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After Casey Anthony was released from prison
, her attorney, Jose Baez, said she would seek psychological treatment.
Now, a source close to Anthony tells PEOPLE exclusively that the Florida woman has been seeing a grief counselor – and will soon start seeing a female psychiatrist.
"She needs serious help," says the source. "We'll see what this counseling will do."
Anthony has traveled extensively since her acquittal
, but she is now back in Florida
while she serves a one-year probation on a check fraud case.
Baez, who did not immediately return calls for comment, previously said that Anthony needed treatment for the trauma of losing her child and her subsequent incarceration.
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