In-patient luxury rehab center in Thailand

The Diamond Rehab Thailand was born out of a desire to help people recover from addiction in a safe, low-stress environment. We take a highly personalised approach to treatment.

“Not every client is the same, and everyone needs a different approach.”

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The Diamond Rehab Sri Lanka:
A haven of serenity amidst lush beauty

Are you struggling with addiction or a dual diagnosis?

 

The weight of addiction can feel unbearable, affecting not only your own life but also the lives of your loved ones. The constant battle takes a toll on your physical and mental well-being, and traditional treatments may have fallen short of providing lasting relief.

If you’re seeking a solution that goes beyond the ordinary, a place where your unique needs are understood and addressed with the utmost care, The Diamond Rehab Sri Lanka is the answer.

Discover the personalized care, privacy, and holistic healing that await you at The Diamond Rehab Sri Lanka. Transform your life and embrace a brighter, addiction-free future. Your journey starts here.

A healing oasis

7 acres of tropical gardens

Escape to the exquisite The Diamond Rehab Sri Lanka, where tranquility meets luxury. Nestled amidst 7 acres of meticulously landscaped tropical gardens, our retreat offers a haven of serenity and rejuvenation.

The signature hospitality and treatment approach of The Diamond Rehab Thailand is the foundation we used to create The Diamond Rehab Sri Lanka – we treat not only addictions and disorders, but the underlying issues that are causing them, all this while ensuring the highest level of comfort, luxury, privacy and personalised care.

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Dive into bliss

Indulge in the sheer luxury of our 60-foot swimming pool, a sparkling gem reflecting the vibrant skies above. Relax, swim, or simply soak in the serenity while surrounded by lush greenery.

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Nature's majesty

Experience nature’s grandeur as you gaze upon breathtaking jungle views from every corner of our retreat. The awe-inspiring beauty of the Sri Lankan landscape will soothe your soul and invigorate your spirit.

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Unfold the history

Step into the past as you explore the historic Nugedola Wallauwa, now lovingly known as the Viceroy House. Built in the 1930s by the British High Commissioner and his visionary wife, Hilda Obeysekera, this architectural masterpiece is a testament to boldness and creativity.

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Personalized care

Your journey to healing begins

At The Diamond Rehab Sri Lanka, we believe in personalized care. With only nine exclusive rooms, each guest receives the utmost attention and tailor-made treatments. We specialize not only in addiction recovery but also in addressing dual diagnoses, offering the latest treatment modules for comprehensive healing.

Your privacy is our priority

Located in a remote setting, your privacy is paramount. Arrive discreetly, even by helicopter, to our secluded retreat. We ensure that your treatment remains confidential, allowing you to focus solely on your recovery.

Adventures await

Discover the wonders of Sri Lanka during your stay. Explore stunning beaches, delve into rich history at ancient sites, encounter diverse wildlife, savor delicious cuisine, embark on thrilling adventures, and embrace the spiritual essence of this incredible land.

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Frequently asked questions

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Are you a 12-step rehab?

We offer a 12-step recovery program, as well as CBT, DBT, and mindfulness – a holistic approach to recovery. Our main focus is to treat not only the addiction but the underlying issues which are causing the addiction, something which you won’t find in any conventional 12-step rehab.

Is it ever too late for rehab?

It is never too late to get treatment.

It might not be easy to take the first step, but it is never too late to begin the journey toward healing and recovery. While the recovery process might be difficult, it is possible to overcome addiction and develop a successful life with the correct treatment and support.

The Diamond Rehab Thailand has a team of world-class professionals with years of experience in helping people with all kinds of addictions and disorders. Get in touch with us now and turn your life around! It’s never too late!

What’s the best form of treatment for addiction?

