The Royal Tenenbaums star Luke Wilson is convinced he needs to see a psychologist, but is terrified they won't take his actor's health insurance and he'll have to pay for the sessions himself. The star claims he knows he should go to a therapist, but usually procrastinates until the problem passes. He explains, "I get uptight about things, worry about things. "My style is to think, 'Yeah, I really need to go see somebody', and then not do it, and then get over it and think, 'You know what? I'm okay!' "I actually saved some money! I just had to ride out the storm!' But I don't see how it can't help to talk to somebody who's not a friend. "It's one of those things I'm interested in and I know it could help. "I just think, 'How can I find somebody who's good and takes Screen Actors Guild insurance?'"
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