Outpatient care ordered for Lindsay Lohan

Will undergo psychotherapy, addiction counseling until Nov.

A judge has ordered Lindsay Lohan to undergo a rigorous outpatient rehab program that will require frequent counseling.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elden S. Fox ordered the "Mean Girls" star to undergo psychotherapy and addiction counseling sessions several times a week until November.

Lohan will also be required to undergo frequent drug testing under Fox's modification of Lohan's sentence. He said he ordered the actress' release at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

Fox's order will also require Lohan to live in Los Angeles.

The judge on Wednesday did give Lohan some incentives and rewards. He dismissed two drug counts that the actress had pleaded guilty to in 2007. He also said she will remain on supervised probation only until November unless she makes a mistake.