Mental Health Retreat in Thailand

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The Dawn offers a mental health retreat in Thailand to help clients overcome a variety of psychological issues. Located in the beautiful city of Chiang Mai, The Dawn is a peaceful haven where you can work on mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing. We recognise that each person has their own requirements, which is why we create a personalised treatment, care and guidance plan.

What is a mental health retreat?

The Dawn’s mental health retreat centre offers comprehensive and holistic treatment options to help our clients recover and heal in a quiet and peaceful sanctuary. While many of our clients choose our centre to overcome alcohol addiction and drug addiction, we also offer a standalone mental health retreat in Thailand to help those with mental health issues. Providing the full spectrum of traditional and alternative therapies, The Dawn’s residential wellness centre makes a perfect getaway holiday for people recovering from mental health problems.

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Which mental health issues are addressed?

The Dawn prides ourselves on our unique approach to mental wellness, and we provide a safe platform for our clients to address these issues.

Executive burnout

Executive burnout or job burnout, describes a particular form of job stress, such as mental, emotional or physical exhaustion that are often coupled with doubts of one’s value and competence. It can be a result of numerous factors, such as wrong job choice or work/life imbalance. Prolonged burnout can have detrimental effects on the quality of one’s life.

Sleep disorder

Sleep disorder describes a medical disorder of a person’s sleep patterns. There are over 70 varying types of sleep disorders, though they are usually grouped into three categories: excessive sleep, disturbed sleep and lack of sleep. Sleep disorders become serious when they get in the way of one’s normal mental, emotional, physical and social functioning.

Depression

Many of us feel sad or down at some point, but these feelings pass. Depression occurs when feelings of worthlessness, sadness and lack of enthusiasm for activities that a person used to enjoy do not go away. It is a complex mind and body illness that is one of the leading mental disorders to date.

Anxiety

Feelings of anxious are common once in a while, especially before important or stressful events. Anxiety as a disorder, on the other hand, can cause so much distress that it gets in the way of daily life. Those with anxiety feel constantly worried and fearful, to an overwhelming degree that can be restricting.

Mood disorder

Mood disorders cover a wide variety of mood related issues, such as bipolar disorder, and describes a dynamic shift in mood that can be caused by genetic, biological and psychological factors. Symptoms of mood disorder can be physical and emotional, and include suicidal tendencies, lack of enthusiasm in previously enjoyable activities.

Trauma/PTSD

Trauma or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health issue that is triggered when something out of the ordinary occurs and you are experiencing an overwhelming, traumatic event such as a car accident, childhood neglect, or sexual abuse etc. It can occur as a result of either witnessing or experiencing such events.

Which treatment methods are used as The Dawn’s retreats?

To achieve positive change in the long-term, The Dawn reinforces positive behaviour development and addresses underlying negative behaviours. When it comes to mental health issues, we also use the following tools in addition to our standard method to help our clients develop a better understanding of their bodies and gain insight into their thoughts.

 

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) – This technique helps our clients identify their negative thought patterns and behaviours and learn habits and skills that are healthier and more beneficial.

 

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)  – This form of therapy is an updated version of traditional cognitive behavioural therapy and includes beneficial psychological strategies like mindfulness meditation and mindfulness.

Why should you choose The Dawn?

There are many benefits to joining The Dawn’s mental health retreat in Thailand. To begin with, we offer private accommodation in a world-class, riverside-setting facilities, which offers our clients an ideal environment to recuperate and restore themselves. Our licensed team of professionals are experienced in handling mental health issues and we even provide online aftercare support at no additional cost. Aside from a highly-personalised treatment plan, we also offer weekly excursions and complimentary therapies such as massage, acupuncture and reiki.

Contact us

Joining our mental health retreat can be the key to helping you understand your mental health issue and turn into it something manageable. Do not wait any longer; the life you want to lead is closer than you think. Contact us today to find out what options are available to you.