Washington, Nov 26 : American pop princess Britney Spears has been making a great comeback not only with her health but her career too, and rehab experts are worried that it's all happening too fast.
Spears, 26, is making a huge career comeback this week, with an MTV documentary airing November 28, and the release of her album, Circus, on December 2, her 27th birthday.
"Recovery doesn't happen overnight," Fox News quoted Daniel Gatlin, Executive Director of Renaissance Malibu, a residential treatment facility in California, and a former counsellor at the Promises centre where Britney stayed, as saying.
"[This] could be a desperate move to fulfil obligations and the agendas of those around her," he stated.
Indeed, many people are depending on Spears cranking out a few more hits. Since her 1999 debut, she has earned her recording company, Jive Records, 400 million dollars alone.
"There's a lot of pressure and a lot of money at stake, but you can't have a committee making your life decisions," Clifford Bernstein, Medical Director of the Waismann Institute in Beverly Hills, said.
"I'd imagine that work for Britney can be a bad place. Everyone is there to make money off of her, and so they want her to get back to work right away," he added.
According to Gatlin, it sounds like Spears has many issues that remain unresolved.
"Twenty-eight days is just enough to detox and get physically stabilized," he said.
"You need longer to tackle psychological and cultural issues. Her work is very chaotic. It's not about Britney, other than what Britney can provide," he added.
Both experts suggest that Spears needs a psychologist to continue to work with her on tour.
"She needs a recovery plan that helps her find who she is. "She can't let other people define her," he added.