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Set the Stage for Life Change

You may be in the midst of a casual conversation, feel like you said something wrong, and fill with dread at the conclusion that everyone now hates you. You may feel completely paralysed, unable to speak and unable to stop crying for no apparent reason. You may feel like your stomach is incessantly tying itself in knots.  You may go through your day feeling like you’re constantly having a nervous breakdown, all the while trying to function normally and hope no one notices.

This is anxiety.

Living with anxiety can make each day feel like a harrowing experience. But the good news is, The Dawn Thailand anxiety retreat is here to help. We house an expert clinical team that’s on the cutting edge of mental health treatment for a variety of disorders including severe and chronic anxiety. And, our peaceful, tropical location is the perfect place to take a break from your daily stresses and regain a sense of mental clarity and calm.

Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety Disorder

When you have anxiety, you might experience the following mental symptoms:

  • Inability to relax
  • A constant sense of fear
  • Nervousness and tension
  • Perceiving the world around you as moving abnormally quickly or slowly
  • Feeling like something bad will happen if you stop thinking about the future
  • Thinking people are angry at you
  • Replaying bad interactions in your head over and over
  • Feeling disconnected from yourself (depersonalisation)
  • Feeling disconnected from the world (derealisation)

Anxiety also manifests as physical symptoms:

  • Stomach pain, queasiness or unease
  • Shortness of breath or shallow breathing
  • Light-headedness
  • Restlessness
  • Muscle pains
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia
  • Excessive sweating
  • Irritable bowel syndrome or other gastrointestinal issues
  • Altered sexual behaviour
  • Jaw clenching or teeth grinding

Effects and Risks of Untreated Anxiety

Anxiety can significantly disrupt your life. If your anxiety is severe or prolonged, it can affect your ability to:

  • Perform at work
  • Have intimate relationships
  • Have a healthy sex life
  • Make or keep friends
  • Enjoy yourself
  • Fully experience life

It can also take a major toll on your body and mind, and often lies at the core of more serious health issues. If left untreated, it can lead to:

  • Stomach ulcers
  • Cardiovascular issues
  • Diabetes
  • Co-occurring addiction

Why The Dawn Anxiety Retreat is Your Best Choice for Anxiety Treatment Thailand

The Dawn’s highly qualified clinical team is Western-trained and fully licensed. We constantly continue our education, advance our certification levels and attend international conferences on the most pressing mental health issues. We are always up to date with the latest therapeutic developments so we can offer you the best treatment methods available through our anxiety treatment in Thailand.


Why a Residential Wellness Retreat for Anxiety

While the convenience of outpatient treatment is a draw for many, to fully reap the benefits of our Thailand anxiety treatment programme, inpatient treatment is recommended. In a residential rehab overseas setting, you will receive 24-hour support from a team of dedicated professionals, each of whom play a role in your recovery process. And in addition to intensive counselling, you will be supported with a variety of corresponding wellness therapies to deepen your self-exploration and soothe your body and mind.

How Our Thailand Anxiety Treatment Works

We use our own, very effective treatment model called the Twin Pillars – this incorporates both conventional therapies and holistic practices to help you fully heal.

Comprehensive Anxiety Counselling

Our clinical team employs time-tested techniques like cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy (MCBT) to help you understand the source of your anxiety, change your thinking patterns and learn how to effectively manage your condition. and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP)

We also use cutting-edge technologies such as transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)  to effectively treat anxiety without the use of medication.

Holistic Wellness Therapies

In addition to conventional therapy, you’ll take part in a variety of wellness practices, such as:

  • Mindfulness meditation
  • Yoga
  • Massage therapy
  • Art therapy

These accomplish a few things: Firstly, they help you to de-stress, feel well, focus and get into a receptive frame of mind that benefits your counselling work. And secondly, they help you cultivate coping skills that you can take with you when you leave, to keep your anxiety at bay and deal with it in a healthy way when it arises.

While you’re at The Dawn anxiety retreat you’ll also have access to our gym, swimming pool and riverside meditation spaces to unwind during your downtime.

An Anxiety Retreat in Thailand
Let the Tropical Warmth Melt Away Your Tension

If you are looking to de-stress, there’s no better place to do it than in Thailand. Famous for its relaxed attitude, warm, sunny weather and beautiful tropical terrain, the Land of Smiles will instantly make you feel more at peace. At our small, intimate facility on the Ping River on the outskirts of Chiang Mai, you’ll feel at home and safe, and ready for a fresh start.


Clients tell us our intimate environment plus our genuinely caring clinical team who focus on healing at all levels is the major draw card.


We aim to make our admissions process as simple and clear as possible. Our dedicated team is always here to help 24/7.


We co-ordinate treatment for people suffering with mental health conditions as well as substance abuse disorders.

A Day at The Dawn Anxiety Retreat in Thailand

We believe in healing the whole person. You will receive intensive psychotherapy, but meditation, relaxation, and recreational activities will all play an important therapeutic role in your treatment. Here’s an example of what a typical day looks like at The Dawn’s Thailand retreat for anxiety:

07:00: Group Exercise
08:00: Breakfast
09:30: Group Process
11:00: Group Therapy
12:00: Lunch
13:00: Focus Group
14:30: Individual Counselling, Massage, Fitness Training, Mindfulness Meditation or TMS (optional)
18:00: Dinner
19:00: Group Activity, Offsite NA / AA meeting
20:30: Rest & Relaxation
22:00: Bedtime

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