Changing For The Better With Alastair Mordey, Founder of The Cabin, Thailand and Alpha Sober House

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Alastair started his career as an expert in substance abuse by working in street outreach with dependent drinkers and injecting drug users. From 2005-2010 Alastair led outreach across the borough of Haringey, North London, working in both abstinence and harm reduction settings. After leaving the public sector Alastair went on to become one of the pioneers of addiction treatment in Asia.

He was a founding shareholder and the chief clinical architect of The Cabin Group, based in Thailand, which went on to become the largest residential addiction treatment provider outside the US. As part of The Cabin Group, Alastair pioneered The Edge programme which specifically used Muay Thai and Triathlon training regimens to heal young men of their addictions. 

Throughout this episode, we will talk about Alastair’s journey from being a drug addict into becoming a well-known speaker and writer on addiction issues and having his own company that supports and helps others to become the better version of themselves. 

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Here are a few topics you’ll hear in today’s show… 

  • Changing for the better: Alastair’s journey of change. 
  • Take the plunge into the unknown–take the opportunity to a place where no one wants to go. 
  • The importance of having a mentor in our life.
  • It takes big sacrifices to make big decisions. 
  • Using our past mistakes as a weapon for success.

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