Program for Treating Gambling Addiction

Home Gambling Addiction Treatment: Your Path to Lasting Recovery

How Do You Know When Gambling is a Problem?

While some people can bet responsibly, others have no control over their urge to gamble. Gambling addiction can be identified by large amounts of time gambling and the negative consequences associated with it.

Some symptoms of gambling addiction include:

  • Concealing the amount of time and money spent gambling
  • Getting into debt as a result of betting
  • Inability to control the impulsive urge to gamble
  • Decreased productivity at work or school
  • Strained relationships with family and friends
  • Co-occurring mental health issues, such as anxiety or depression

How is Gambling Addiction Treated?

When people are in the throes of compulsive gambling, walking away from a losing streak can seem impossible. That’s why gambling addiction is best treated in the early stages before patterns become deeply ingrained. Discussing concerns and symptoms with a therapist is an important first step in determining how to address gambling addiction.

As gambling is a process addiction, changing habits or patterns of behaviour, establishing effective stress management techniques and tackling the underlying causes of addiction are critical. It is also essential to develop relapse prevention skills, allowing those recovering from gambling addiction to leave inpatient or outpatient treatment and return to normal life, armed with the tools to remain free from addiction.

Is Your Gambling Getting Out of Hand?

You do not need to suffer from gambling addiction any longer. Call our team today for a no-obligation assessment to see how we can help you get your life back on track.

The Cabin in Chiang Mai offers effective and confidential treatment for gambling addiction.

Approximately 6 million adults and half a million teens are suffering from gambling addiction in the U.S. alone. Each year, over 7 billion pounds is spent across the UK on gambling, and Australians spend more and lose more money on gambling each year than any other country in the world. Singapore comes next. Unfortunately, many of these people do not seek the gambling addiction treatment that they need.

Our residential treatment centre, part of The Cabin in Chiang Mai, offers clients an environment away from triggers and temptations so they can fully focus on their recovery. Premium villa accommodation in beautiful surroundings includes healthy cuisine, a spacious gym and swimming pools, providing a home away from home.

Clients have access to various different types of therapy to ensure their individual needs are covered. All of our counsellors are Western-trained to the highest standard and we have a number of specialist ‘CSAT’ trained counsellors, who specialise in understanding and treating gambling addictions.

If you are concerned about the impact gambling is having on your life, Fill out the form below this page or call The Cabin today to talk about our treatment programme and receive a confidential consultation.

“This place has lifted me up from a rock bottom (suicide) state. With the support and advice given to me from the staff at the facility, I am well on the way to a great future. One I was never going to have if I hadn’t come to The Cabin.

The earlier an addiction is treated, the higher the success rates are. So contact us today!



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