Paris Jackson is a different person now.
Two years ago, the late Michael Jackson’s daughter attempted suicide. Following the scary incident, she was sent to a boarding school in Utah while she reportedly sought treatment for depression.
Today, she's doing better than ever.
A source tells 'In Touch' the 16-year-old is back with her family in Calabasas, Calif. — and home "for good," noting that she's "thrilled" to be reunited with her brothers.
“She’s happy again and has matured a lot,” the insider adds.
Paris with brothers Prince, 18, and Blanket, 13, in 2012. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
For now, the teen is focusing on her future — even though she's had a change of heart when it comes to her ambitions.
"Paris isn't interested in acting anymore," the source explains. "She wants to go into the medical field to help people, maybe as a doctor."
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Whatever the future holds, her family is grateful for how far she's already come.
"The family is thrilled that she's doing so much better," the source adds.
For more on Paris, pick up a copy of ‘In Touch Weekly,’ on newsstands now!