At One Step Rehab we treat drug, alcohol, and process addictions, as well as dual diagnosis and co-occurring mental health issues. Alcohol, drug, and process addictions often occur simultaneously and are all are treatable.

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction, alcohol use disorder, or alcoholism, kills more than over 3 million people each year, accounting for up to 6% of global deaths. In the united states, 1-in-10 people over the age of 12 suffer from Alcohol Use Disorder. Alcohol addiction wreaks havoc on families and individuals worldwide, but only a small percentage of people are able to enter treatment.

You have taken the first step towards recovery by exploring our website, but we now invite you to join those who have already successfully achieved long-term sobriety as a direct result of expert clinical guidance, comprehensive treatment and aftercare plan.

Drug Addiction

Drug addiction and Substance Use Disorders are classified on the basis of drug dependency by the criteria in the WHO’s International Classification of Disease (ICD-10). 37.309 million Americans over 12 years of age have used illegal drugs within the last 30 days, with over 350,000 dying from alcohol and illicit drug use disorders (including overdoses) each year.

The statistics are hard to imagine, but at One Step Rehab in Thailand, we commonly treat clients with addictions to benzodiazepines, marijuana, cocaine, heroin, crystal methamphetamine (also known as ice or meth), amphetamine, ecstasy (MDMA), GHB and ketamine. Our professional clinical team have extensive experience in dealing with all types of addiction and can help you overcome destructive behaviors.

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Group counseling and therapy room of drug addiction treatment program

Process Addictions and Compulsive Behaviors

Process addictions are less well known than alcohol or drug addiction, but can be equally as devastating for those affected. Compulsive behaviors and process addiction are similar to substance addiction from a physiological perspective, but without the physical signs you might associate with drug addiction.

Compulsive behaviors that an individual engages in- be it gaming, gambling, or sex– triggers the brain’s reward system and delivers a release of dopamine in the brain. As the process gets repeated over time, tolerance increases, and the person feels the urge to continue their destructive behavior, with increased intensity and a disregard to the consequences of their actions.

One Step Rehab’s treatment program provides effective therapies to help you overcome compulsive behaviors, providing a chance to recuperate after an initial stabilisation period, before commencing with intensive psychotherapy, to begin tackling the root cause of compulsive behaviors.

Dual Diagnosis and Co-occurring Disorders

Dual Diagnosis is when a person is diagnosed with a substance use disorder (SUD) as well as a co-occurring mental health disorder such as depression, anxiety, or PTSD. The treatment of dual diagnosis requires an integrated treatment program that can address both disorders as interconnected issues.

According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 45% of people with addiction have a co-occurring mental health disorder, but it is possible to recover by successfully attaining the fulfilling a healthy and productive life.

Dual diagnosis is surprisingly common among those suffering from addiction. Co-occurring disorders tend to exacerbate and add fuel to addictive behaviors, which can be a barrier to recovery, if the underlying mental health disorder is not treated in tandem with the addiction.

At One Step Rehab, our small, yet diverse and experienced team are duly qualified in the fields of mental health and addiction. We will provide you with a comprehensive treatment plan, that can deliver the best outcomes, and set you on a path to long-term sobriety and life-long recovery.

addicted young woman diagnosed with co-occurring trauma looks unwell