Tiger Woods said he would immediately re-enter his rehabilitation center "for more treatment and more therapy” starting on Saturday. At his televised statement on Friday, he admitted to having received in-patient treatment for the past 45 days, a story RadarOnline.com broke.
"In therapy, I have learned the importance of looking at my spiritual life and keeping in balance with my professional life," Woods said during his apology.
“I need to regain my balance and be centered, so I can save the things most important to me, my marriage and my children,” the golfer added. “That also means relying on others for help. I have learned to seek support from my peers in therapy, and some day hope to return that support to others who are seeking help."
Woods has been seeking treatment at the Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services clinic in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
He is enrolled in The Gentle Path program created by Dr. Patrick Carnes, a pioneer in treatment for sexually compulsive behavior.