For Kate Walsh, Private Practice Just About Perfect

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It's Sexual Harassment Day over at Private Practice, and the show's cast and crew are clearly less than thrilled about having to attend a studio-required lecture on the perils of inappropriate compliments in the workplace.

Kate Walsh, who endured the same seminars during her three years playing Dr. Addison Montgomery on Grey's Anatomy, is overjoyed that the job of doing press for her new show has provided her an excuse to slip away.

Opening the door to her modest air-conditioned trailer, Kate Walsh reaches into her refrigerator for some bottled water. Within just a half-hour she has downed two bottles. Keeping herself hydrated, along with getting acupuncture on a weekly basis, has helped the 39-year-old remain focused.

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But Kate Walsh concedes she's not yet totally secure at her new TV home, which strikes her as a bit odd, considering the circumstances.

"I told my husband, 'I haven't really found my groove yet, and I've been playing Addison for almost three years!"

Walsh's husband (of just two weeks) is film exec Alex Young, who reminded her that Private Practice is new: "A whole new cast, scripts, location and crew."

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