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  • You pop your eyes in.

  • You reset your nervous system.

  • Would it be correct in saying that

  • this is the most expensive rehab in the world?

  • I would say that's probably the truth, yeah.

  • You're coming here as an addict, extremely vulnerable.

  • Helps with the circulation.

  • This creates more energy.

  • It's the diagnostic and the treatment.

  • Bioresonance tests, which have no scientific backing.

  • I just don't know how you could do it.

  • How are you feeling?

  • I actually felt that the money was killing me.

  • It was very lonely.

  • If you carry on,

  • you will develop a habit.

  • Do you know what you're feeling now?

  • [High Society]

  • [The World's Most Expensive Rehab]

  • Paracelsus is the world's most expensive rehab,

  • and it costs, I think, 300 grand.

  • No, not 300 grand.

  • God, how much was it?

  • Three hundred grand a month.

  • It costs 300 grand a month.

  • There is a luxury apartment,

  • 24-hour live-in therapists, psychiatric assessment,

  • addiction assessment, brain analysis.

  • All these people around this table will be discussing me.

  • I don't know if they're gonna find that

  • that I'm basically a broken human being.

  • Growing up in central London,

  • a lot of people who work in the media,

  • it's become quite normalised,

  • the drinking and the casual drug taking.

  • Paracelsus is completely different to what I've seen previously.

  • I've tried cognitive behavioral therapy, I did AA for a while,

  • where it's all about group therapy.

  • This is like a one-on-one therapy session.

  • I'm very keen to get there.

  • -Sydney, so nice to meet you. -Welcome to Zurich.

  • Nice to meet you.

  • Welcome.

  • Thank you. Thanks so much for having me.

  • Now that I'm on my way to spend a free weekend

  • at the world's most expensive rehab,

  • I'm really interested to see whether money can solve all problems.

  • -Oh, this is great. I love it. -Do you like it?

  • I love it.

  • Do you play piano?

  • No, I can't.

  • This is the therapy room.

  • How are you, you OK?

  • Yeah, I'm good. How you doing?

  • It's all a bit crazy when you arrive.

  • Yeah, it is.

  • Yeah, a bit kind of nerve-racking.

  • Oh, it's beautiful.

  • How do you feel now?

  • I feel fine. It's obviously a strange setup.

  • Yeah.

  • -Alright. -Bye.

  • He lives in this penthouse apartment and he doesn't leave.

  • How are you feeling now?

  • Bit hungry.

  • Let's see if Magda prepared a nice juice.

  • -Please. -Thank you so much.

  • It was really weird walking into a room

  • and having a team of people waiting on me.

  • I kind of just wanted to run and hide.

  • We do, in a way, create a kind of symbolic family.

  • So Magda's like Mummy

  • and I can be a bit like Daddy.

  • Magda can cook.

  • Eating with a stranger is awkward enough

  • without them also being paid to analyze you.

  • I've got a charity for saving drowning fish.

  • Huh?

  • After some strange small talk,

  • I was straight into my first therapy session.

  • Start from the beginning.

  • My parents separated when I was about seven years old.

  • I lived with my mum and then I just remember

  • being very worried at school.

  • Started drinking when I was 13.

  • -So you began drinking alcohol at 13? -Yeah.

  • I was terrified of drugs for ages,

  • and then I just went a bit madder.

  • And then I wasn't scared of pills, suddenly.

  • And then I was like, taking it...

  • I wasn't really scared of many drugs.

  • From 17 to 21, I was just constantly pissed, or like...

  • on a comedown... I was just delusional.

  • What?

  • I'm just wondering about

  • your relationship with your dad, that's all.

  • I've come to terms with being accepting,

  • but obviously I haven't.

  • Have I?

  • You tell me.

  • I don't know.

  • So you were using coke up until last year?

  • I still do a bit of coke now and then.

  • Does it help you?

  • No, it makes me feel ****.

  • Why do you do it then?

  • Because if I'm pissed, I'll do a little line.

  • Do you want to stop?

  • Yeah. I find it really hard

  • because it's so normalized amongst everyone.

  • I just think you've got to maybe try to stay away from things that

  • currently don't really help you.

  • Next on my program is a session of

  • something called biochemical restoration,

  • which uses bioresonance technology.

  • Dr. Odell, Sydney.

  • This would be to test my intolerances

  • in order to temporarily change my diet.

  • -Woah, what have we got there? -So, this is really not so good.

  • This is the Buckwheat, you're allergic.

  • I was holding a rod,

  • my finger was tapped into something,

  • I was very bemused with what was going on at the time.

  • You are allergic against the herring.

  • You are allergic against salmon.

  • I just had salmon.

  • Duck feathers.

