Other Addictions Treated at Seasons Thailand
Food addiction and eating disorders cause serious harm to a person’s physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual health. Therefore, treatment must address all these aspects in order to be effective in the long term.
Residents at Seasons Thailand work with our team to develop a healthy, balanced food plan that is designed to suit their individual needs. This is closely monitored and can be adjusted accordingly.
Our clinical and medical team also assess, treat and monitor any medical issues that have come about as a result of a resident’s eating disorder. Our well-established model of addiction treatment utilises a broad range of methods to address the underlying causes of addiction and bring about ongoing recovery.
Someone suffering from an eating disorder can exhibit different types of harmful eating patterns including:
- Binge eating
The gambling addict has no control over their behaviour in just the same way as someone addicted to drugs and alcohol. The compulsion to gamble is so overpowering they cannot fight it despite knowing it causes great harm.
Seasons Thailand follows an evidence based treatment method to address the underlying causes of this addiction. Our staff are committed to providing the very best level of care within an environment of respect and understanding.
This is a serious disease that can present in many different forms. It does not necessarily relate to the amount or type of sex that someone is having and is more about the compulsive need to act out and the related destructive consequences.
Like other addictions, this affects the sufferer psychologically, physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually and can cause their loved ones great pain.
At Seasons Thailand, our staff are highly trained and non-judgemental. We seek only to support the client in our care to address the core of their problem and help them find a new way to live. Our acclaimed program of recovery does exactly that.
Co-dependency is sometimes referred to as ‘relationship addiction’. It occurs when a person compulsively puts the needs and wants of another person ahead of their own. By doing this the individual negates to properly look after themselves and this impacts the quality of their life and other relationships.
Some of the symptoms include:
- Low self-esteem
- Chronic people pleasing
- Taking too much responsibility
- Difficulty communicating authentically
- Inability to set healthy boundaries
- Being overtly controlling of both situations and people.
Often this can manifest in family members who have a relative who is a using addict or alcoholic. The unmanageability and chaos in the life of the addict becomes the prime focus and this can negatively impact the rest of the family. The symptoms of this condition present in relationships with others but the root cause is a dysfunctional relationship with self.
Seasons Thailand has many years of experience dealing with co- dependency. We deliver a tried and tested model of treatment where clients are guided using the best resources available.