Rehabilitation for substance abuse and other mental health issues is often more complicated for the world’s elite, especially if patients want as much anonymity as possible so that no one knows they are seeking treatment.
However, access to money means that they have access to the most exclusive rehab facilities in the world. To many, the most exclusive is synonymous with one name: REMEDY Wellbeing.
Remedy Wellbeing is rehab for the rich and famous. It is the world’s first $1 million-plus rehab center. A private, international facility that specializes in the rehabilitation of VIPs, the affluent and other high-profile individuals.
REMEDY is perhaps the world’s most exclusive of all rehabilitation centers and has hosted everyone from Saudi princes and business tycoons to celebrity A-Listers. With only one patient allowed at any one time, REMEDY Wellbeing is the peak of individualized, bespoke, luxury rehab care.
Clients stay in some of the magnificent properties in the World, and the rehab even has its own private 125ft yacht that sails to uninhabited islands in the Andaman ocean. REMEDY wellbeing provides a private escape for individuals and families requiring absolute discretion; Politicians, Executives, Royalty, Entrepreneurs and those subject to intense media scrutiny. The REMEDY is a beyond-luxury-rehab experience and a truly exceptional, World Class program.
In addition to exceptional therapeutic care, clients also gain exclusive access to a chef, personal chauffeur, and car service, a butler, a concierge, and a whole team of psychiatrists, medical doctors, and nurses to provide all the necessary services required during treatment.
All staff are required to sign a strict confidentiality agreement, encrypt their emails, and redact client names in company emails. There is a huge focus on privacy and anonymity, which is not only beneficial to public figures, but also to the treatment process itself, meaning that full focus is on that singular patient for the time that they are in recovery at REMEDY, and that all pressure is removed from them so that they can fully focus on recovery.
In terms of the treatment plans, REMEDY prides itself on building each plan to each patient’s specific needs. As part of their plans, they offer a wide range of therapies, including but not limited to EDMR, yoga, acupuncture, biofeedback, bio-resonance, lifestyle and nutrition counseling, and personal training, alongside the more standard medical and psychotherapy treatments common amongst most rehab facilities.
REMEDY champions the use of biochemical restoration, as they call it, which is a type of functional medicine designed to help treat and prevent problems by balancing mineral and chemical deficiencies in the body and brain. Such treatment is aimed at not only restoring the body to its best physical health but also providing balance to chemical processes that impact mental health, which is designed to help complete mental recovery when combined with psychotherapy.
It must be noted, as might be expected with such exclusive and individualized treatment, that rehab at REMEDY Wellbeing is expensive, costing $304.000 USD for 1 week's executive treatment. However, for the global elite needing specific help and the utmost privacy, REMEDY is the best place you can go for a truly bespoke rehab experience, and the best chance at lasting recovery.
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Alexander Bentley is the Chairman & CEO of Remedy Wellbeing™ as well as the creator & pioneer behind Tripnotherapy™, embracing ‘NextGen’ psychedelic bio-pharmaceuticals to treat burnout, addiction, depression, anxiety and psychological unease.
Under his leadership as CEO, Remedy Wellbeing™ received the accolade of Overall Winner: Worlds Best Rehab 2022 by Worlds Best Rehab Magazine. Because of his incredible work, the clinic is the world’s first $1 million-plus exclusive rehab center providing an escape for individuals and families requiring absolute discretion such as Celebrities, Sportspeople, Executives, Royalty, Entrepreneurs and those subject to intense media scrutiny.