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The Cabin Clinical Team Clinical department

The Cabin Chiang Mai is the premier residential mental health and addictions treatment center in Asia, located in Thailand. Our patients can expect top-notch medical and clinical care, as well as warm and compassionate hospitality from our Thai staff. Our clinical team is composed of highly trained individuals with unique expertise that collaborate to provide personalized treatment. Every team member is carefully selected to assist clients and is committed to supporting them in achieving lifelong recovery through our program. Our team has a particular clinical focus on addressing addiction, depression, anxiety, and trauma.

Why Australian Parents are Worried About Fortnite Addiction

Why Australian Parents are Worried About Fortnite Addiction

Fornite has experienced such worldwide growth that it has become a cultural phenomenon. The game registers close to 40 million players from around the world every month, currently totalling 250 million. And its popularity shows no sign of slowing – the upcoming Fortnite World Cup, with its $100 million purse, promises to stir up yet…

Easy Access to Illicit Drugs Fuels Rising Drug Addiction Problems Among Women in Hong Kong

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Thailand’s War On The Growing Problem Of Female Drug Addiction

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Recognising The Symptoms of Childhood Trauma in Adulthood

Discover how childhood trauma manifests in adulthood with symptoms of PTSD, and explore treatment options at The Cabin Chiang Mai.
How to Make it Through the Day Without Drinking

Useful Tips to Help You Make It Through Each Day Without Drinking

Avoiding triggers and just getting through the next 24 hours is difficult for all recovering alcoholics and more so for those who have only been clean for a few weeks. Learn how to make it through the day without drinking with the help of our tried and tested tips. When you first stop drinking, you’re…
The 10 Most Common Addiction Relapse Triggers

The 10 Most Common Addiction Relapse Triggers

Some people believe that addiction relapse is inevitable – but that is absolutely not true. Being aware of these relapse triggers is your first step towards long-term addiction recovery. One of most effective techniques for preventing relapse is to identify your personal relapse triggers and make a detailed plan on how you will manage them….
Chris Cornell's Widow Opens Up About How Addiction is a Disease

Chris Cornell’s Widow Opens Up About How Addiction is a Disease

Addiction is a disease, not a choice. When it comes to substance abuse, like drug or alcohol addictions, as a society we’ve made strides in getting individuals the help they need. Yet outside of the medical community, many people don’t understand – or believe – that addiction is a disease people often cannot control on…
7 Ways Animal-assisted Therapy Can Help Addiction Recovery

7 Ways Animal-assisted Therapy Can Help Addiction Recovery

Did you know spending just 30 minutes with a puppy can positively affect your brain chemistry? We look at the many benefits of animal-assisted therapy in addiction treatment. If you’re an animal lover, you’re probably well aware of the uplifting effects pets have on your life. Indeed, spending just 30 minutes with a pup can…
How Can We Fight Smartphone Addiction Among Kids?

How Can We Fight Smartphone Addiction Among Young People?

An increasing number of young people say they can’t put down their phones. What are tech giants, parents, and treatment centres doing about it? The Smartphone Addiction? Smartphone addiction, like internet addiction, involves excessive use of the device, especially for social media, messaging, and entertainment. It triggers the brain’s reward centre, leading to compulsive behaviour….