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Anyone know of where to turn to in regards to what permits and licenses are needed for a counseling and health rehab type of business?  

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Do you already know what is required for opening a business in general?

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17 minutes ago, Unify said:

Do you already know what is required for opening a business in general?

Will Thailand recognise your qualifications?

Who will be your clients? 

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43 minutes ago, Letseng said:

Will Thailand recognise your qualifications?

Who will be your clients? 

Yes, health rehab sounds pretty nebulous, but likely to fall under medical services. If he just means massage or other "feel good  services" that may be a reserved occupation. 

 

He could pm Sheryl. She may know something about setting up a " rehab clinic" or whatever it would be called.

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what Province are you in?
in Bangkok it will be easy to find a qualified lawyer to answer your questions.

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If you are a bit more specific, you might get some usable answers, as some health-issues needs a license, others just a work permit and a company, if your are starting your own business. Work permit and company might be dependent of marriage to a Thai, and if you are an US-citizen.

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Rehab could be for a myriad of things, alcohol, stress, drugs, retreat etc.

 

Certainly I can ask a lawyer for solid advice, this was just a question that came to mind in case someone here is knowledgeable on this particular subject matter and had some general advice.

 

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Currently setting up a company, but not related. Would be interested in this area long-term, as I've got an education in those fields 🙂

 

For the "general advice part" I would consider this: there is not really a culture for blaming or suing providers in Thailand, but there IS certainly a culture for defamation!

 

Did get to know a guy involved in the stemcell business in Bangkok, thats an example of a type of treatment that has gravitated towards Thailand precisely because of this combination...

 

If rehabilitation is the motive, why not try to find someone to team up with? If approaching it all with the right motivation, the right thai contacts will materialize over time - and anything takes time in Thailand 🙂

Is it for money, visas, or some other motivation? The real motivation should be the deciding factor for how it is set up, in my opinion at least.

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