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The following is an updated list of mental health resources in Bkk. Post after this lists sources outside Bkk, and the third post lists resources specific to alcohol and drug addiction detox/rehab.


NCS New Community Services
61/1 Soi Intamara 3
Sutisan Road
Phaya Thai (Sapan Kwai Area)
Tel.: 0-2279 8503
Languages Spoken: Dutch, Thai, German, English, and Japanese
BOTH Thai and foreign mental health professionals.
http://ncs-counseling.com/


Psychological Services International
9/2 Sukhumvit Soi 43 (near Phrom Pong/Emporium)
Bangkok 10110,
Tel: 02-2591467
Fax: 02-2620505
Languages Spoken: English, French, Thai, Norwegian, Portuguese
PSI offers services from highly qualified and experienced clinicians. Both expatriate and Thai counselors are available.
http://www.psiadmin.com/

Bangkok Counselling Service
Sala Som Sathorn,

92 Soi Sathorn 9,

Sathorn Tai Road,

Yannawa, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120
www.BangkokCounsellingService.com
info@BangkokCounsellingService.com

Tel: 02 286 1352

Mob: 094 084 3441 (English)  094 084 3442 (Thai)
British Therapist and 4 Thai therapists (3 US 1 AU trained)

 

Bangkok Psychology

The Trendy Office
Sukhumvit Soi 13
Floor 10, Room #1004E
10110 Bangkok Wattana

Tel 091-885-0575 (leave message)

LINE: bangkokpsychology

email <bangkokpsychology@gmail.com>

Johan Toft (Swedish psychologist)  + 2 Thai psychologists

 

Mind Matters

Dr. Simone Negrini (Italian).  Certified psychologist and cognitive-behavioural therapist. treatment for anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder and
relationship counseling. Individual or couple therapy.

 

Interchange 21 floor 33
399 Sukhumvit Road, North Klongtoey,
Wattana, Bangkok 10110

Phone No : 099 171 3323

e-mail: info@mindmattersbangkok.com
Line id:  dr.simone

https://mindmattersbangkok.com/


Saisilp: The Centre for Creative Growth and Professional Training
BB Building, 54 Soi 21 Sukhumvit
Tel: 02-2587562 press 0-Office
press 1-Khun Piyachat

https://www.facebook.com/pages/SAISILP-The-Centre-for-Creative-Growth-Professional-Training/793610380679566
Languages Spoken: Thai and English
A US-trained Thai clinician who also sees expats. Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (in Massachusetts State), Licensed Mental Health Counselor (in Massachusetts State), Art Therapist Registered (by American Art Therapy Association), and American Board Certified Practitioner of Psychodrama.

Ann O White
The Park Chidlom 17 F1,
1/176 Chidlom Road, Lumpini,
Prathumwan, Bangkok 10330
Thailand
Chidlom BTS Station E1
Cell phone: +66 (0)81 904 7562

http://www.annowhite.com/

Marriage counselling, family counselling; career planning and life transitions

Carl Janowitz
Marriage and Family Counselor
54/126 First Tower
Sukhumvit 1
(Behind Bumrungrad)
Tel: 089-680-3503
www.bangkoktherapy.com
note: also has an office in Pattaya

Mallika Meinhold-Bergman
Health Psychologist specializing in psychosomatic medicine (stress, chronic pain, hypertension, etc). Provides services in German and English
Tel: 02-660-2602, 085-225-1014

Manarom Hospital.
9 Sukumvit 70 / 3 Bangna Bangkok 10260.
Tel: 02-7259595, 02-3992822.
www.manarom.com.
Psychiatric, alcohol, rehab, Therapy.
The only private psychiatric hospital in Thailand. Although it is a hospital, it also offers a broad range of outpatient services, both psychiatric and psychological. Many, but not all, of the providers on staff speak English well.

Samaritans English Help Line (Bangkok)
02-713-6791
www.samaritansthailand.blogspot.com
Note: This is a free, crisis intervention hotline service. They use a call back model. The client calls, leaves a number and a trained, hotline volunteer (either a native English speaker, or someone fluent in English) will call them back within a short time.

For children with learning and/or developmental problems:
The Village International Education Centre
14 Soi Sukhumvit 42, Prakanong, Klong Tuey, Bangkok
Telephone: +66 (0)2 391 4453-5
E-mail: info@viecentre.com

http://www.viecentre.org/education-programmes/#earlylearn
Educational assessment, education programs and therapy for  for children and teens who have learning and behavioral problems.  Also has a branch in Pattaya.

