Services Overview

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Services Overview

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The Cabin Singapore provides world-class, comprehensive addiction treatment for all types of addictions. As part of The Cabin Addiction Services Group, an internationally recognized and highly respected leader in addiction treatment and behavioural health, The Cabin Singapore offers innovative, effective treatment for substance and process addictions using our own unique Recovery Zones method. We employ only the best addiction treatment specialists with extensive knowledge and experience in treating the complex disease of addiction. In addition to effective addiction treatment, our clinical team is highly skilled in both identifying, and treating co-occurring mental health issues to ensure lasting, relapse-resistant recovery.

We offer treatment and counselling for all types of addiction including:

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In addition to the outpatient services listed above, The Cabin Singapore has privileged access to two of the world’s top inpatient clinics, The Cabin Chiang Mai and The Edge. Learn more about our residential rehab facilities.

Addiction Treatment Services


Demanding work and family life often means people find it hard to get the treatment they need to overcome their addictions. This is especially true in a city such as Singapore. However, addiction does not go away by itself and only gets worse over time. Finding proper treatment is imperative to ensuring a positive future for those suffering from addiction.

Given this, The Cabin Singapore has developed a range of treatment options designed to effectively tackle addiction. Featuring our intensive tailored programme known as Recovery Zones, the gold standard in addiction treatment besides an inpatient programme, the clinic offers the following services:

The Cabin Singapore is also involved in the wider community. The links below will direct you to more information about our work with schools, businesses and other behavioural health practices.

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Recovery Zones

Our Intensive Outpatient Rehab Programme

The Cabin Singapore’s outpatient treatment programme is a 6-month treatment plan catering to clients’ individual needs based on our clinical assessment. Over the 6-month term, clients will have the opportunity, determined by clinical needs, to select groups from our à la carte offerings. Combined with group treatment, clients will also attend individual sessions 1-3 times weekly based on their specific needs. Group sessions are 60 minutes; individual sessions are 50 minutes. Long-term addiction recovery has been proven to be best attained by stepping down treatment over an extended period of time. Our flexible group offerings allow for clients to create a more moderate treatment plan after completing their initial 6 months.

Groups offered throughout the weekday evenings are:

What is Addiction? / Mind Mapping
Experiential Trauma Group
Recovery Zones
Relapse Prevention Continuing Care Group
Family Programme
ABCs of CBT 
Recovery Vision & S.M.A.R.T. Goals
Boundaries & Co-dependency
Trauma Skills

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Recovery Zones – Groups

What is Addiction? / Mind Mapping
Monday Evenings 6.00 – 7.00PM
Clients are taken through an overview of the disease of addiction. They will be introduced to the evidence proving that addiction is a primary disease, develop an understanding of cross-addiction and an overview of the 12-Step approach to recovery. Clients will also be given the opportunity to present their own evidence of their disease using Mind Maps. Interactive discussions centre on how the disease is still present in their lives, even though they are abstinent from the substance or behaviour.

Trauma Skills
Monday Evenings 7.45 – 8.45PM
This group is available to clients who have a minimum of 90 days of abstinence and demonstrate stability with their addiction recovery. Psychological trauma and addiction go hand in hand. While addiction is a primary disease, many trauma survivors experience deep, intolerable emotional and psychological pain that they often soothe with alcohol, drugs, food and sex. In the trauma skills group, clients will gain an understanding about their trauma and its neurobiological origins, then go on to develop skills that enable them to cease their dysfunctional patterns of emotional regulation and develop positive alternatives necessary for healing and fulfilment.

Family Programme
Tuesday Evenings 6.30 – 9.00PM
Mounting research-based evidence points to the importance of family in helping an individual achieve long-term recovery. Family members of those suffering from addiction are invited to attend this supportive and educational group where they can learn about and participate in their loved one’s recovery and also begin their own healing and recovery from addiction. Family and friends of those suffering from addiction frequently experience depression, anxiety and stress. Our Family Programme is designed to help equip family members to cope with these stressors, and maintain their resilience in the face of such difficulties. Additionally, as their loved ones participate in active recovery, many new questions arise that will be addressed in this group.

