A lot goes on behind the scenes in The Voice that viewers at home probably don't know about. For example, did you know that eliminated contestants are reportedly required to see a psychologist before they can go home?\n\n\n\nRead on to find out more about this tradition, including comments from past Voice contestants who have been in that very situation.\n\n\n\n\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=sl3u11MBWGY\n Blake Shelton's Major MELTDOWN + GF Gwen BLOCKS Him On National TV! \n\n\n\n'The Voice' Contestants See Psychologist\n\n\n\nAccording to Screen Rant, The Voice has psychologists on set to meet with contestants who have been eliminated from the show. Season 1 contestant Frenchie Davis told Cosmopolitan that the competition can be "emotionally frustrating."\n\n\n\n"The minute you are eliminated, you walk from that stage and into the psychiatrist\u2019s office for a debriefing. They make sure that you talk about it," Kat Perkins told Cosmo. "It\u2019s very needed because you\u2019ll never go through anything like it again. It\u2019s traumatic and you\u2019re not really emotionally set up to do something that big that quickly."\n\n\n\nWhen these professionals decide that the contestant is okay, they reportedly send them home immediately. Kat said this felt \u201cabrupt,\u201d and contestants reportedly aren't even given a chance to say goodbye to friends or coaches.\n\n\n\nSeason 6 "The Voice" contestant Kat Perkins.\n\n\n\nContestants Have Checkups Throughout The Show\n\n\n\nThese psychologists are apparently on hand for more than just eliminations. Kat Perkins told Cosmo that the Top 12 in her season were required to have regular checkups with a psychologist "to check on our well-being." \n\n\n\nNot only that, but Frenchie shared that she had to take personality tests before she was even approved to be on the show. "They know exactly what they\u2019re doing. Every second," she said.\n\n\n\nIt can be easy to assume that contestants just show up for their audition and go through the rounds of competition with no issue, but things are obviously a lot more complicated. Despite the glitz and glamour, it's clearly hard work to compete on these kind of shows.\n\n\n\nDo you want to read more about the top 25 contestants on American Idol EVER?\n\n\n\nAfter winning American Idol, Kelly Clarkson had a psychological breakdown \n\n\n\nThe finale in which Kelly won was one of the highest rated episodes in TV history and she is the OG America's sweetheart but when she won, Kelly felt utterly alone. Since she was the first winner of a show that launched this genre, people didn\u2019t know how to treat her.\u00a0She said,\n\n\n\n\u201cI KNOW EVERYBODY IS DOWN WITH TALENT SHOWS ON TV NOW, BUT THEY WEREN\u2019T IN THE BEGINNING SO IT WAS VERY HARD. I THINK THAT\u2019S WHY I\u2019M SO OVERLY LIKE, \u2018ARE YOU GOOD? ARE YOU HAPPY?\u2019 I JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE. I WISH SOMEONE HAD DONE THAT FOR ME.\u00a0IT\u2019S NOT LIKE POOR ME\u2014IT WORKED OUT! I JUST MEAN AT THE END OF THE DAY, WE FORGET THAT WE\u2019RE ALL HUMAN. WE\u2019RE NOT ROBOTS. WE\u2019RE TIRED AND WE\u2019RE EXCITED AND ALL THOSE THINGS SHOULD COUNT AND BE VALIDATED AND I JUST WANT TO BE THAT FOR THEM. I JUST WANT TO BE A BIG SISTER.\u201d\n\n\n\nYou can read the entire article about Kelly Clarkson after winning American Idol here!