Selena Gomez receiving mental health treatment

Selena Gomez receiving mental health treatment

Selena Gomez receiving mental health treatment

Just a few weeks later Gomez would go on to be hospitalized after she became "despondent and emotional" over a low white blood cell count, leading a family member to transport her to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

She was reportedly taken to the hospital and discharged a few days later, but she had to be re-admitted last week because of her low white blood cell count.

According to TMZ, Gomez is now receiving dialectical behaviour therapy as part of her treatment, which she has received in the past.

Selena Gomez is reportedly seeking treatment after suffering an alleged mental breakdown.

Disney star Selena Gomez appears to be going through a rough patch in her life.

"Kidness and encouragement only for a bit!"

Last month, Gomez announced she was taking a break from social media because of "negative comments". "We also need to feel allowed to fall apart", she told Vogue magazine past year.

"I was diagnosed with lupus, and I've been through chemotherapy", Gomez said.

She was reportedly thrown into a "downward emotional spiral" afterward, and on the second occasion, she was told by doctors that she would not be allowed to leave the hospital.

She said, "I want to suggest a song for you to listen to...if you like it, no worries if you don't".

Wait, back up - Selena Gomez had a meltdown?!

"It's been a combination of things affecting her emotional health".

"I think it's safe to say that all of you know my life whether I like it or not".

Gomez famously underwent a kidney transplant for her lupus in 2017, sharing how her best friend and donor Francia Raisa and her went through the experience together, posting the below explanation to her Instagram.

Since then, she has even opened up about her faith and how she relies on God to help get her through. In an Instagram Live, she said, "Everything is good". - A cognitive behavioral therapy that attempts to change negative thinking patterns. "Obvi", she posted online, September 23, revealing she was stepping away from her accounts.

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