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Casey Anthony has “obvious mental health issues.” That is obvious.

What was less clear is how and where she would treat them. Well, it appears that she is receiving professional psychiatric help at home in Florida.

She’s concerned about leaving home – where she’s serving probation for a check fraud conviction – but knows she needs help, a TMZ report says.

Parents of Casey Anthony on Dr. Oz

Not healthy.

Whatever you think happened, there is a lot of work to be done here.

The solution to get the help she needs while circumventing death threats is to have a “team” of mental health professionals visit her regularly.

Casey Anthony has also employed the help of a spiritual adviser.

The 25-year-old, who was acquitted of murdering her toddler, denied killing little Caylee Anthony, but attributes her undeniably bizarre behavior when her daughter went missing in 2008 to serious mental health deficiencies.

Sources close to Anthony say she needs to cope with the “obvious trauma of losing her child.” Guilty or not, spending nearly three years behind bars in solitary confinement while awaiting trial for murder didn’t help.

“It messed with her head,” said a source.

Casey is also bettering herself by going to college online.