Chiang Mai Holistic offers outpatient counselling in Chiang Mai with male and female therapists for individuals, couples and families as well as support for professionals working within the field.
Finding experienced counsellors in Chiang Mai working independently with the appropriate visa and work permit can be difficult. All our counselling team have the relevant documentation, qualifications and professional experience.
Our therapists and counsellors are based in Chiang Mai and offer a nonjudgmental and empathetic approach which fits within our core values alongside our holistic services as we look to heal the whole person to allow them to make positive life changes, counselling can be a major component within this.
Whether you are living here permanently visiting on holiday or have recently left one of the local rehabs or sober houses in Chiang Mai and looking for ongoing support, secondary care or continued sober living we have various options available for a tailored individualised approach.
More details about sober living in Chiang Mai can be found by visiting our 28 day Recovery Program and 28 day Urban Retreat pages
“Sharpen the Saw means preserving and enhancing the greatest asset you have – you. We must never become too busy sawing to take time to sharpen the saw."
Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw – Dr Stephen R. Covey - Author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
Many people who come for therapy are surprised to learn that some of the most successful therapists or counsellors have a counsellor themselves whom they see regularly usually once per week or once a fortnight.
Besides from working in stressful environments such as hospitals, alcohol rehabs and addiction treatment centres counsellors are human beings and suffer from the same problems and challenges as many other people do when dealing with life on life’s terms whether that be stress, anxiety, grief, loss, relationship break up and many more.
As far as professional standards go this is considered a strength when it comes to self-care and being the best person they can be not just for their clients but also their friends, families and themselves as the counsellor recognises the need for outside help and sees the value in counselling so practices what they preach.
In our experience therapy for therapists or counselling for counsellors is best done outside the home or workplace in a relaxed and comfortable setting.
We recognise that many counsellors working in Chiang Mai work during office hours so can accommodate this by offering our services on evenings or most often weekends please contact us for more information.