Thailand

A listing of therapists, counselors, psychologists, and psychiatrists in Thailand interested in providing culturally sensitive cross-cultural care for today’s international expat community.

Bangkok

The Cabin Bangkok
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 105 6135
Email: contact@thecabinbangkok.co.th
Website: www.thecabinbangkok.co.th
Nationality:
Languages Spoken: English and Thai
Religious Affiliation:
Clinical Specialties: USA-licensed professionals providing addiction treatment as well as general clinical counselling for mental health issues to individuals, adolescents, couples, and families.
Cross-cultural Experience: extensive experience in working with individual expatriates, interracial couples, and local citizens in numerous settings

Reggie Pawle, Ph.D.
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Phone: 06-2601-7068 and  02300-4543-62 Ext. 3621
Email: reggiepawle@yahoo.com
Website: www.reggiepawle.net
Nationality: USA
Languages Spoken: English, middle level Japanese
Religious Affiliation: Interdenominal Buddhist & Christian
Clinical Specialties: I have worked on mental health issues in a cross-cultural context with adults, couples, teens, and families. My work integrates Western psychology with Asian practices, which includes psychologically relevant practices from Buddhism, yoga, and Daoism, and Japanese psychotherapies Morita and Naikan. I work with the “whole” of a person – body, mind, spirit, relationships, and cultural context. My work with couples focuses on goals, communication and, when applicable, cross-cultural issues.  Individual issues that I have worked with include depression, anxiety and phobias, anger, impulse control, stress, substance abuse and sexual addiction, eating disorders, relationship difficulties, cultural challenges, trauma, grief, life transitions, and personal growth.
Cross-Cultural Experience: I provided psychotherapy in California, USA, 1992-1999, in Kyoto, Japan 1999-2015, and in Bangkok 2015-present.  Japan resident 1999-2015, married to a Japanese woman; taught cross-cultural psychology 2004-2015 at Kansai Gaidai University, Hirakata-shi, Japan; Bangkok resident 2015-present; teaching psychology at the Graduate School of Psychology at Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand. Frequent stays in India, Thailand, Cambodia, Japan, and China since 1972.

Chiang Mai

Martin Donnelly, MFT (California license number 27772)
Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand
Phone: 0930072728
Email: mdonnell36@msn.com
Website:
Nationality: USA and UK
Languages Spoken: English
Religious Affiliation: I am a practicing Buddhist.
Clinical Specialties: I have been licensed as an MFT for over 20 years (since 1991) and I have a lot experience with domestic violence and high conflict couples. That population means I have done a lot of work with children going through their parents divorces and individuals coming out of sundered relationships. PTSD, anxiety, depression and grief all come with the territory as well as substance abuse in it’s many forms.
Cross-Cultural Experience: I recently had a practice in Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City) for about a year. As a child I grew up in Malaysia and Hong Kong (6 years in all) and the balance in the UK. I lived in North America for over thirty years (first Canada then the USA).

Dean Garrison, M.S.
Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand
Phone: +66 080 845 3820
Email: dean.garrison001@gmail.com
Website: www.cmattentioncenter.com
Nationality: USA
Languages Spoken: English
Religious Affiliation:
Clinical Specialties: Over 30 years experience providing psychological and mental health services to children, teens, adults, couples & families. Specialties include treating depression, anxiety, ADHD and learning problems, self-defeating behaviors, anger difficulties, couple problems, difficulties associated with separation and loss, behavior and impulse control problems, communication problems, working with international schools. I take a compassionate, holistic, solution-focused approach focused on helping individuals achieve positive and lasting change.
Cross-Cultural Experience: Experience addressing the needs unique to multi-cultural couples and families and “third culture” kids.

Nicholas Harris MBSCH PDC. Hyp Clinical Hypnotherapy
Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand
Phone: 091 0674352
Email: info@practical-healing.com
Website: www.practical-healing.com
Nationality: English
Languages Spoken: English, conversational Dutch
Religious Affiliation: Tibetan Buddhist
Clinical Specialties: Addiction recovery, confidence boosting, anxiety related disorders, stress management, goal setting, life coaching, emotional development, the art of inner relationship and spiritual growth
Cross-Cultural Experience: I have twelve years of international experience in private clinical practise. During that time I have worked in England, Holland, Ireland, India and Thailand. My life work is to promote the use of consciousness for healing. My passion is the practical application of spirituality in daily life. I integrate different therapy modalities in the personal work that I offer. Therapy is tailored to the beliefs and needs of the client. I am married to a Thai national.

Countrywide

Kevin J. Fleming, Ph.D.
Location: Thailand (and worldwide: travels to client countries)*
* Grey Matters International is a “one stop shop” global psychological consulting firm that leverages powerful neuroscience technologies and methods for ex-pats and their families. We work in a ‘we come to you’ fashion and can help all your personal,relationship and family/children mental health needs quickly and effectively.
Phone: 1-877-606-6161  (if calling from outside USA: 1-918-949-1972)
Email: info@greymattersintl.com
Website: www.greymattersintl.com
Nationality: USA
Languages Spoken: English
Religious Affiliation: Open to All Religious/Spiritual Orientations
Clinical Specialties: Mood disorders, stress/burnout, relationship conflict, addiction, OCD, ADD/ADHD, brain injury, trauma, sleep concerns, high performance and career counseling
Cross-Cultural Experience: Worked with clients on 5 continents on their private mental health needs and have advised many multi-cultural “professionals, executives, leaders” on their culture change needs affecting many employees and their unique values