Process Addiction Counselling

Process Addiction Treatment

Effective counselling for process addictions at The Cabin Bangkok

Process addiction is a compulsive behaviour that involves things other than chemical use.  While most people associate addiction with drugs or alcohol, process addiction centres on actions, behaviours or rituals that share most components of a chemical addiction, but often is a more subtle and “socially acceptable” form.

The most common process addictions we see at The Cabin Bangkok are:

  • Gambling
  • Sex
  • Internet
  • Pornography
  • Shopping

People often ask when a “bad habit” crosses the line into addiction?  The simplest answer is that a habit or behaviour has become an addiction when it:

  1. Deviates from what is considered normal.
  2. Causes distress to the person experiencing it.
  3. Negatively impacts some aspect of the person’s life.
  4. The person with the behaviour is unable or unwilling to stop or decrease the behaviour for any significant length of time.

Residential Rehab Treatment for Process Addiction at The Cabin Chiang Mai

The Cabin Chiang MaiThe facilities at The Cabin Chiang Mai are set in a serene mountainside location surrounded by lush, tropical gardens. Our rehabilitation centre combines clinical care from the West and friendly hospitality from the East to create a unique inpatient addiction rehab centre. The programme boasts a 96% programme completion rate. While we do focus on the physical and medical wellbeing of our clients, it is not our sole focus, and we also offer holistic exercises that will help get both the mind and the body of our clients healthy. The Cabin Chiang Mai offers a safe and discreet facility for Bangkok residents to start their new lives in recovery.

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Contact us now to learn more about our services and to arrange a confidential assessment. Fill out the short form on the top right, or call us directly on +66 2 107 2545, to start your journey to recovery now.

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