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seek professional help

To request, pursue, or endeavor to obtain treatment or counseling from a psychologist or psychiatrist. At the intervention, we all urged her to seek professional help to deal with her addiction. There's no shame in seeking professional help if you think you're suffering from depression, Mike.
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seek professional help

Euph. to get psychiatric or psychological treatment. If you are seriously thinking of suicide, now is the time to seek professional help. His friends suggested that he seek professional help.
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The show ending is going to send all of the world into seeking professional help" - Actress Gwendoline Christie looking forward to the dramatic ending of Game Of Thrones.
She is seeking professional help from counselors and addiction specialists, a source said.
The taboo associated with speaking about mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety, and seeking professional help is pushing people towards the brink of existence.
Hoops manager Brendan Rodgers said the 28-year-old striker is "seeking professional help".
The decision I made for seeking professional help saved my life and that is why I am here today.
The minister, a former chief of staff to Prime Minister Theresa May, said that he would be seeking professional help to address the issue of sending sexually explicit texts to the women of his constituency.
He said he would be seeking professional help to address his unacceptable behaviour sending sex texts.
The Survey finds that seeking professional help for stress management is still uncommon in Hong Kong.
Research has shown that people are now more inclined towards seeking professional help but still there are a significant number of those who do not seek help despite of having mental issues5.
The Economic Times reports that the anonymity and privacy these apps and websites offer goes a long way in removing the inhibitions those grappling with mental health issues might have in seeking professional help.
For the past 15 years she has been devouring the walls of her house, eating a ton of plaster - and now her husband is seeking professional help in the hope of making her stop.
"Seeking Professional Help: Leasing Success Stories for Markets of All Sizes," a panel at the NAA Student Housing Conference & Exposition in February, provided a few tricks of the trade from top experts.
MORE than half of people affected by dementia have said they waited six months or more after first noticing symptoms of the condition before seeking professional help, according to a survey.
"Mental health issues worsen because of the stigma associated with seeking professional help. This has to do with a lack of awareness."
Summary: Demi Moore is seeking professional help to treat "exhaustion" and "overall health" issues, her spokeswoman has said.