Today, one of South East Asia’s leading mental health and wellbeing groups, The Beekeeper, has announced the official launch of the Beekeeper House a new treatment centre in Chiang Mai and a partnership with local rehabilitation centre, The Warmth.
The Beekeeper House is an inpatient facility that will offer a blended approach between clinical psychology and Eastern philosophies and Contemporary Psychology to treat addiction and other behavioral issues. Nested in the serene mountains of North Thailand, the new 16-bedroom resort-style centre is spread over 2 hectares of peaceful botanical gardens. It features a pool and custom-built yoga, meditation, and recreation salas. Each client will have access to knowledge on the different existing treatment methods alongside a tailored program with high-qualified people able to resolve complex mental health issues in a safe, comfortable, and relaxing environment.
Through its existing outpatient facility in Cambodia, The Beekeeper has established an outstanding reputation for compassionate client care and clinical excellence. The Beekeeper House’s Clinical Psychologists, Medical Doctors, Nurses, and Social Support staff are qualified experts in their respective fields. From diverse backgrounds with over 115 years of combined experience, the team is united by a commitment to client wellbeing, empathy, and happiness.
Robert Commons, Managing Partner, The Beekeeper says: “Around one billion people live with mental health disorders worldwide, including 35 million people struggling with some form of substance use disorder. As we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are still processing social isolation and stress’s impacts on our mental health. Our therapeutic and mental health services draw on Eastern philosophies and Contemporary Psychology and Western approaches and are accessible to all. We’re very proud to extend our vision of supporting the development of happier and more resilient clients through improved mental health wellbeing to people living in Thailand and international travelers.”
As part of its launch, The Beekeeper House also announces its partnership with a local rehabilitation centre, The Warmth. A fully licensed rehab centre based in Chiang Mai, The Warmth enables clients to detox safely under the supervision of a medical team led by Medical Director Dr. Uttawichai, Kanok, Once patients are medically cleared, they will be transferred to Beekeeper House and will have weekly visits with Dr. Uttawichai, Kanok.
Dr. Uttawichai, Kanok, Medical Director, The Warmth, says: “Working in partnership with The Beekeeper House, The Warmth will offer a separate site for detox, an industry gold standard. By combining our strong reputation in the community and local presence with The Beekeeper House’s global expertise, we offer a unique service for clients dealing with addiction and substance abuse.”
The Beekeeper House will be accepting clients from June 20, 2022
To book a free consultation, visit: beekeeperhouse.com/contact-us