The Cabin Singapore is the latest addition to The Cabin’s world-wide network of treatment facilities for both substance abuse and process addictions. The Cabin offers a six-month Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) using its evidence-based Recovery Zones therapeutic model—a three phase education and awareness program which claims a 96% success rate in preventing relapse.
TCS serves not only the Singaporean community, but also those who have completed inpatient treatment at The Cabin’s Chang Mai Thailand facility. With additional facilities in Bangkok, Hong Kong and Sydney, The Cabin is an international network of luxury residential and quality outpatient recovery.
Located in the upscale Novena district, TCS operates out of The Novena Medical Center—also home to The Johns Hopkins Center and National Neuroscience Institute. TCS is easily accessed by public transportation and also near luxury shopping and hotels.
Treatment and Staff
TCS is the only agency in Asia with the ability to provide continuous treatment for addiction and substance abuse beginning with medically supervised inpatient, to IOP followed by traditional outpatient, then sober living and eventual discharge. Following the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) placement protocol, TCS’s comprehensive treatment program allows clients to step-down seamlessly from one level to the next.
After a thorough assessment, clients receive an individualized treatment plan that includes several sessions of group therapy each week along with up to three individual therapy sessions. Each client has a primary counselor who monitors progress through each unique plan that includes goals and an exit strategy.
The Recovery Zones model—developed by The Cabin’s Program Director Alastair Mordey—is based on the latest addiction research and aims to achieve long-term recovery results. In the first phase—the Active Zone—clients learn about the disease of addiction and its impact on their lives with special focus on their own specific addict behavior. During the second phase—the Danger Zone—they learn to identify personal triggers and recognize the ways that addiction manifests in their daily life. Once the client has reached a satisfactory level of stability in their recovery, they begin the third phase—the Recovery Zone—which involves exploration into their individual experiences of trauma and begin a deeper journey of healing by creating “recovery actions” for their health, relationships, work and spirituality. Meditation and relaxation techniques are incorporated into this phase of recovery.
Groups in the program include Boundaries & Codependency, Recovery Vision, SMART Goals, Trauma Skills and a family program which explores how the family system is affected by addiction. Therapists use a combination of techniques including the 12-steps, CBT, and EMDR. Therapy groups have fewer than 12 participants and the current staff-to-client ratio is one-to-three.
TCS supports clients as they step-down gradually from the IOP—first decreasing their group therapy sessions and then their individual sessions. Once appropriate progress has been made, clients may participate in the weekly Continuing Care Group for alumni.
While TCS doesn’t work directly with American insurance companies, counselors will assemble treatment reports free of charge to facilitate clients’ claims. The Cabin will also write reports for courts, parole boards and employment tribunals for an additional fee.
An informative blog is available on TCS’s website that not only educates readers on aspects of addiction, but also explores the particulars of addiction and treatment in Singapore’s strict, and achievement-oriented culture.
The Cabin Singapore offers a multi-phase, comprehensive addiction treatment model that successfully shepherds clients through the most delicate phases of his recovery. The small group sizes and low staff-to-client ratio ensure that counselors can modify treatment plans to best accommodate clients who must continue to meet family and professional obligations while in treatment. With locations throughout the world, The Cabin is an authority on how culture and community can impact and support one another on the road to recovery.
The Cabin Singapore
11-02 Novena Medical Center
10 Sinaran Dr
The Cabin Singapore Cost: $6,980.32 SGD ($5,000 USD per publishing day exchange rate, 90 days). Reach The Cabin Singapore by phone at 65 9011-5953 and by email here. Find The Cabin Singapore on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube and Tumblr
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