The New York native told the outlet that Wahler's program has been helping her immensely. Graziano — who revealed her issues stem from anxiety, depression and former abusive relationships (which included sexual assault) — stated that Red Songbird has helped her put her life back on track.
Graziano explained she's been partaking in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) that allows for someone to deal with old wounds, but from a distance, and gives recipients a new perspective on how to deal with their pain.
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The reality star also revealed she has been working on herself in therapy in many different ways, including processing groups, anger management sessions, wellness discussions, it was reported.
As many may remember, Wahler has struggled with addiction for years in front of the cameras while on The Hills. In 2019, he revealed that from 18-23 years old he was a "womanizing alcoholic" who had been arrested multiple times and attended numerous rehabilitation centers.
Wahler partnered with Red Songbird that same year to help broaden the foundation's reach and help people by providing education, outreach, resources and treatment scholarships.
As OK! previously reported, Graziano was arrested for a DUI in January of this year. During a February appearance on The Doctors, the author explained many of her addiction issues are related to her mental health conditions.
"I take Adderall every single day of my life. I have ADD, HDHD, PTSD," she said, as she clarified all of her medications have been prescribed by a doctor.