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Kim Kardashian West has daily counselling

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Kim Kardashian West has daily counselling

Kim Kardashian West has seen a therapist every day since she was gagged and robbed at gunpoint in Paris last month.

The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who has kept a low profile since the horrific ordeal in France - has been having daily counselling sessions to help her get over the incident because she keeps experiencing flashbacks and nightmares.

A source told Us Weekly magazine: "She's [Kim has] been having nightmares and flashbacks. She's talking to a therapist every day, usually via Skype [online video], phone or in person."

The 36-year-old beauty is refusing to leave her home in Los Angeles, which she shares with her husband Kanye West and their two children North, three, and Saint, 11 months, and has cancelled all of her public appearances since the robbery.

Kim - who is an avid user of social media - has also been inactive on her Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat account over the past four weeks and has asked her friends and family members to take it in turns to control her website and app.

Although she's largely stayed indoors over the past month, Kim did step out for frozen yogurt with her best friend Jonathan Cheban on October 24, before attending her husband Kanye's 'Saint Pablo' concert in Los Angeles a few days later.

She also made an appearance at her half-sister Kendall Jenner's 21st birthday party last week but hired three off-duty police officers to keep an eye on her during the bash.

The brunette beauty's decision to hire officers came days after she reportedly sacked her personal guard Pascal Duvier.

Kim and Kanye decided to "let go" of the bodyguard after he failed to protect her from the robbers, who stole jewellery from her worth an estimated $8.5 million, because he was looking after her sister Kourtney Kardashian at the time instead.

The decision no doubt infuriated Pascal as he's protected the businesswoman since 2013 and her husband since 2012.