Selena Gomez Is Officially Out of Her Mental Health Treatment Program After "Emotional Breakdown"

She entered a facility in October following back-to-back hospitalizations.

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After enduring an "emotional breakdown" in October, Selena Gomez has left the mental health treatment center she entered and is currently enjoying a ski vacation with friends.

Her friends Connar Franklin and Bailee Madison both posted pictures of her yesterday on the trip, and a source told People, “She’s feeling much better and looking forward to getting back to normalcy. She’s spending time with friends and family.”

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The singer entered the facility after back-t0-back hospitalizations due to complications from her kidney transplant. During her second hospital visit, she reportedly suffered a panic attack. She was "despondent and emotional over an alarmingly low white blood cell count in the wake of her kidney transplant," a source told TMZ.

Her emotional state was bad enough that she checked herself into a mental health program.

“She has had a tough few weeks and the panic attack in the hospital was the tipping point,” a source told People at the time.

She reportedly underwent DBT (dialectical behavior therapy), which is a treatment used for various mental health conditions, at a psychiatric facility on the East Coast. There had been no pictures of her since she entered the facility in October.


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