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Chrisley Kids Undergo Therapy Amid Legal Woes

The Chrisley kids are undergoing therapy amid their parents’ legal woes. Savannah Chrisley revealed her struggles with trauma from her upbringing. She spoke out on a recent episode of her Unlocked podcast about how she and her siblings are handing therapy. Keep on reading to learn more.

Savannah Chrisley – Gets Temporary Guardianship

Todd and Julie Chrisley were sentenced to a combined sentence of 17 years in prison. Savannah Chrisley received termporary guardianship of her younger siblings, Grayson and Chloe Chrisley.

This occurred before their parents were sent to federal prison. Julie has addressed the difficulties she faced during her prison sentence.

Chrisley Kids Undergo Therapy Amid Legal Woes

Some of the hardest moments are missing out on Grayson’s senior and Chloe’s first year in junior high. She also missed out on her children’s birthdays and her wedding anniversary. Savannah has a lot of pressure on her shoulders.

Their kids haven’t been doing well. In a recent episode of her podcast, Savannah Chrisley revealed they’re all in therapy. She’s saddened that it’s forcing them to grow up fast. Grayson and Chloe have to learn how to process the rollercoaster of emotions they’re going through.

Savannah Chrisley also shared that she was in therapy. She noticed in her family relationships that she wasn’t good at giving grace.

Savannah had to look past the “picture-perfect image” of their family that was portrayed on Chrisley Knows Best. That’s when she learned how to give everybody grace for their not so perfect moments


Chrisley Knows – Best Alum Undergoes Intensive Therapy

Savannah Chrisley spoke about her trauma. She had to enter an “intensive therapy program” to heal from the decades of trauma she has from her upbringing. The former reality star claims that therapy has been a “game changer” for her menta health.

“I think for me, the whole reason I was going was to help me deal with trauma,” she said. “Like, in my life from childhood to now, there are so many different types of trauma.”

Savannah Chrisley started writing in her diary around her birthday two years ago. She reflected back on an entry that marked the start of her therapy sessions. One of the biggest lessons she learned was how trauma lives in the body.

“You’d see it with me, that’s something happened and it’s triggered something and I break down or fall apart or have a freakout, whatever it may be, because you don’t realize that your body reacts before your mind reacts,” she noted.

The former Sassy by Savannah Cosmetics founder shared that she struggled with trauma for “almost 20 years of my life.” Therapy has been revolutionary for her life. However, Savannah didn’t share what kind of trauma affected her. She only claimed that she relied on it “as an excuse for my poor behavior.”

What are your thoughts on the Chrisley kids ending up in therapy? Does this surprise you? Sound off below in the comment section.

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