Changing Pathways – The Cabin Addiction Treatment Method

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Our inpatient addiction treatment method is a highly acclaimed and comprehensive programme that encompasses modern, intelligent, physical, and holistic approaches. The Changing Pathways addiction treatment programme at The Cabin Chiang Mai is designed to help individuals struggling with substance and behavioural addictions like gambling, food, sex, and internet addiction. We have different programmes that can be tailored to meet your unique needs, including One Month Accelerated, Two Month, Three Month, and Tailored Duration programs.

Our team of experienced clinical professionals will provide you with personalised care and support, including on-site alcohol and drug detox. We use evidence-based methods like medical consultations, individual and group therapy sessions, and engaging activities to create a positive and supportive environment that promotes healing and transformation.

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Counselling Therapy

The road to recovery is a journey of self-discovery and transformation. Our treatment approach incorporates a variety of evidence-based modalities to address the underlying causes of addiction and cultivate lasting change. Our Holistic Approach:

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for addiction is a therapeutic approach focusing on identifying and changing negative thought patterns and behaviours associated with substance abuse. It helps individuals develop coping strategies, manage cravings, and address underlying issues contributing to addiction, promoting lasting recovery through cognitive restructuring and skill-building.

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EMDR reduces addiction triggers by processing underlying trauma, promoting healthy coping mechanisms for recovery.

Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy (EDMR Therapy)

EMDR for addiction targets underlying traumatic experiences contributing to substance abuse. By processing and desensitizing these memories, it aims to reduce the emotional triggers driving addictive behaviour. EMDR can enhance addiction treatment outcomes by addressing trauma and promoting healthier coping mechanisms, fostering long-term recovery.

Acceptance Commitment Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for addiction emphasises accepting difficult thoughts and feelings while committing to behaviour change aligned with one’s values. It encourages mindfulness, fostering psychological flexibility, and resilience. ACT aims to diminish the impact of cravings and enhance overall well-being, facilitating lasting recovery from addiction.

At The Cabin Chiang Mai, we offer tailored treatment plans to meet each client's specific needs.
Participating in a daily group counseling session

Interpersonal Group Psychotherapy

Group psychotherapy for addiction provides a supportive environment for individuals to share experiences, gain insights, and receive feedback. It fosters a sense of community, reducing isolation and promoting empathy. Group dynamics allow participants to learn from others, build coping skills, and develop a network for ongoing support in addiction recovery.

Nutritionist and Disordered Eating Therapy

Nutritionist counselling for food addiction addresses unhealthy eating patterns and emotional connections to food. It provides personalised guidance to establish a balanced and nourishing diet, promoting physical well-being. Addressing nutritional imbalances and fostering a healthier relationship with food supports individuals in overcoming food addiction and achieving lasting well-being.

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Mindfulness Therapy

Mindfulness for addiction involves cultivating non-judgmental awareness of the present moment, including thoughts and sensations related to cravings. By promoting a focused and accepting mindset, mindfulness helps individuals manage stress, reduce impulsivity, and break the cycle of addictive behaviour, fostering a mindful and healthier approach to life.

Art Therapy. An expressive therapy that uses the creative process of art-making to help improve mental and emotional well-being.

Art Psychotherapy

Art therapy for addiction provides a creative outlet to express emotions and explore self-discovery. It helps individuals process trauma, reduce stress, and develop healthier coping mechanisms. Engaging in artistic activities promotes self-reflection and personal growth, contributing to a holistic approach to recovery and overall well-being.

Yoga Therapy

Yoga for addiction offers physical and mental benefits by combining movement, breath control, and mindfulness. It reduces stress, promotes self-awareness, and helps manage cravings. The holistic approach enhances overall well-being, fostering a mind-body connection crucial in addiction recovery by providing a positive and sustainable outlet for coping and self-improvement.

Yoga helps to harmonise the mind and body.
Spirituality coaching for addiction helps strengthen spiritual beliefs for a more holistic recovery.

Spirituality Coaching

Spirituality coaching for addiction supports individuals in exploring and strengthening their spiritual beliefs and practices. It provides guidance in finding meaning, purpose, and connection, facilitating a sense of transcendence and personal growth. Integrating spirituality into recovery can contribute to a holistic approach, promoting lasting positive change and well-being.

Physical Fitness Therapy

Physical fitness therapy is an integral part of our addiction treatment programme. At The Cabin Chiang Mai, we provide personalised training to help you build resilience, self-esteem, and strength during treatment.

Individual Personal Training

Personal training and fitness support addiction recovery by enhancing physical health, reducing stress, and improving mood. Regular exercise releases endorphins, promoting a positive mindset and helping individuals cope with cravings. It also instils discipline and routine, contributing to a holistic approach for sustained sobriety and overall well-being.

Personal training, comprehensive fitness planning and plenty of exercise options help your body recover.
Muay Thai boxing – part of physical exercise therapy

Muay Thai Training

Muay Thai training for addiction provides physical and mental benefits. The intense workouts release endorphins, reducing stress and enhancing mood. The discipline and focus required in Muay Thai can instil a sense of purpose, promoting self-control and resilience—valuable tools in addiction recovery, fostering a healthier lifestyle and improved well-being.

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Outwards Bounds Therapy

Outward Bound training for addiction combines outdoor challenges with therapeutic elements, fostering teamwork, resilience, and self-discovery. The physical activities and nature immersion promote a sense of accomplishment, self-esteem, and personal growth.

This experiential approach can break destructive patterns, build confidence, and contribute to a transformative journey in addiction recovery.

Step Fellowship

12-step meetings, like those in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA), provide a supportive community and structured approach to recovery. They offer a sense of belonging, accountability, and shared experiences, promoting sobriety through peer support, guidance, and the Twelve Steps, facilitating personal growth and ongoing commitment to abstinence.

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