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Trichotillomania Psychotherapy Methods

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The Emotional Effects of Trichotillomania

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Is Hair Pulling a Disease?

[...] a hair pulling disease is erroneous in part because it undermines its severe nature. A person suffering from trichotillomania can be negatively impacted in a host of ways, including: Suffering [...]

Trichotillomania and Pubic Hair Pulling

[...] pubic region? While this may be easier to hide, it is also the most under reported symptom of compulsive hair pulling due to the extremely private and shameful nature of the behaviour. While [...]

CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) for Trichotillomania

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Celebrities Who Pull

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Trichotillomania and the Autism Spectrum

[...] in individuals on the Autistic Spectrum. This begs the question – is there a link between compulsive hair pulling and autism? Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and autism are both general terms for a [...]

Is Trichotillomania Genetic?

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Trichotillomania Onset and Symptoms

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Tackling Trichotillomania Head on

[...] to pull them, until she felt that she could no longer stop. Trichotillomania is an impulse control disorder, which is similar to anorexia and bulimia. Researchers don’t know exactly what [...]

Trichotillomania and Comorbidity

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[...] any condition we first need to understand the cause. With increasing awareness of body-focussed repetitive behaviours (BFRBs) such as trichotillomania, research in the field has also increased. One of [...]

Habit Reversal Training for Trichotillomania

[...] homework that will be discussed in proceeding sessions. Is HRT Effective? Because body-focussed repetitive behaviours like trichotillomania has only recently enjoyed recognition and awareness form the [...]

Trichotillomania and New Year's Resolutions

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Trichotillomania - A Body-Focussed Repetitive Behavior

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Trichotillomania Help

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I Have Trichotillomania, But Nobody Knows…

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[...] the neurotransmitter glutamate. So far, the results for the use of N-acetylcysteine for treating trichotillomania are very positive. Anecdotal reports, in particular, state that it is very effective. [...]

Online Counseling for People Who Suffer From Trichotillomania

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Trichotillomania Psychotherapy Methods

[...] (HRT) is an offshoot of CBT. Developed in the 1970s, HRT uses a three-pronged approach to treating trichotillomania. The three prongs in the approach are as follows: Awareness training – This [...]

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[...] How is hair pulling classified? When trichotillomania was first included in the American Psychiatric Association’s [...]

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[...] Trichotillomania, or hair pulling disorder, involves the obsessive compulsion to pull out ones hair. The focus area of hair [...]

When Facial Hair, Eyelash and Eyebrow Pulling becomes a problem

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