Dr. Kristyn Gregory

Dr. Kristyn Gregory, D.O., is a medical director of behavioral health at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Dr. Gregory received her medical degree from the Chicago School of Osteopathic Medicine. She then completed residency training in Adult Psychiatry at Henry Ford, and a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Wayne State University. She is board-certified in Adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She has practiced in a variety of settings in the metro Detroit area including inpatient, residential, outpatient, school-based and juvenile justice programs.
Health and Wellness

Precocious Puberty in Children and How it Impacts the Mental Health of Young Girls 

Early puberty, also called precocious puberty, refers to the premature onset of puberty in children. The stages of puberty include body and hormone changes that allow the body to reproduce. Early onset puberty can have negative effects on the mental health of children.  

Health and Wellness

Ways to Combat Winter Restlessness

Did you know emotions associated with the “winter blues” can affect 10% to 20% of people this time of year? These tips can help you combat those emotions.


Six Ways to Improve Social Wellness  

These six areas of social wellness can unlock a better, more well-rounded health profile.

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Mental Health Benefits of Spring Cleaning 

Removing clutter can have a positive impact on a person’s mood and mental health. Learn more about the mental benefits of spring cleaning.

The super disinfecting son and dad duo

Disordered Eating vs. Feeding and Eating Disorders: Signs to Watch For 

Learning the different types of eating disorders, as well as the signs of an eating problem, can help as a first step. Here’s what you need to know.

Caucasian woman has a problem with bulimic and sitting at the couch at home

How to Break the Cycle of Chronic Stress 

Preventing and managing long-term stress can lower the risk for serious health conditions.

She's got a serious case of the Monday blues
Home and Family

Tips for Discussing Mental Health with Children and Teens

While starting a conversation about mental health with children and teens might seem daunting, it doesn’t have to be.

Son talking to his mom

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