Getting well requires peace and stability. Our 5-star villa provides the perfect setting where you can focus on your recovery while leaving all other worries at the door.
Breaking the vicious reenactment cycle requires a thorough approach to each individual. Our doctors and therapists focus on finding the root cause of any issue, allowing you to heal permanently.
Your treatment program lays the groundwork for a lasting recovery. One size doesn’t fit all – we believe that each client should have their own path. Your personal plan paves the way and gives you the ultimate tool for coping with reenactment episodes.
Prying eyes have no place in the recovery process. In our secluded environment, you can heal without worrying about getting seen. One-to-one sessions are available whenever you wish, and no group meetings are mandatory.
Support is the pillar you lean on when trying to get well. Our trauma rehab center encourages clients to bring along their significant others, family members, or pets, ensuring the best possible setting for permanent recovery.
Traumatic reenactment is explained as reexperiencing unresolved feelings of neglect, abuse, betrayal, or abandonment. It happens in trauma survivors as a subconscious emotional response.
The traumatic affect i.e. feelings are so intense that a person is unable to process them properly, which leads to the reenactment of the original trauma. According to Sigmund Freud’s Beyond the Pleasure Principle, a repetition compulsion is an attempt to master and control the psychological responses to earlier trauma.
Childhood trauma sufferers have low self-esteem and poor coping strategies, making them easy targets for predators. Over two-thirds of children have reported having traumatic experiences by the age of 16, SAMHSA explains in their article Understanding Child Trauma.
To cope with that extreme stress, shame, and bad memories, children are likely to dissociate themselves. Besides dissociative defenses, children develop ego deficits and experience internal states such as confusion, anxiety, numbness, fear, and depression.
Young men and women who were sexually or emotionally abused as children report low arousal and hyposexuality, as well as a tendency toward problematic intimate relationships in their present lives. This type of romantic relationship includes physical abuse, sexual abuse, or codependency.
When reenactment happens, the person takes the role of either the perpetrator or the victim. According to an article published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health titled Childhood and Adult Trauma Experiences of Incarcerated Persons, 56% of criminals (male inmates) reported having childhood physical trauma.
The trauma triangle represents relationship dynamics, roles, and patterns seen in survivors of trauma. It features three roles – victim, rescuer, and persecutor. All three roles avoid self-responsibility using different mechanisms.
The victim: Sees no options and feels helpless to change anything. They take no responsibility at all. It’s common in people who were neglected in childhood.
The rescuer: Diverts attention to what others think and tries to control the situation by controlling others. The rescuer takes responsibility for others but neglects how they feel themselves.
The persecutor: Blames others and gets angry when their needs aren’t met. Takes no responsibility and has a tendency towards violence. Underneath the surface, they feel shame for having their own needs and desires.
The three types of trauma include acute, chronic, and complex trauma. Acute trauma occurs as a consequence of a single traumatic event. Chronic trauma is a result of repeated long-term events such as domestic abuse or violence. Complex trauma develops from multiple various traumatic events, often experienced in relationships with people.
At The Diamond Rehab, you’ll get the tools and skills you need to overcome past trauma and start a new life. A carefully designed therapeutic process helps trauma victims understand reenactments and increase their self-awareness.
Treatment options for trauma reenactment include:
EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing)
Trauma therapy is based on mental health treatment and procedures. As the 2019 Harvard report by Adam P. Stern, MD explains, psychotherapy can provide a lasting symptom reduction in victims of childhood sexual abuse, emotional abuse, and all who experienced traumatic stress.
Trauma recuperation requires dedication, determination, courage, and constant practice. With an expert by your side, you will learn to overcome obstacles in everyday life.
Healing from trauma calls for absolute safety and trust within the therapeutic relationship. Our inpatient trauma rehab focuses on you, the patient, to provide true trauma-informed care.
At The Diamond Rehab, our staff has multi-year experience in treating trauma caused by adverse childhood experiences, child sexual abuse, as well as psychiatric symptoms associated with it.
Additionally, as a substance rehab center, we provide dual diagnosis and treatment as well. As a consequence of past traumatic experiences, many victims develop substance abuse problems. Our doctors are trained for this therapeutic situation and provide full support to clients experiencing withdrawal symptoms.
Breaking the bond with past trauma requires battling a very specific reenactment pattern. Our staff develops and adjusts the treatment plan for each individual patient to give them the best tools.
Whether you’re a victim of early trauma, an abusive partner, or wish to overcome repetition compulsion, we’ll provide an environment where you can get better permanently.
The road to recovery is long but can be made easier with proper support. At our residential treatment center, clients can reach a doctor, therapist, or advisor 24/7. Approaching every patient in a non-judgmental and helpful way makes dealing with your own trauma more efficient.
Peaceful, luxurious, and equipped to the highest standards, our retreat will become your safe haven. Each client gets a separate room with a swimming pool, room service, and access to activities they love. The number of clients is limited, so privacy is guaranteed.
A proper diet is a cornerstone of good health, which is why we hired world-class chefs to make your meals. You choose what you want to eat, and we prepare it from the finest ingredients. At our inpatient trauma rehab, we also offer vegan, kosher, and halal options.
To ensure lasting recovery, activities are integrated into personal therapy plans. You choose the activities yourself – from nature hikes to scuba diving. Nothing is mandatory, but everything is available.
World-class rehabilitation is accessible to everyone who needs it. Due to significantly lower living costs, Thai rehab centers have positioned themselves on the world stage as the go-to destinations for premium treatment at a reasonable price.
Begin your journey to recovery when it most suits you. We understand the busy schedules of modern living – that’s why we encourage planning ahead. Start when you’re ready and we’ll help you cross the finish line.
To permanently overcome trauma, professional help is necessary. Thailand has placed itself as a top trauma treatment destination for the following reasons:
An example of trauma reenactment is a situation where a person that was sexually abused as a child enters sexually abusive relationships as an adult.
No, trauma reenactments are just a self-coping mechanism. Most of the harm you are causing is to yourself. That’s why a lot of people with past traumatic experience are vulnerable to substance abuse (alcohol and drug addiction), self-harm, eating disorders, avoiding medical treatment, and putting themselves in harm’s way.
The best way to stop trauma repetition is therapy. Methods include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, group therapy, and self-help techniques.
Trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) is often the best option for treating trauma reenactment and its consequences.
To truly heal, access to professional help is essential. In a time when mental health problems are more present than ever, Thailand has emerged as a prime rehab destination for important reasons such as:
At a considerably lower rate compared to western countries, Thailand offers top-class rehabilitation in a 5-star environment.
Many of the world’s best mental health treatment facilities are in Thailand. A hub for medical professionals from around the world, Thailand offers modern treatment programs.
Seasoned doctors, psychologists, addiction specialists, and counselors work together to provide high-end treatment for addiction and mental disorders.
Healing the mind and the body as a whole helps individuals reclaim their life. Yoga, meditation, acupuncture, and outdoor activities are available in luxury mental health rehabs in Thailand.
Thailand is known for its 5-star hospitality, which extends to mental health centers. The friendly, non-judgmental approach is perfect for successful mental health treatment.
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