International Representation at The Cabin Chiang Mai Addiction Centre’s First Alumni Reunion Reflects the Rehab’s Global Appeal

Former clients from as far as South America, Europe, the Middle East, Australia and, of course, Asia flew into Chiang Mai, Thailand; to congregate on the beautiful riverside lawns of The Cabin Rehab, Asia’s leading addiction treatment centre, for its first Alumni Reunion after four years in operation.

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International clientele at The Cabin Chiang Mai Rehab Alumni Reunion 2014

“What’s my part?” This is a question that the rehab’s counsellors always have clients ask themselves – so as to remind clients to examine their actions and reactions because self-examination is an integral part of recovery.

(PRWEB) February 18, 2014

Former clients from as far as South America, Europe, the Middle East, Australia and, of course, Asia flew into Chiang Mai, Thailand; to congregate on the beautiful riverside lawns of The Cabin Rehab, Asia’s leading addiction treatment centre, for its first Alumni Reunion after four years in operation.

The event, which was attended by over 100 former clients, started with morning tea at 10am – allowing clients to catch up with their peers and counsellors before a welcome speech by Programme Director Alastair Mordey author of the The Cabin’s highly effective and hugely successful treatment programme. Three of the alumni then took to the stage to give an update of their progress in recovery and how their experience at The Cabin had helped transform their lives.

After that, there was a joint Group Sharing Session for alumni and current clients to exchange experiences – which served as great encouragement for clients currently in treatment to persevere with the programme. This was followed by a graduate ceremony where all former clients were presented with medallions inscribed with the Cabin catchphrase “What’s my part?”. This is a question that the rehab’s counsellors always have clients ask themselves – so as to remind clients to examine their actions and reactions because self-examination is an integral part of recovery. The reunion concluded with a delicious celebratory lunch.

The Cabin Chiang Mai is an exclusive substance and process addiction treatment centre with 50 beds that offers resort-style facilities. To date, it has successfully treated over 750 clients from around the world with a 96% programme completion rate. Its success is attributed to its unique treatment model that incorporates a secularized version of the 12 Steps that is culturally friendly along with a combination of evidence-based psychological techniques such as CBT and 3 Circles – which is administered by a highly experienced team of Western-trained psychiatrists, psychologists and counsellors.

For more information please contact The Cabin Chiang Mai directly or their PR representative Edelman Healthcare at:

The Cabin Chiang Mai
Reeya Chaicharas, PR Manager
+66 (0) 80446 8850
reeya(at)thecabinchiangmai(dot)com

Edelman Healthcare
Christie Galloway, Account Manager
+61 (02) 9291 3368
Christie.galloway(at)edelman(dot)com

About The Cabin

The Cabin Chiang Mai is Asia’s leading drug and alcohol treatment centre, with two facilities and a secondary treatment Sober House located in Chiang Mai. Since 2009 the Cabin has treated over 800 men and women from around the world with a programme completion rate of 96% and a recovery rate amongst the highest in the world.

The unique programme at The Cabin combines CBT, 12 Step techniques, mind mapping, mindfulness therapy and physical exercise therapy. A fully inclusive 28 day programme at The Cabin Chiang Mai costs $12,900, about a third of the cost of similar world-class rehab facilities in the West.


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