Actor Bradley Cooper says he "loves" therapy as it has helped him to 'grow as a person'.
The 'Hangover 2' actor, who was recently voted the sexiest man in Hollywood, said he didn't seek professional help because of a personal "crisis", Contactmusic reported.
"Oh, God, I love therapy. It was not really a crisis I went in with, just getting turned on to that aspect of wanting to grow as a person. I thought it was fantastic," he said.
Cooper, who has formerly dated the likes of Renee Zellweger and was recently linked to 'Avatar' actress Zoe Saldana, said having to survive on a strict diet and exercise regime for his role in 'The A-Team' was a "crazy" experience.
"I had a crazy training programme. From an aesthetic point of view, yeah, it was unbelievable, but not from a lifestyle point of view. "Halfway through the film, from the scene where I don't appear, I basically started eating pizza and ice cream," he added.