LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A judge says Lindsay Lohan must undergo frequent therapy sessions now that the actress has successfully completed a court-ordered stint in rehab.
Superior Court Judge James R. Dabney ordered Lohan to meet with a therapist in person three times a month until November 2014.
The ruling came during a progress hearing on Wednesday in Los Angeles. The therapy sessions were recommended by the head of Cliffside Malibu, the facility where Lohan has been living at in recent months.
The "Liz & Dick" star was ordered into rehab and therapy as part of her sentence in a misdemeanor case filed after a June 2012 car accident.
Dabney's ruling states that Lohan can have her therapy sessions by videoconference if she is traveling or living outside of the Los Angeles area.