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PETER DOHERTY ENTERS REHAB CLINIC,THE CABIN, CHIANG MAI
Following months of speculation, UK musician Pete Doherty has checked into one of the world’s most respected rehabilitation centres in Thailand in the hope that he can finally beat his addictions.
Doherty flew to The Cabin, in Chiang Mai, Thailand yesterday (26 June) escorted by his manager Andy Boyd. Doherty’s stay at The Cabin will see him undergo a rigorous treatment programme designed to lead to recovery once and for all.
For the last decade, Doherty has battled drug addiction and been in and out of rehab since as far back as 2004. Most recently he confirmed that he is still using heroin and crack cocaine.
This will be the first time Doherty has entered The Cabin, which claims its addiction recovery rate is amongst the highest; utilising the best counselling methods available in the treatment of addiction.
The unique combination of therapy has been designed by Programme Director Alastair Mordey (BA Hons, RDAP, ADAP). Whilst at The Cabin Doherty will undergo extensive Cognitive Behaviourial Therapy (CBT), combined with a modern approach to the traditional Twelve Step method, which has been 'secularised' and 'rationalised' by its clinical team to better suit addiction terminology and treatment, along with workshops in Mindfulness and Mind Mapping.
In addition it is likely Doherty will undertake a tailored exercise programme including yoga and pursuits such as elephant trekking, to create a comprehensive, modern and holistic approach to treatment along with in-house medical care and 24-hour nursing under the supervision of Thailand's foremost expert on addiction and detoxification.
On Doherty’s arrival at The Cabin, Alastair Mordey commented "I think Pete’s decision to come The Cabin indicates his desire enter a truly effective treatment programme far away from the distractions and chaos of life in the UK. Also I think he's probably seen enough of the clinical environment of most western centres and wants to experience life in full colour again”.
Michael Barrymore, who was treated at The Cabin earlier this year, has spoken out of his recovery and has now celebrated 6 months clean and sober.
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