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Mental Health in Thailand Ex Pats looking for Support : Subtitles in 11 Languages

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Mental Health in Thailand Ex Pats looking for Support
(originally uploaded to youtube by Heartbeat Thailand) = me
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Captions Now Available in 10 different Languages
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Expat?
looking for support with mental health.
Taking care of your mental health as an expat isn't always easy. You may feel worried, overwhelmed, and alienated as a result of language hurdles, being away from your support group, and cultural differences. Loneliness, long-term stress, and substance abuse/misuse are just a few of the many factors that have an impact on mental health.It's critical to seek assistance when you require it. While your friends and relatives may be able to provide some support, it is recommended that you speak with a professional. Psychiatric health examinations are just as important as physical examinations. Expats in Thailand can take advantage of a variety of mental health services.Thailand's Samaritans If you are experiencing loneliness, or suicide thoughts, call the English helpline of The Samaritans of Thailand at
02 113 6789 and press 2. (Correct at time of Video uploaded to youtube)
While the free program connects callers with suicide prevention specialists, callers do not need to be suicidal to receive assistance. When you're feeling down, it's frequently beneficial to simply talk to someone, especially someone who is trained to listen as you discuss your problems and concerns.Usually a staff member will contact you within 24 hours after you leave a message at the call center. You don't have to give your real name if you don't want to, and the service is likewise anonymous. Hospitals that are privately owned Those experiencing a life-threatening mental health crises should go to an international hospital's emergency room right away. When you arrive, make an appointment with the on-duty psychiatrist. Bangkok Hospital and Manarom Hospital are two of Bangkok's most prestigious mental health facilities.A Mental Health Rehabilitation and Recovery Center is at Bangkok Hospital.Counseling, inpatient care, outpatient services, and day programs are among the mental health services and facilities provided by Bangkok Hospital. The Chitrak Center of the hospital specializes in mental health treatment, diagnosis, and rehabilitation.
Manarom Hospital is a hospital in Manarom, Thailand.
Manarom Hospital, one of Thailand's premier private hospitals specializing in mental and behavioral health, provides a variety of mental health services, including day programs and adult psychiatry. The staff is knowledgeable with a wide range of mental health concerns, including substance misuse, behavioral disorders, PTSD, and family challenges.
Mental health and counseling services
Bangkok, as one of Thailand's most popular expat destinations, is home to some of the country's top mental health experts and counseling institutes. While the services mentioned in thisvideo are based in Bangkok, there are also online options for expats in other parts of Thailand. Furthermore, facilities closer to home are available for expats all around the country, so do your homework.
Psychological Services International (PSI) is a non-profit organization (PSI)
PSI has been providing therapy, counseling, and evaluation services to foreigners in Bangkok since 2001. PSI counselors are trained as psychologists, psychotherapists, and social workers, so they can assist you with medication if necessary. The team speaks English, Thai, and French, and they also provide online services to clients outside of Bangkok.
A new counseling service has been established (NCS)
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