Christie Brinkley should get custody of her two youngest children — but she and her narcissistic husband both need therapy, a court-appointed psychiatrist said Tuesday at their divorce trial.

Dr. Stephen Herman, questioned by the children's attorney, Theresa Mari, said the former Sports Illustrated model needs therapy as "an outlet for her anger and feeling of betrayal" by her unfaithful husband.

He said Brinkley, who's been married four times, also "needs to start working on deeper issues" — including "her choice of male figures."

"I'm not sure I'm a huge fan of psychotherapy. I believe there are other ways to deal with this," Brinkley testified later.