Jessica Marais has been released from The Sydney Clinic.
The Wrong Girl actress has just completed a four-week inpatient program at the mental health facility, which is located in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs.
According to the Daily Telegraph, the 33-year-old will continue working with the Clinic as an outpatient.
The move comes after the Nine Network announced Marais would star in its upcoming series, Bad Mothers, which has begun production and will start filming in October this year.
Marais will star opposite Love Child’s Mandy McElhinney, and Wolf Creek’s Jessica Tovey, in the series which will explore the “dirty little secrets” hidden “behind the pristine picket fence”.
In the week leading up to the Logies, Marais’ management released a statement, saying the Love Child actress would not be attending TV’s night of nights.
“It is with much disappointment that we advise Jessica Marais is unable to attend the TV Week Logie Awards due to her health,” the statement read.
“Jess is naturally disappointed, is grateful to TV Week and all the viewers who have nominated her for the Awards this year and wishes all the nominees and her friends a great celebration on Sunday night.”
Marais’ Love Child co-star, Miranda Tapsell, accepted her silver Logie for Most Popular Actress on her behalf.
In 2014, The Wrong Girl actress spoke to the Australian Women’s Weekly about her struggle with bipolar disorder.
The mum-of-one said she was diagnosed with the condition when she was just 12 years old.