Addiction is a disease, not a moral failure.
At Sanctuary Mauritius we do not define people by their addiction; everyone is so much more than an addict. We’re Mothers, Fathers, Sons and Daughters; we are doctors, engineers and carpenters.
Most of us are excellent at many things in our life, so why should we be identified by one part of it that is not going well? A person with diabetes is a diabetic but that doesn’t define their life and future, it means they have a disease that needs treatment and lifelong care, addiction is no different.
Since addiction is a complex disease it requires complex addiction treatment. At Sanctuary Mauritius we are here to help.
We take a holistic approach to treating addiction, please don’t confuse holistic to mean non-medical, in the case of Sanctuary Mauritius we take a medical approach to treating the disease of addiction with complimentary Eastern treatments in order to treat the whole person; mind body and spirit. If you are struggling with addiction, call us now, we are here to help.
Dr Siddick qualified as a medical doctor at Dublin University and worked for several years in the UK National Health Service.
Feeling a need to expand his knowledge into different systems of healing, he travelled eastward, studying in France with the father of modern auriculotherapy (ear acupuncture), Dr Paul Nogier, a man who could cure many diseases just by inserting needles into the patient’s ear.
Later he travelled to the Far East, the birthplace of healthcare, to study Ayurveda in Sri Lanka, and Acupuncture in China, Hong Kong and Singapore. For the past 35 years he has been using his vast knowledge and clinical skills to treat patients suffering from a wide spectrum health issues including, stress-linked conditions, chronic pain, chronic disease, addiction, physical and mental burnout as well as traditional medical needs.
During Dr. Siddick’s career, he has studied and treated patients suffering from addiction, substance abuse and misuse as a regular part of his practice. With a strong belief in blending modern medical practice and traditional Eastern medicine he brings a professional holistic approach to treatment that is unique in the world. At Mauritius Rehab Dr. Siddick is on site daily and personally treats clients with regular counseling sessions as well as looking after their medical needs.
At Sanctuary Mauritius, we have a team of doctors, psychologists and counselors who are highly trained in treating addictions. We work together with a team of holistic therapists to help the patient regain his balance within a short time. Based on lab results, identified deficits can be restored and the brain biochemistry can be balanced, thus relieving the cravings and dependency of the addiction. We offer daily classes of yoga, tai chi, meditation and acupuncture to help rebalance the mind-body-spirit, as each patient has an individually designed program to give him optimum benefits within a short time span.
Patients fly to us from all over the world seeking treatment. They come in with broken souls, exhausted physically and mentally from the stress of lying, hiding and denying. Our greatest satisfaction is to drive them back to the airport after a few weeks, renewed, positively recharged, at peace and at ease with themselves and looking at a fresh future.
Why choose Sanctuary Mauritius for Addiction Treatment?
Making the decision to get treatment for your addiction is incredibly brave and the absolute right step to make. When finally coming to the decision that you need help, it is important to choose the right center for you. At Sanctuary Mauritius, we are more than a standard addiction treatment clinic; we take a medical approach to treating addiction but do not forget the spiritual and emotional needs of the people who come to us seeking freedom from drugs and alcohol.
Sanctuary Mauritius was founded in 2011 by an internationally recognized medical doctor, Dr. Siddick Maudarbocus. Our program is designed and delivered by Dr. Siddick. Beyond just modern medicine however Sanctuary Mauritius also utilizes Eastern traditional medicine and creates a tailor made program to suit your specific needs. Dr. Siddick specializes in blending modern medicine with traditional evidence based treatments to treat the whole person and not just addictions and symptoms.
Dr. Siddick takes a personal stance in each person’s treatment program by designing and delivering an individually tailored addiction treatment program that is best suited to your specific needs. At Sanctuary Mauritius’s addiction treatment center, we combine psychiatric care with the medical expertise of general physicians, nursing professionals, licensed counselors and alternative treatment to provide the best program for lasting recovery.
Contact us today to learn more about our effective approach to addiction treatment.
Believing that excellence can only begin with our staff, Sanctuary Mauritius has assembled a multidisciplinary clinical team that includes medical doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health workers, drug and alcohol abuse counselors, and nurses. The medical staff and auxiliary staff have been handpicked for their specific skills and client focus. Without them, we would be nothing more than a medical clinic. In Mauritius we are extremely fortunate to have a large pool of internationally trained experts with decades of Western experience residing locally.
Dr Joseph Sam Soon
Dr. Sam Soon received his medical degree at the Faculty of Medicine of Marseille, France and then continued with a specialization in psychiatry at the same facility. After working in several different hospitals in France, Dr. Sam Soon returned to Mauritius where he has private practice and works with our clients at Sanctuary Mauritius.
Dr Joseph is bilingual in English and French and registered with the Medical Council of Mauritius, he has specialized training in the following fields:
• Psychiatric emergencies
• General Adult and Child Psychiatry
• Substance Misuse Psychiatry
• Psychotherapy & psychoanalysis
Trained at the University of London in Mental Health Nursing, Farshad is responsible for the ‘caring’ aspects of Sanctuary Mauritius. He has extensive work experience and knowledge in the fields of rehabilitation, substance misuse, acute mental health problems and forensic management. He has acquired international exposure from 2002 to 2009 in the UK.
As a counselor, Farshad’s focus is assisting patients and helping them to achieve a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Farshad is in charge of a team of 8 health care assistants and nursing staff. He aims at maintaining the life balance of our guests. His approach is an equilibrium of professionalism and friendliness which makes our guests feel at ease throughout their journey of self-introspection and retrospection.
Mohsin is our experienced yoga instructor, Reiki master and meditation instructor. He completed his tertiary studies at the Institution of Management in England. He has developed an interest for yoga and meditation since the beginning of his career and pursued several courses in this field. He also worked as guest relations in several 5 star hotels in Mauritius before joining our team. He has contributed his services in various well-known gyms and health centres in Mauritius.
Today at Sanctuary Mauritius, he guides yoga and meditation, Pranic healing, breathing techniques and deep relaxation. Mohsin sees Sanctuary Mauritius as an exceptional platform for him to share his passion and provide top-notch assistance in healing our clients physically, mentally and emotionally.