Cognitive behavioral therapy is widely regarded as one of the most effective forms of therapy for addiction. Our experience, however, shows that there is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question as the best form of treatment for addiction can vary depending on the individual and their specific needs. The most common forms of therapy are:

  1. Behavioral therapy: It focuses on changing addictive behavior patterns by identifying triggers, developing coping skills, and creating a plan for relapse prevention. Examples of behavioral therapies include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Contingency Management (CM).
  2. Medications: Certain medications can be used to manage cravings and withdrawal symptoms associated with addiction. Examples include methadone for opioid addiction, buprenorphine for opioid and alcohol addiction, and acamprosate for alcohol addiction.
  3. Support groups: Support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) can provide a sense of community and accountability for those struggling with addiction.
  4. Inpatient treatment: Inpatient treatment involves staying at a treatment facility for a period of time to receive intensive therapy and support. This can be beneficial for those with severe addiction or co-occurring mental health disorders.
  5. Outpatient treatment: Outpatient treatment involves attending therapy and support groups on a regular basis while still living at home. This can be a more flexible option for those who cannot commit to inpatient treatment.

It’s important to note that addiction is a complex disease, and successful treatment often involves a combination of some or all of these approaches, depending on the needs of the individual and the underlying issues, which cause the addiction. It’s also important for individuals to work with a healthcare professional to determine the best course of treatment for their unique situation. We at The Diamond Rehab Sri Lanka are focused on providing each client with a tailor-made program, designed to be as effective as possible.

Can you get rid of addiction on your own?

You can get rid of addiction on your own. However, this will most likely prove difficult, dangerous, and challenging.

Attempting to quit an addiction on your own might be dangerous and increase your chances of relapse. Withdrawal symptoms can be unpleasant and potentially hazardous, and they can be challenging to manage without competent medical supervision. Furthermore, addiction frequently includes underlying emotional and psychological issues that necessitate specialist therapy.

A healthcare professional can develop a customized treatment plan, and provide support and assistance throughout the recovery process. Psychotherapy, support groups, and medication-assisted treatment are all viable types of addiction treatment that can aid in long-term recovery.

Does addiction stay with you forever?

Addiction stays with you forever. It is a chronic illness that can be controlled but not cured. While people can achieve and sustain long-term recovery, addiction continues to be a part of their lives, and they may need to be extra cautious to avoid relapse.

Even after completing addiction treatment successfully, there is always the possibility of relapse, and continued maintenance therapy and support can play a vital role in preventing it. Furthermore, people who have struggled with addiction may encounter cravings or triggers throughout their lives, and it is critical to have mechanisms in place to deal with these situations.

What is at the root of addiction?

Addiction is caused by a mix of genetic, environmental, and psychological factors.

The following are some of the most prevalent underlying variables that can contribute to addiction:

  1. Genetics: Research has shown that genetics can play a role in addiction, with certain individuals having a higher risk of developing addiction due to genetic factors.
  2. Environmental factors: Exposure to stress, trauma, and adverse childhood experiences can increase the risk of addiction. Additionally, social and cultural factors, such as peer pressure or social acceptance of substance use, can also contribute to addiction.
  3. Psychological factors: Mental health disorders, such as depression, anxiety, or trauma-related disorders, can increase the risk of addiction. People who struggle with low self-esteem, poor impulse control, or difficulty managing emotions may also be at a higher risk of addiction.
  4. Substance-related factors: Certain substances, such as opioids or methamphetamine, can be highly addictive and can cause changes to the brain that make it more difficult to quit using them.

By addressing the underlying factors that contribute to addiction and providing support and resources for long-term recovery, we at The Diamond Rehab help our clients transition to a healthy and fulfilling life!

Contact us to get your personal consultation

At The Diamond Rehab Sri Lanka, we are strong believers that a pleasant atmosphere plays a crucial part in both the process of rehabilitation and your overall experience. This is something that we strive to provide for all of our patients.

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THE DIAMOND REHAB SRI LANKA
12/1 1 Nugadolawatta, Pasyala, Sri Lanka