Selena Gomez Seeking Mental Health Treatment After Emotional Breakdown

Desiree Burns
October 12, 2018

Selena Gomez is in treatment for mental health issues, but the 26-year-old singer has been down this road before. On Oct. 11, a day after news of Selena's reported "emotional breakdown" broke, Justin was photographed in the passenger seat of a auto being driven by his wife, Hailey Baldwin, 21.

Selena was then taken to an East Coast psychiatric facility, where she is now receiving dialectical behavior therapy.

According to the site, Selena was released days later but had to be re-admitted "late last week" because her blood cell count was still low which "threw her into a downward emotional spiral".

She took yet another self-enforced break from social media at the end of September, saying she wanted to step back and feel grateful "for the moment she'd been given".

Reports say that Gomez "freaked out" after learning about her condition and attempted to rip an IV tube from her arm.

"She has had a tough few weeks and the panic attack in the hospital was the tipping point", a source told People magazine.

Selena Gomez Has 'Emotional Breakdown' and Now Receiving Mental Health Treatment

"She realised she needed to seek additional help for her ongoing emotional issues".

Selena Gomez is "recovering" after seeking treatment following an emotional breakdown.

We're sending Selena lots of love and hope she is doing well.

Though she came back from rehab feeling better than ever, the former Disney star checked back into another rehab facility in Tennessee two years later in August 2016 for anxiety and depression. She said on September 23 she was leaving social media.

Soon after this news broke, Selena's fans started sending out wishes for her speedy recovery. Gomez has received DBT in the past.

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