Katie Price reveals she's making amazing progress recovering from PTSD and teases 'new chapter' starts TODAY

KATIE Price has revealed she's making amazing progress recovering from PTSD and teases a 'new chapter' starts TODAY.

The 43-year-old was originally diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder in 2018 and entered The Priory for 28 days to treat it.

Katie has been keeping fans updated on her mental health journey.

It comes after she had another stint at The Priory when she went through a difficult time after she was involved in a horrific car incident last September.

Katie told fans: "I'm so proud of myself and how far I've come changing the ways I now deal with situations that I've now learnt are my trigger points that I wasn't about to control before.

"Thank you to my therapists, consultant and my support network around me."

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Katie teased: "Tomorrow finally is a chapter I've completed in moving forwards.

"I'll let you know tomorrow what it is."

The mother-of-five posted a photo of two books, Recovery from Complex PTSD, and DBT Skills Training: Handouts and Worksheets, to her Instagram Story.

Katie's latest stay at the private treatment facility comes after she pleaded guilty to a dramatic drink-drive crash in which she flipped her BMW while banned from the road in September.

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Katie escaped prison after the crash and has been focusing on her family life and getting her make-up tutorial classes going.

Katie was originally diagnosed with co-morbid post-traumatic stress disorder in 2018 and entered The Priory for 28 days to treat it.

At the time her mother Amy said: “Kate has been her own worst enemy and behaved like an idiot at times but she has been tearing herself apart for years.”

Amy, who has a terminal lung condition, also heaped blame on her daughter’s critics on social media.

She added: “To see what Katie is going through and how she has been treated hurts me and my family.

“No mum or dad wants to see their child treated like this, watch as they crumble, and feel powerless to help. It’s unbearable."

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“She is constantly judged on her kids, her home, work, financial situation, the way she looks, how she dresses and what she does.

“No person can take this kind of pressure and not succumb to it. Of course she has put herself in the public eye but she has been dealing with endless attack as well as my illness."

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