LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Lindsay Lohan on Thursday added financial woes to four years of legal problems when she was slapped with a $1 million assault lawsuit and a court heard she was having problems paying for private counselling. Thursday's hearing came the same day that a former employee of a California rehab centre filed a $1 million lawsuit against Lohan. Dawn Bradley claimed in the civil lawsuit that Lohan yelled at her, threw a phone, grabbed her wrist and twisted it when asked to submit to a breathalyzer test in December at the Betty Ford Center near Palm Springs. Bradley claimed she suffered "significant injury" to her wrist as well as "post-traumatic stress syndrome requiring several therapy sessions." Bradley is seeking damages of $1 million as well as medical expenses. Prosecutors in Riverside County decided earlier this year not to file criminal charges against Lohan over Bradley's allegations, citing insufficient evidence. Lohan, 25, whose Hollywood career has been derailed since 2007 by drug and alcohol problems and repeated trips to jail, was ordered to undergo psychological counselling earlier this year as part of her sentence for stealing a gold necklace in January. But her lawyer told a court hearing on Thursday that the "Mean Girls" actress had not yet enrolled in therapy because finding low-cost, individual treatment was proving a challenge. "I find it hard to believe that she can't afford counselling," responded Melanie Chavira, the prosecutor at the Los Angeles City Attorney's office who is overseeing Lohan's case. Judge Stephanie Sautner replied that she did not wish to speculate on Lohan's finances, but added: "She needs to get into counselling. I am going to give her 21 days (to enroll). I don't know whether she is working or what she is doing to get an income...If she doesn't have the means, maybe she knows someone who can help out."