Chiang Mai, Thailand (PressExposure) June 14, 2009 -- Luxury, residential drug rehab Breathing Space Thailand is now reducing its programme fees to provide potential clients the opportunity to attend their programme for the treatment of addictions and disorders.
Beginning June 2009, the fees for the 28 day programme have now been reduced to $10,000 (US Dollars) and the 14 day programme now costs just $5,000 (US Dollars). This programme fee is inclusive of all costs for attending the programme and includes 12 weeks of 1-2-1 after-care therapy. The only additional cost is for the flight from the client's locality to Thailand. For clients arriving in Thailand at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Breathing Space Thailand also includes return fares in their programme fees for the 50 minute flight between Suvarnabhumi and Chiang Mai International Airport.
Drug Rehab Breathing Space Thailand's Treatment Director, Garrett Tuck explains,
"In the current economic climate, Breathing Space Thailand recognises the importance of being able to provide potential clients & those referring clients with the very best possible value for money. Therefore, we have decided to reduce the price of our programme fees, to enable a wider number of clients and their families to benefit from our drug rehab programme."
Drug Rehab Breathing Space Thailand is situated 20 Km from the beautiful ancient city of Chiang Mai and they provide treatment programmes that run from between 2-24 weeks.
The Breathing Space Thailand treatment programme is complete and comprehensive and the therapy programme includes CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) and SFBT (Solution Focused Brief Therapy) to provide clients with a drug rehab programme that is effective and productive in a relatively short amount of time. Garrett Tuck places great emphasis on the need to offer a drug rehabilitation programme that meets the immediate needs of those seeking help with an addiction or disorder.
"The Breathing Space Thailand drug rehab programme is designed to provide clients seeking treatment with the very best possible starting point or foundation for their on-going recovery. When someone is seeking treatment, they should be able to find a programme that supports them, as an individual, with the very best standards of care. It's for this reason the Breathing Space Thailand drug rehab programme has been designed to be individualised and with a high staff to client ratio, to ensure that clients get the quality of service they deserve."
Drug rehab Breathing Space Thailand's individualised drug rehabilitation programme is designed for a maximum of 5 clients. In addition to 1-2-1 therapy, clients also attend a morning therapy group and 2 weekly psychoeducational workshops to provide them with a skill-set that they can utilise when they have completed their programme and are back living their everyday lives. The therapy element of the Breathing Space Thailand drug rehabilitation programme is further complemented with a personal training programme for each client that is designed to meet them at their current level of physical fitness. Other complementary therapy includes Yoga, meditation, Tai Chi (Chi Kung), massage and spa treatments all of which are included in the programme fee.
The Breathing Space Thailand drug rehabilitation programme is further complemented by it's exemplary living environment. Clients stay in their own individual, spacious, air-conditioned, Bali-style villa complete with steam room and Jacuzzi. Drug rehab Breathing Space Thailand's resort is set in 3.6 acres of private, secluded, tropical gardens surrounded by lakes and water features.
Ultimately, the Breathing Space Thailand drug rehabilitation programme is able to provide clients with an incredibly luxus quality of treatment but at a price that represents exceptionally good value for money. Garrett says,
"It's about people making the very best possible choices in their lives, to empower themselves with the opportunity to move beyond the punishing and often fatal consequences of active addiction and the suffering this brings both to them as individuals and to their loved ones."