Dorit Kemsley has gone to therapy and is trying to 'heal' as she attempts to recover from traumatic home invasion at her Encino mansion

Dorit Kemsley admitted she was taking it day-by-day just months after enduring a traumatic home invasion at her Encino mansion in October.

The 45-year-old reality star admitted she's doing everything she can to 'heal' from the terrifying ordeal where she woke up to find the robbers standing by her bed, who then proceeded to ransack her home in a horrible 20-minute ordeal. 

Dorit told the Access Hollywood's Housewives Nightcap that she's now simply 'looking for joy' after enduring the trauma, but that Real Housewives of Beverly Hills viewers will be able to watch how she regains control of her life as filming on season 12 began only days after the break-in.

Staying strong: Dorit Kemsley admitted she was taking it day-by-day just months after enduring a traumatic home invasion at her Encino mansion in October

Staying strong: Dorit Kemsley admitted she was taking it day-by-day just months after enduring a traumatic home invasion at her Encino mansion in October

When asked how she was feeling months after the scary event, Kemsley answered: 'I'm doing OK; One foot in front of the other. I'm doing what I need to do to just heal and come out the other side.'

DailyMail.com exclusively revealed that three men broke into Kemsley's $6.4 million Encino Hills home just before 11 p.m. in October while she and her children slept. 

During the invasion, the intruders entered the home around by smashing through the children's classroom door. Two of the suspects walked into Kemsley's bedroom while she was sleeping and she woke up to them standing at the end of her bed.

Tough: The 45-year-old reality star admitted she's doing everything she can to 'heal' from the terrifying ordeal where she woke up to find the robbers standing by her bed, who then proceeded to ransack her home in a horrible 20-minute ordeal

Tough: The 45-year-old reality star admitted she's doing everything she can to 'heal' from the terrifying ordeal where she woke up to find the robbers standing by her bed, who then proceeded to ransack her home in a horrible 20-minute ordeal

Scary stuff: DailyMail.com exclusively revealed that three men broke into Kemsley's $6.4 million Encino Hills home just before 11 p.m. in October while she and her children slept; seen in November

Scary stuff: DailyMail.com exclusively revealed that three men broke into Kemsley's $6.4 million Encino Hills home just before 11 p.m. in October while she and her children slept; seen in November

They grabbed her as as she begged: 'Don't hurt my babies. Don't kill me. I'm a mother.' To which one of the men responded: 'Kill her.' 

When it comes to taping RHOBH, Dorit noted the home invasion will be part of the upcoming season.

'We had just started filming when it happened and because of the outcome and my kids not knowing hat happened, it was very important to me that normal life resumed,' she said. 

Dorit's husband, PK, was in England at the time of the invasion; seen in 2019

Dorit's husband, PK, was in England at the time of the invasion; seen in 2019

'It was also important that, you know, the robbers they can take all the material things, but you know, you don't want to feel like they take your livelihood.'

She added: 'I was very open and very honest. 'I've done therapy. I've done what I need to do to kind of progress and you'll see all of that in the new season.'  

Her two children, Phoenix, five, and Jagger, seven, slept through the robbery, something Dorit is profoundly grateful for.

Dorit said it was 'a blessing and to be able to see the kids now where theyre enjoying playing and interacting.'

'This is what life's about,' she said. 'I'm just so grateful that we're all here and I can see that. I don't take it for granted, that's for sure.' 

Pushing through: Dorit Kemsley's husband PK gave fans an update on how his wife and kids are doing after they were victims of a terrifying home invasion in October

Pushing through: Dorit Kemsley's husband PK gave fans an update on how his wife and kids are doing after they were victims of a terrifying home invasion in October

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Dorit Kemsley has had therapy and is trying to 'heal' from traumatic home invasion at Encino mansion

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