Ashley Judd recently reflected on why she had to “re-enroll” in trauma therapy after some news outlets released images of her mother’s death and the contents of her suicide note.
in a new interview with Guardian, Ashley revealed that she had completed “Eye Movement Desensitization and Retreatment (EMDR) therapy.” However, she had to return to the trauma center to deal with media reports about the death of her mother, Naomi Judd.
“I re-enrolled myself…just to make sure my healing was tangible, robust and lasting,” he said. double jeopardy actress.
After Naomi’s death, Ashley and her family forced state law to amend the law to allow “media access to information” that the family didn’t want exposed to the public eye.
“A dark past in the hands of God will be our greatest asset,” Ashley said, referring to the legislative effort.
She added, “With it, we can avoid the misfortunes and deaths of others.”
Ashley also attacked all media portals for insensitive coverage of her mother’s death. The actress also urged them to adopt the National Suicide Prevention Foundation’s guidelines for responsibly covering newsworthy suicides.
“Each workplace must maintain the highest standards of decency, professionalism, respect and humanity,” says Ashley.
Country musician Naomi committed suicide last April at the age of 76 after a long battle with anxiety and depression.