Gimme More Treatment: Britney Spears To Attend Intensive Outpatient Sessions After Inpatient Release

Britney Spears Outpatient Treatment Plans Revealed
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Apr. 29 2019, Updated 6:38 p.m. ET

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Britney Spears may have been released from an inpatient mental health facility last week, but it does not mean that she is completely back to a normal routine. RadarOnline.com can exclusively report the "Stronger" singer is now undergoing an intensive outpatient program for her ongoing issues.

"Britney finished her inpatient treatment, and the doctors signed off on her leaving. But she is going to stay out of the spotlight for a while, and is really taking some time to focus on herself and her recovery," a family insider said.

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"She's doing outpatient three days a week. She is doing yoga, working out and meditating as well. They want to make sure that she adheres to their plan, which includes taking her medication as prescribed."

After finishing a 30-day stint at a southern California wellness center on Wednesday, April 24, the 37-year-old star — who voluntarily entered treatment to stabilize her medication and cope with her father Jamie's deteriorating health — spent the weekend at home with her two sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James.

In addition to her boys, Britney has other loved ones by her side. Her mother Lynne, 63, and boyfriend,Sam Asghari, 25, have been staying with Britney at her home since she was released last week.

"Her family is with her around the clock and they are making sure that she is not alone right now," the source said.

Fortunately, Britney is willing to keep going down the right path, the insider insisted:m"She is trying really hard to get back to the place she was before her father got sick."

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