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in the Provinces:

Chiang Rai

New Life Foundation
http://www.newlifethaifoundation.com/
This is a residential program based on Buddhist principles. open to people suffering from depression, stress and substance abuse etc; length of stay is flexible.

Chiang Mai

1.Amy Pothong

https://counselingchiangmai.com/

A Thai woman with extensive training/experience  in the US, looks well qualified on paper and I have heard good reports.

 

2. Nelly Stiny

http://www.mindbloom.nl/

Dutch psychologist, also looks well qualified on paper.  I haven't gotten any firsthand feedback. She is trained in EMDR which is a particular asset if the problem involves traumatic memories.

 

3. Samaritans of Chiang Mai
Helpline 1: 053 225 977
Helpline 2: 053 225 978

Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Sat: 19:00 - 22:00
www.samachiangmai.org/samaritansthai

 

4. Cornerstone

http://www.ccfthailand.org/

This is mainly designed to provide counselling to Christian workers but will counsel non-Christians if space available without pushing religious agenda.

 

5, Therapy Help Center
9/33 Ing Doi Village, Chiang Mai

tel 081 930 0100

https://www.therapyhelpcenter.com/

 


Pattaya


1. Carl Janowitz (offices in both Bkk and Pattaya)
Marriage and Family Counselor
Tel: 089-680-3503
www.bangkoktherapy.com

2. Counseling Center Pattaya & Bangkok
Soi Kopai 399/37, Moo 6
20150 Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand
Phone (085) 4 370-470
http://www.counseling-office.com
English and German spoken; By Appointment Only

 

3. For children with learning and/or developmental problems:
The Village International Education Centre

07/7 Moo 3, Chaiyapornwithi Road,
Pong, Banglamung,
Chonburi,
20150
Tel: +6638-078-991

E-mail: infopattaya@village-education

http://www.viecentre.org/education-programmes/#earlylearn
Educational assessment, education programs and therapy for  for children and teens who have learning and behavioral problems.  Also has a branch in Bangkok.

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As we frequently get questions about where Thais can go for treatment of serious mental illness:

 

There are 18 specialized government psych hospitals in Thailand :

 

Bangkok

 

Rajanukul Institute

Somdet Chaopraya Institute of Psychiatry  (Thonburi area)

 

Chiang Mai

Rajanagarindra Institute of Child Development

Suanprung Psychiatric Hospital

 

Khon Kaen

Khon Kaen Rajanakarindra Psychiatric Hospital

 

Loei

Loei Rajanakarindra Psychiatric Hospital

 

Nakhon Phanom

Nakhon Phanom Rajanakarindra Psychiatric Hospital

 

Nakhon Phatom

Galaya Rajanakarindra Institute (Buddhamonthon)

 

Korat

Nakhon Ratchasima Rajanakarindra Psychiatric Hospital

 

Nakorn Sawon

Nakhon Sawan Rajanakarindra Psychiatric Hospital

 

Nontahburi

Srithanya Hospital

 

Sa Kaew

Sa Kaew Rajanakarindra Psychiatric Hospital

 

Samut Prakan

Yuwaprasart Waithayopathum Hospital

 

Songkhla

Songkhla Rajanakarindra Psychiatric Hospital

 

Surat Thani

Suan Saranrom Psychiatric Hospital

Ubon Ratchathani

Prasrimahabhodi Psychiatric Hospital

 

Each covers a specific catchment area. Generally speaking the one closest will be the one that covers a particular location but to be sure, ask the local provincial hospital staff as they will know.

Treatment is free (or nominal 30 baht cost) provided a referral is obtained from the hopsital at which the patient is registered under the "30 baht" (AKA "Gold Card") scheme.

 

As with any government hospitals -- and especially specialized ones -- long waits and crowded conditions are the norm. Some of these hospitals have after hour clinics, a quasi-private arrangement whereby the senior doctors can be seen by appointment. This will not be covered under the "30 baht" scheme but costs are pretty reasonable and it can be worth it to have more time spent by the doctor and to go straight to a senior doc as care will others be largely by residents in training under their supervision. It is possible that medications will still be covered under the free system though, I am not clear on that point.

 

In addition, all teaching hospitals and regional hospitals will have at least one psychiatrist on staff.

 

 

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