Trichotillomania and Skin-picking Therapists

Put a Stop to Compulsive Hair-pulling and Skin-picking

Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs) are a category of behaviors including compulsive hair pulling (trichotillomania) and skin picking (dermatillomania).

BFRBs are repetitive self-grooming behaviors in which pulling, picking, biting, scratching, or scraping of the hair, nails, or skin result in damage to the body or noticeable hair loss. Although many people who pull their hair or pick their skin desperately want to stop, some may find it difficult or impossible to stop without help.

Hair pulling and skin picking can have a significant impact on your life. Many struggle with shame, fear of being misunderstood, feelings of isolation, and strained social relationships, among other problems.

The good news is that therapy with a qualified specialist
can help you eliminate these behaviors

At Anxiety Solutions, we are among the few therapists who specialize in treating BFRBs in adults, children, and teens. We practice a unique type of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), which research has shown to be effective in treating BFRBs and alleviating the emotional and social impact associated with this problem.

The Trichotillomania Learning Center (TLC), the nation’s leading organization devoted to ending the suffering caused by hair pulling and skin picking, recommends Habit Reversal Training (HRT) and the Comprehensive Behavioral Model (ComB), which are types of CBT specifically designed to treat BFRBs. Our therapists specialize in utilizing these treatments to help people with BFRB’s.

Our specialized therapy for BFRBs can help you:

  • Eliminate hair-pulling and skin-picking
  • Be more aware of triggering situations
  • Manage stress and difficult emotions more effectively
  • Enjoy a more normal, peaceful life again

So if you’re ready to put an end to hair pulling or skin picking, here are your next steps:

  1. Sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page and get our free audio recording: “What To Do When You Feel Anxious” and our free How-To Guide: “10 Things You Can Do To Help Your Anxious Child”.
  2. Contact us for a free phone consultation, where we’ll answer all your questions and help you decide whether we are the right fit for you or your child.
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