Kanye West Enlisting The Help Of Multiple Psychiatrists To Remain Stable

Ford Springer | Contributor

Kanye West is putting together a “coast-to-coast medical team” to help keep him in stable mental condition following his breakdown that kept him at a psych ward for more than a week.

Kanye West looks healthy and relaxed as he is seen SoHo with bleached hair in New York. (Photo credit: Splash News)

(Photo credit: Splash News)

West flew to New York City on Monday to interview a number of psychiatrists who will potentially tend to the rapper when he’s on the East Coast, TMZ reports. The “Famous” rapper already has his West Coast team, but wants to be sure he has the proper care he needs while in Manhattan and elsewhere on the East Coast.

Kanye’s current psychiatrists have been providing “extensive, almost round-the-clock care” and have been focusing on making sure he takes his medications to prevent another crisis. (RELATED: Kanye West Makes Shocking First Appearance Since Being Released From The Hospital)

Kanye West is seen arriving in LA only days after his brother in law, Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna had their baby. (Photo: Splash News)

(Photo: Splash News)

West seems to be doing much better since being released from the hospital, but his medical team is crucial to the rapper maintaining his mental stability.

Stress could send him back over the edge, according to TMZ sources, so Kanye is “focusing on projects that don’t create tension.” (RELATED: Kanye West Refuses To Be The Next Kardashian Disaster)

He’s been focusing on activities that he enjoys like remodeling his Hidden Hills estate and going Christmas shopping for his family. Kanye has also reportedly began making music again, which is encouraging news from the troubled artist.

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