Celeb moms recommend therapy
These celeb moms open up about therapy and how it's helped them.
Halle Berry admitted to Parade that she attempted suicide when her marriage to baseball player David Justice ended in 1997 and went through sex rehab with her second husband, singer Eric Benet, she credited therapy for helping her.
The soon-to-be mother of two's tumultuous relationship with world-class wet blanket Scott Disick has been documented on the cameras time and time again. Kourtney Kardashian credits couples counseling for keeping the pair together.
Best known as Tony Soprano's fictitious therapist, Lorraine Bracco found herself in the patient’s chair battling a bout of severe depression that followed two divorces and her daughter's rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis.
Victoria Beckham has a lot to deal with. When asked by Vogue UK if she's been to therapy, she quickly dismissed the stigma. However she has now admitted to seeing a therapist for post partum depression.
Cougar Twon star and mother of one, admitted to New York Magazine's Vulture blog that shes been to therapy because she's constantly feeling disrespected.
There's little in Bethany Frankel's life that isn't filmed — and that includes her therapy sessions. While her therapist reportedly did the reality show to promote counseling as a treatment.
Brooke Shields' fight to eliminate the stigma of receiving treatment for postpartum depression gained worldwide attention upon the release of her book, Down Came the Rain: My Journey Through Postpartum Depression.
Jennifer Garner is proof that even the most grounded of stars still fall apart sometimes. Following her divorce from ex-hubby Scott Foley in 2003, she sought professional help. “I had a lot of growing up to do,” Garner told Parade Magazine.
Sheryl Crow isn't shy about talking about her ongoing battle with depression or the drugs that helped her climb out. "Antidepressants helped and so did therapy, but depression is a chemical thing that some people go through."
Catherine Zeta-Jones didn't set out to become a bipolar II disorder treatment advocate, but that's what happened when the Chicago star and mother of two was admitted to a mental health facility for it back in 2011.
Before Harry Potter, JK Rowling's life seemed very bleak. She had split from her first husband and was left to raise her daughter as a single mom. Contemplating suicide, Rowling eventually turning to counseling for help.