Amanda Bynes To Be Released When?

Amanda Bynes has been in a Malibu rehab facility since September, getting treatment and psychological counseling, and it appears she’s finally much better. Doctors revealed plans to release Amanda to her mom next month, who will then take her to the family house and provide supervision. Looks like she’ll be home for Christmas! “Aside from the fact that the meds and therapy appear to be working, doctors are concerned that Amanda is going stir crazy,” TMZ reports. “She’s not allowed to go outside because paparazzi are hanging out at the facility and the staff is worried if Amanda is around other patients and pictures are taken, it will compromise the others.”

Amanda Bynes’ Doctors Want Her To Stay Hospitalized Long Term

Amanda Bynes is still currently under a psychiatric stay at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, and doctors are gearing up to submit a recommendation to the judge that she needs long-term hospitalization. The troubled actress is currently under a temporary conservatorship of her mother, and a hearing on September 30th will determine if it will be made permanent. “There has been some improvement,” a source said on her condition. “However, her diagnosis is complex, and the appropriate drug cocktail to treat her hasn’t been achieved yet.” “Therefore, her treatment team believes Amanda would benefit from prolonged treatment at UCLA, for at least the rest of the year. She has her good days and bad days, and the goal is obviously to get her therapeutic and stable before being released. Lynn needs to be granted permanent conservatorship because Amanda wouldn’t agree to continue with treatment.”

Amanda Bynes Is Showing Major Signs Of Improvement

Amanda Bynes recently got her stay at the psych ward extended for an additional 30 days because she’s not at all ready to go into the real world, but the good news is: she’s showing some major signs of improvement. And they’re in the form of tears! Doctors have been treating her for what they believe is schizophrenia, and their Rx cocktail seems to be working well. They say Amanda has been showing emotion in the last few days, something many schizophrenics don’t show at all. She was crying on Wednesday and Thursday night, saying she was scared about the Friday court date, and patients who cry are viewed as improving. Let’s hope she continues to do well!

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