No matter which version of the Huntress character you're a fan of, getting to the root of her problems are about as deep and dark corner of her mind to go to as those of the man who "created" her.
From Wonder Woman #307: 3 pages.
From Wonder Woman #320: 2 pages.
Helena Wayne: fear of self with the added bonus of mummy and daddy issues. She can't even seek therapy help without the risk of being shot at.
From Batman Hush #317: 3 pages.
Helena Bertinelli: fear of self with the added bonus of a mafia background to keep her isolated from everyone else, especially from Batman.
Between the two, I can't decide who has worse issues, but I did find it interesting that both ladies fought Catwoman while under the influence. I guess the moral of the story is Selina will never be a positive influence in the life of the Huntress.
This does make me wonder though, how much worse Damian's issues would be if he ever got gassed by Scarecrow, being a Bat child himself and all.
Actually, I wonder if that's even been done yet; it'd make for an interesting post for sure...