Recovery
at The Dawn’s Retreat

It is common to feel stressed or tired at times, but constant stress that causes feelings of disillusion, helplessness and exhaustion could indicate burnout. When a person is burned out, every problem seems undefeatable, everything appears miserable and it is difficult to find the energy to care about anything, which makes it that much harder to make positive changes on their own. Burnout can become a threat to one’s job, health and relationships due to the detachment and unhappiness that it causes. However, burnout recovery is possible and can restore balance and reintroduce positivity.

What is burnout?

Burnout is a state of mental, physical and emotional exhaustion that is caused by prolonged and excessive stress that can happen to anyone, especially those high-functioning professionals who constantly operate under stressful situations. It happens when a person feels emotionally drained, overwhelmed and incapable of meeting endless demands. As stress keeps getting worse, they start to lack the motivation and interest that is essential to continue working. Burnout lowers productivity and drains a person’s energy, which can make them more cynical, resentful, helpless and hopeless. Ultimately, they will feel as though they have nothing left to give.

Frustrated businessman may need a burnout recovery

What are the signs of burnout?

The process of burnout occurs gradually. At first, burnout symptoms and signs are subtle but they continue to worsen with time. Early symptoms of burnout are warnings that something is not right and needs to be fixed. If these signs are ignored, then the person will finally burn out.  Behavioural signs of burnout include:

 

  • Abandoning responsibilities
  • Social isolation
  • Procrastination or taking longer to complete tasks
  • Coping with food, alcohol or drugs
  • Letting out frustrations on other people
  • Not caring about work schedules by skipping, arriving late or leaving early

What are the effects of adrenal burnout?

Burnout can have many negative effects on a person’s life. They usually become more irritable and let it out on their friends, family or loved ones. They no longer enjoy social activities, or life in general, which can cause relationship problems. They may also become so tired that it turns into exhaustion, which leads to health problems such as headaches, ulcers, high blood pressure and heart attacks, as well as mental health issues such as clinical depression.

Burnout can have many negative effects on a person’s life. They usually become more irritable and let it out on their friends, family or loved ones. They no longer enjoy social activities, or life in general, which can cause relationship problems. They may also become so tired that it turns into exhaustion, which leads to health problems such as headaches, ulcers, high blood pressure and heart attacks, as well as mental health issues such as clinical depression.

How is burnout treated?

Burnout can be treated through a personalised treatment programme that is created to help people overcome its harmful effects and give them the tools that they need to cope with stress in the future. The Dawn Addiction Rehab and Wellness Centre offers an effective treatment method that can help people come to terms with the changes that they need to restore balance in their lives. People who have self-medicated with drugs, alcohol, or other addictive behaviours can also get the help that they need. We address the root cause of your problems in a therapeutic way by using key components such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT).

massage therapy for burnout recovery

Executive burnout recovery programme at The Dawn Rehab Thailand

Here at The Dawn Medical Rehab and Wellness Centre we understand the needs of individuals experiencing burnout. We offer a unique residential programme that provides effective cutting edge evidence-based treatment in a beautiful, peaceful five star setting in our luxury villas.

The programme is delivered by our highly qualified and licensed team of professional therapists from all over the world. We offer a 28 day programme that includes a varied and flexible schedule with regular one-on-one and group psychotherapy sessions as well as:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Programme  
  • Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE)
  • Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Trans Cranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
  • 24 hour medical coverage from our in-house medical team
  • Regular access to or psychiatrist
  • Meditation with Buddhist monks
  • Yoga and fitness activities with a personal trainer
  • Somatic experiencing
  • Spa and massage therapy
  • Delicious and healthy meals
  • Excursions t0 experience the beauty of Northern Thailand

The programme also includes the development of individual recovery plan, drawn up together with a counsellor. The plan includes detailed measures to ensure the maintenance of healthy habits after treatment and to prevent clients falling back into your old burnout patterns.

What are the benefits of burnout recovery at The Dawn’s retreat in Thailand?

The Dawn’s beautiful riverside facilities offer a peaceful haven that is ideal for physical, spiritual and mental healing. In terms of recovering from burnout, special attention is given to the wellness aspect of our programme, which includes CBT, MBCT and other complementary holistic therapies. We provide a mixture of Eastern and Western methods to ensure that our clients get all the tools that they need to lead a happy and healthier life.

We offer a complete lifestyle transformation through our highly-personalised and intensive treatment that is tailor-made to suit each individual’s specific needs. Our team of licensed professionals are available every step of the way, and we provide an impressive 1:1 staff to client ratio.

Why should EAP providers consider burnout recovery?

EAP providers should provide burnout recovery to help their employees regain physical and emotional balance, and avoid further psychological and physical symptoms, such as anger, anxiety, depression, emotional displays, lack of concentration and low energy levels, to name a few. Additionally, burnout often leads to associated conditions like chronic depression, alcohol addiction and drug abuse. Burnout recovery can help employees avoid these issues and return to work feeling refreshed and invigorated, with a healthier state of mind.

Contact us today

Burnout should be taken seriously and it is vital to get help as soon as possible. Contact us today to receive a no obligations assessment and find out how we can help you overcome your addiction. You can also call us on one of our toll-free numbers listed on our Contact Us page.