John Travolta's daily Jett therapy
'Pulp Fiction' star John Travolta is in therapy with his family to help them work through the tragedy of son Jett's death in January
John Travolta is having daily therapy sessions to cope with his son's death.
The 'Pulp Fiction' star - whose eldest child Jett, 16, died after suffering a seizure during a holiday to the Bahamas in January - is taking religious counselling with his family to help them work through the tragedy.
John - who along with wife Kelly Preston is a follower of sci-fi cult Scientology - said: "We've been working very hard every day as a family to heal.
"We have our own way of doing it, and it has been helping."
Kelly added: "The outpouring of love from, really, worldwide has been extraordinary. It's been our friends, our family, our church.
"We partake in spiritual counselling pretty much daily."
John, 55, and 47-year-old Kelly - who also have nine-year-old daughter Ella - have avoided the spotlight since Jett's death but admit they have relied heavily on the support of friends.
Kelly added: "It's a tricky thing. Sometimes, something that's right for the moment is not right the next day.
"Being with people who are important to you, being with people that you love, I think that's what has primarily helped us the most. Sometimes, being alone, too."