The Cabin Singapore’s Family Group is open to those who have a family member willing to engage with our services, as well as those whose loved ones are not yet willing to engage in treatment.

ABCs of CBT  
Wednesday Evenings 6.30 – 7.30PM
“Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is perhaps one of the most frequently used psychotherapeutic orientations, with considerable research supporting its effectiveness and adaptability in clinical practice,” according to the US National Registry of Evidence Based Programs and Practices. Clients will gain an understanding of the ‘ABC’ model of dissecting their problematic thinking and behaviour, in order to lead a happier and healthier life. CBT is proven effective in treating depression, anxiety and addiction. Clients will actively engage in CBT practices in this group.

Recovery Vision & S.M.A.R.T. Goals
Wednesday Evenings 7.45 – 8.45PM
A significant portion of treatment is focused on the behaviours and thinking patterns of the past, in order to learn and correct those patterns. This group offers an opportunity for clients to focus their efforts on creating a successful future. Clients are guided through an exploration of their personal core values and apply them to the 4 major areas of their life: relationships, work/ education/ vocation, social life and recovery. They will create S.M.A.R.T. (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time-bound) goals in order to achieve their optimal life. Weekly sessions give clients the accountability, support and education needed to realise their full potential.

Experiential Trauma Group
Thursday Evenings 6.30 – 9.00PM
Complex psychological trauma may be defined as a persistent set of neuropsychological maladaptations that occur as a result of an individuals’ prolonged exposure to extreme stress. The individual becomes overwhelmed and the nervous system adapts by putting the brain either on high alert or by disconnecting the brain from a reality that it perceives as inherently threatening. The end result is that the individual becomes unable to self-soothe in a healthy way. They become prone to extreme emotional responses like rage and a profound sense of despair, develop a fractured sense of self driven by toxic shame and have severe difficulties in their relationships.

Neuroscience has shown that much of this process is rooted in the emotional and survival brain. As such, talk therapy with its emphasis on cognition is unable to engage with the root process. Known as treatment of choice for trauma, experiential trauma therapy is designed to help individuals directly re-experience the painful emotional memory of their traumatic experiences, re-process and release them in a calibrated and safe way.

“Experiential therapy allows trauma survivors to access their emotions, integrate mind, body and spirit, and reconnect with their authentic selves.” – Buddy Horne, Clinical Specialist at The Ranch Treatment Center.

Recovery Zones
Friday Evenings 6.30 – 7.30PM
This holistic approach to addiction recovery assists clients in identifying the early warning signs of a relapse. It is often seen that relapse is not an event, but a process that begins long before the actual behaviour. Clients are guided through the 3 major zones of recovery. They will build on their understanding of their triggers, slippery behaviours, toxic emotions and negative thinking patterns that might lead to relapse. Client presentations and open discussions about relapse prevention will clarify the ‘Recovery Zone’ needed for successful treatment.

Boundaries & Co-dependency
Friday Evenings 7.45 – 8.45PM
Clients will be introduced to the concept of co-dependence and unhealthy patterns in relationships. A thorough discussion of boundaries, boundary failures and boundary violations will be offered. Clients will understand the underlying issues that drive enmeshed and avoidant relationships and how healthy boundaries can heal those relationships. The concept of love addiction will also be explored. CBT tools will be utilized to better achieve healthy and intimate relationships.

Specialist Monthly Groups by Demand
1. Relapse Prevention Continuing Care Group
Specialist Groups

This group caters to clients who have entered later stages of recovery. They have completed residential and/or intensive out-patient treatment and are offered the opportunity to continue their recovery work.  This group facilitates an environment for clients to review and share recovery experiences, aftercare plans, sobriety goals and how they are navigating early recovery outside of structured environments.  Some groups may involve specific and helpful education pieces while others will be more open for client issues and suggestions for discussions.  The groups are facilitated by a counsellor but clients are encouraged to take an active role and bring to group issues relevant to them.

 

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Our Schedule

Our office is open from 9.30am to 6pm for all enquires and for scheduling appointments.Individual addiction counselling sessions and group sessions take place between 1pm and 9pm, Monday to Friday

Please see the schedule below for more details.

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