  • Similarly with the Metatron, they were scanning my body

  • and then they were finding the bits that weren't right within my body,

  • and then downloading some sort of treatment to my body via a computer.

  • If I see your lymph node has not enough energy,

  • I can give him energy.

  • What?

  • It's the diagnostic and the treatment.

  • So you just click a button?

  • Computer is creating, there is--

  • It's so bizarre.

  • There is something behind.

  • It's in, behind.

  • I had never experienced or heard of anything like these tests.

  • And this is hundred percent gold and it helps to quit the allergies.

  • Oh, wow.

  • I mean, I'd just been given a solid gold sticker

  • to heal my previously unknown herring and duck feather allergies.

  • I love herring.

  • When does it start kind of working?

  • Oh, it started immediately.

  • OK, thank you.

  • You're welcome.

  • So far, the main things that set Paracelsus apart from

  • other elite rehabs are the strange body assessments

  • and the 24/7 live-in therapist, Louis.

  • I wanted to find out more about

  • where these novel approaches came from,

  • so I met with the company's founder.

  • What do you get for that price tag that other places can't provide?

  • Many things.

  • So, what's the thinking behind the live-in therapist?

  • It's basically something we invented.

  • If we have one client at a time, that person cannot stay alone.

  • How do your clients receive that?

  • Initially, it can be annoying,

  • but I think all of them very quickly come to really appreciate the role

  • and the person of the live-in therapist.

  • Stuff like bioresonance, how does it work?

  • To be honest, I was quite skeptical initially

  • when when we started working with it

  • because to understand the mechanisms is immensely complex,

  • and it's not something that you can tie directly back to what's taught

  • in medical school today.

  • We never rely fully on it.

  • We always double check with the labs.

  • But the bioresonance, we can really start immediately

  • with the right treatment applications.

  • I'm just gonna google a few things around bioresonance tests.

  • Small dessert.

  • Oh, thank you so much.

  • So enjoy.

  • -Thank you. Thank you. -You have a rest.

  • Bioresonance, electrodermal testing,

  • there is little or no scientific rationale for these methods.

  • I just feel that when you're in a desperate position

  • as an addict coming here, you will take these bioresonance tests...

  • and not question them.

  • When maybe you should.

  • Hello?

  • Oh, Magda.

  • Dinner is served.

  • Dinner is served, please.

  • That's your room, this is my room.

  • If at any time during the night you need to talk,

  • just come and get me.

  • It's 6:30 am, and I'm being taken to the Dolder Grand,

  • which is the off-site spa for the Paracelsus.

  • It's probably the most luxury spa I've ever been to.

  • It would definitely work for the 300-grand-a-monthers.

  • I mean, you've got everything here.

  • Definitely keeps up a certain standard of living

  • which I'm sure everyone's used to.

  • I'm not used to hot stone baths.

  • And now, try to relax.

  • OK, I don't know if I can relax.

  • **** hell!

  • I can't do it.

  • ****! ****!

  • ****. OK, can I come out?

  • Oh, ****.

  • Oh, I've got frostbite.

  • This does feel like the antidote to unhealthy sesh living,

  • but also what you might use to refresh

  • and get right back on it the next day.

  • I'm hoping Louis's not going to take me aside at breakfast,

  • it's getting quite intense having him...

  • Any five minutes spare you have in between testing,

  • Louis's there...

  • wanting to have a chat about how you feel.

  • And, quite frankly, now I just don't feel up for chatting.

  • How are you?

  • I feel fine.

  • So how are you really?

  • What do you want me to say for how I am?

  • I mean, I'm fine.

  • There's not much more I can...

  • Just in time for the next meal,

  • a dietitian arrives to tell Magda the 1,000 things

  • I now supposedly can't eat.

  • Fish, I know is struck off quite a lot,

  • but there are still a few things left here which would be ideal for you.

  • I don't know if you're big on shellfish.

  • No, not really.

  • In addition, so food-wise, lots of fruits were taken off.

  • A lot of nuts were taken away.

  • Ultimately, variety is key.

  • How does the way you manage your diet

  • help overcoming substance abuse problems?

  • It wouldn't help you overcome a substance abuse,

  • but it would help with the person's mood.

  • Thank you so much.

  • Even though Magda's food is pretty good,

  • my mood is just not improving.

  • -No using the phone. -Pardon?

  • No using the phone.

  • It felt more intense today.

  • Yeah, I did nearly tell Louis to **** off.

  • I love Louis, but I just don't know how you could do it

  • every day.

  • I just feel a bit claustrophobic

  • and completely surrounded by people I don't really know.

  • You know, you can't go out for walks.

  • I don't like it.

  • Hello?

  • This is intermittent hypoxic therapy.

  • We do cycles of low oxygen, this creates more energy.

  • It