Katie Price reads PTSD recovery and therapy books after leaving The Priory

Katie Price reads PTSD recovery and therapy books after leaving The Priory


Katie Price has revealed her renewed focus on her recovery after leaving the rehab centre The Priory, as she shared a snap of her latest reading list on her Instagram Stories.

The mum-of-five posted an image of two books, Recovery from Complex PTSD, and DBT Skills Training: Handouts and Worksheets.

In the corner, the 43 year old also added a gif to label them as "currently reading".

Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based psychotherapy that aims to support people struggling with self-sabotage, mood disorders and mood swings, while helping the to change behavioural patterns.

Complex PTSD refers to a post-traumatic stress disorder that is accompanied by additional symptoms.

These can include difficulty controlling emotions or distrust in the world and people around you.

Katie's latest update comes after she spent the last few weeks undergoing treatment in The Priory.

The former glamour model was arrested following a car crash near her home in West Sussex in September.

She has since pleaded guilty to drink-driving, driving whilst disqualified and driving without insurance.

The judge agreed to defer Katie's sentencing until December 15 to allow her to complete treatment at a rehabilitation centre.

The star was spotted out and about shopping for her mum's birthday last month, and has now officially returned to social media.

Katie also revealed she is returning to work with her younger sister Sophie Price, as they gear up to release their new children's clothing range called Little Pricey.

"Happy November! It's a new month and I'm so happy to be back working, and spending quality time with my mum and sister @sophie_pricey," the reality TV star told fans alongside a warm selfie with her family.

"My team," Katie then added with a heart emoji.

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